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Best Tasting Menus in Vegas

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Joe12794, Jun 22, 2020.

  1. Joe12794

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    Hey all,

    Looking for a nice tasting menu/multi course meal to go to priced somewhere around $150/person (not including drinks). One that we're considering is the Domestic Wagyu chefs beef selection menu at Craft Steak. Any input and/or photos would be a great help. Thanks!
     
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    I once had a steak tasting menu at Craftsteak. It was perhaps the best meal of my life. I've been back, never gotten the steak sampler again and it hasn't been as good.
     
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    CUT had a tasting menu for ~$140 a few years back, and that was superb.

    One USDA, one domestic wagyu, and one proper wagyu*

    *don't think they have a certificate as a real wagyu restaurant, though
     
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    I love the Tasting Menu at Giada's. I have had it every time I've visited Giada's.

    No steak, but a nice variety of food and you and your partner get to make your own choices. A lot of people don't like Giada's, either because she's a "spitter" (you'll have to look that one up), or for other reasons, but I've never had a bad meal there in the 4 or 5 times I've been.

    Here's a review of the last time I went:

    Note that it is from 2017 - has it been that long ago?? Guess so, because I only take non-vegan females there . . . .

    https://www.vegasmessageboard.com/forums/index.php?threads/review-of-giadas-at-the-cromwell-8-25-2017.144462/

    Oh, and I forgot to add, you get a (maybe) signed souvenir menu
     
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    I really enjoyed the tasting menu at Ramsay Steak.
     
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    Wow that looks amazing! Though we are going fourth of July weekend and I haven't yet seen any info about the reopening date at Cromwell..
     
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    Costa do Mare At Wynn has a fantastic tasting menu in that price range.
     
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    For something different than a traditional steakhouse tasting menu, I would recommend Nobu at Caesar's Palace. They have a couple of Omakase menus. Omakase is Japanese for "I'll leave it up to you" or "entrust". It's a 2+ hour experience with everything from amazing black cod miso to sushi with gold flake and more. One of the best meals I have had and plan on doing it again. They have different levels of Omakase tasting menus including a vegetarian one! The traditional is right in your price range at $155.
     
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    Can’t go wrong with bazaar meat or craft steak. They were both delicious!
     
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    great post!

    I am bookmarking all the suggestions!

    mouth watering
     
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    Thanks for all the responses! Still havent decided where we're going but I certainly will keep you all updated.
     
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    I LOL’d at this description under The Classics:

    Buttered Potato Purée
    Butter, butter, more butter, some potatoes

    :evillaugh::feedme:
     
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