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Caesars Food

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by danny8235, Aug 24, 2014.

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  1. danny8235

    danny8235 Low-Roller

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    Have a $200 TRW credit where to eat at caesars is Buffet worth the $$$
     
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    wigwam_salesman VIP Whale

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    I wouldn't waste that cash on a buffet. $200 will get you a meal for 2 at Nobu (maybe without tip).

    EDIT: The buffet is one of the best in Vegas, but a dinner for 2 will eat $100 of that and there are better options.

    Serendipity 3 is good as well. I also like Old Homestead.

    All of these are personal opinions by the way.

    http://www.caesarspalace.com/restaurants.html - choose what seems good on there.
     
  3. danny8235

    danny8235 Low-Roller

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    Does it have to be ceasars? Maybe head over to Paris for gordon ramsay steak
     
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    wigwam_salesman VIP Whale

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    Good call.
     
  6. sailboat310

    sailboat310 Low-Roller

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    I may be in the minority, but I find Old Homestead steakhouse pretty good. It's right across Nobu restaurant. Might use up quite a large chunk of your dining credit.

    Nobu is good, but if you like a variety of food for tasting dishes, it would be fine. Except for the ramen, I've found nearly all their dishes if shared by two are about appetizer sized. Be prepared to spend your entire dining credit for two to leave full.
     
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    Is Joe's Stonecrab any good?
     
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    Do you want 1 dinner only? If not, can't you spread it around to 2-3 places to try different things?
     
  9. sailboat310

    sailboat310 Low-Roller

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    Everytime I've been to Joe's seafood, it has been on a room billback setup by host. Not sure if it is as easy walking in and signing for it. Might need to inquire about this one.

    That being said, Joe's is one of the nation's highest grossing restaurants, if that gives any indication. I visit here once a trip. The wife has a great affinity for their stone crab claws. Very sweet and easy to eat. For just steak, i would look elsewhere.
     
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    Old Homestead was fantastic! We just went Sunday night. I got the 8oz filet, husband got the 2lb lobster, 2 sides, 1 beer, and 2 glasses of wine. $171 was the total (before tip) and there is no tax when you pay with points at the restaurant. Service was great and steak was one of the best I've had in Vegas. I only drink premium water and I didn't know it until we got the bill, but both my Pellegrino and Voss bottles of water were complimentary. Very nice touch.

    P.S. We planned for our dinner to be after we saw LOVE at Mirage. Our 9:30 reservation just happened to be one of the 1,000 point times through OpenTable. So, that is the equivalent of $10 in extra OpenTable points. Bonus!
     
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