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Tao - Venetian

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by KBT2012, Mar 6, 2013.

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  1. KBT2012

    KBT2012 High-Roller

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    Anyone ever dine here? How is the sushi compared to other places? I'm thinking about giving it a try next trip out.
     
  2. schwaiguy

    schwaiguy Low-Roller

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    I've spent time in here but not eaten here.

    I'm very familiar with Chinese food, and it appears and smells to be of high quality. I would and probably will go here. I'm just not sure about the price compared to the places I've been on Spring Mountain Road.

    schwaiguy
     
  3. WHITEJACKET73

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    I have dined at Tao at least four times over the past couple of years, and had a great dining experience each time. The servers have all been great. The miso glazed Chilean sea bass is wonderful. I also recommend the lobster wontons, the squab lettuce wraps and the Mandarin sizzled fried rice with roast duck. The giant fortune cookie(filled with white and dark chocolate mousse) is a great dessert item to share with your fellow diners. They have a decent wine list. I am not a big fan of sushi, but my daughter tried several items from their sushi menu and had no complaints. The last time I ate there was in December and the bill came to less than $250 for three people; and that included the $80 bottle of wine that I ordered (a delightful pinot noir). If you are too stuffed for a big dessert after your meal, you can walk just down the hallway from the restaurant and enjoy a gelato at the bakery. Enjoy.
     
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