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Excalibur Steakhouse

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Darreningreenwood, Apr 7, 2014.

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  1. Darreningreenwood

    Darreningreenwood Low-Roller

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    Has anyone been to the Excalibur's steakhouse lately? Thoughts on the place?

    I'm tempted to redeem a MyVegas reward for $50 off a bill of $100 or more, but I'll be going by myself. I'm sure I can run up a $100 tab (scotch!), and only pay $50...but is it worth it? Or would I walk away thinking the meal I just had wasn't even worth the $50 I paid?
     
  2. M_ILIS

    M_ILIS High-Roller

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    I used a MyVegas reward there in November of last year and was pretty happy with it. Wasn't mind-blowing, of course, but it was solid all around. I didn't regret using the MyVegas loyalty points on it.
     
  3. slimmy28

    slimmy28 Low-Roller

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    I ate there last May as a Solo at the bar. The food was pretty good, and the service seemed sufficient. I don't remember what my bill was, but I am sure you could find a good way to run it up to $100. I'm thinking mine that night was in the $50 range, but not positive. (Steak + side, no alcohol would have been the likely order for me.)
     
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    I've always liked the food there. It's not 'the best' but it certainly is good IMO.
    The service however has always sucked. Been terrible for over a decade and has never gotten better, which means it's some sort of lousy management.

    I still go there now and then, usually when I'm alone so I can sit a the bar...better service :)
     
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    We are going to give it a try next month, as they have a Price Fixed menu for $40 which seems reasonable for what you are getting in the deal.
     
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    Ate there last August with my wife. Had a cocktail each, French onion soup each, bone in rib eye each and shared a stuffed potato, mushrooms and spinach. May also have had a coke each too. From memory I think the bill came to around $130 which may give you some idea of what may come to $100.

    Service was fine and had a nice seat next to the kitchen so we could see the chefs working away. We walked up around 9pm on a Monday night and had no problem getting a table. Was maybe half full with other diners. Would have no problem returning next time we're in Vegas.
     
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