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Best Dish

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Jennylove59, Sep 2, 2013.

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  1. Jennylove59

    Jennylove59 Well-Known Member

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    What is the best dish that you have ever had in Vegas and what restaurant was it at?
     
  2. queuetee

    queuetee High-Roller

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    Circo---- Mushroon ravioli appetizer
     
  3. smartone

    smartone VIP Whale

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    Toss-up between steak and lobster at Joe's Seafood and Prime Steak @ Caesar's (a few years back) OR the fried-chicken at Culinary Dropout (Hard Rock) w/monkey bread for dessert (just a month ago).
     
  4. Sonya

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    There are so many dishes! I really enjoyed my trip to Japonais for sushi last trip. And the trip before that I had an amazing dinner at The Public House at Venetian. I ordered the Short Rib and it was fantastic. Plus, a beer list so big it comes on an iPad.
     
  5. jrinct1

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    Emerils had this seafood stew-(don't remember the exact name- this is going waaaay back when he first opened) that was OMG WOW!! last time I was there a few years back it wasn't on the menu. But as others have stated there are soooo many. A lot of the places have closed too that I had incredible meals-- Green Shack-Phillips supper house-- Venetian so kinda useless to include them.

    Here is a wildcard--The Rio Seafood buffy in like 95 and 96 well before it was " HARRAHIZED" was a WOW experience.

    As a wildcard Sam Woos in Chinatown had this chicken duck and prok combo that was WOW!!! Not even sure if its still on the menu.

    I was always wow impressed with the midnight specials that were usually VERY good and a great value play plus a good hangover cure)!. Not sure of
    the prices now but those that came to mind were A.C ( both), Orleans G.C.. the former Terribles etc..

    Lastly the steak specials 24/7 specials at Ellis and Mr Lucky's were a wow factor too again for the value play and quality of food.
     
  6. piper72

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    Nine Steakhouse at the palms-the truffle gnocchi and short rib.

    Dupars-blueberry pancakes

    le thai-awesome flat noodle and waterfall beef

    Ramsey Pub-sticky toffee pudding
     
  7. egelston2

    egelston2 Low-Roller

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    Quail with foie gras and mashed potatoes at L'atelier Joel Robuchon.
     
  8. casinoboy

    casinoboy Low-Roller

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    i have a big sweet tooth even though i should loose weight i like to get the 24 layer chocolate cake at strip house whenever i can. it fills me up and i dont eat a regular dinner, just the cake. i liked a lot of regular dinner dishes in vegas but i dont have a favorite yet but im having fun searching. :beer:
     
  9. shawnawm1868

    shawnawm1868 Tourist

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    I don't know if it's the best meal I've had in Vegas, but it's the most memorable. For our first anniversary my husband and I ate at the Top Of The World T the Strat and we had the chateaubriand and it was amazing. Like cut with the edge of your fork tender. And flavorful.
     
  10. VPDana

    VPDana Low-Roller

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    I'm going to bring the level of food down a notch and mention the killer Patty Melt at the old Lady Luck Coffee Shop. I made sure I got one every trip. It was the best ever. One time I mentioned to our server that it was the best patty melt on earth; she smiled, said thanks ~ her husband worked in the kitchen and had made it.
     
  11. ardee

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    Impossible to answer, and the wife will have her own selections. But for me:

    Breakfast - Either the Pulled Pork Eggs Benedict at Terrace Point Cafe or the tomato, mushroom and onion omelet at Society Cafe (both at Wynncore.) Runner-up goes to the Breakfast American at Bouchon (Venetian.)

    Dinner - I could go for the Wagyu steaks at The Country Club (Wynn), or the Saltimbocca at Sinatra (Encore), but the meal I think of most often and the one I keep going back to Vegas for is a large pepperoni pizza from Grimaldi's (Palazzo.)

    See that banner right down there? vv 30 minutes after that time check I'll be eating another one. :D
     
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