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BLT steak

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Starz22, Mar 9, 2017.

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  1. Starz22

    Starz22 Low-Roller

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    How is this different from his steak place in Paris?
    Did you enjoy the food? How are the prices?
    Would you go back again?
    Any info is appreciated.
     
  2. Sparky4

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    I think I'm in the minority, but I'm not a Gordon Ramsey Steak fan. I've been there twice, had 2 different cuts of meat and thought it was good, just not good enough for the price, and I've had better at similar prices in Vegas. I found the restaurant to be very noisy and the 2 top tables were jammed so close together you can't help but overhear the people at the table next to you.

    I've been to BLT Steak twice and enjoyed it both times. I felt the prices were a bit lower than GR. BLT starts you with a small amuse bouchée and wonderful popovers. At the end of the meal they bring out small dessert pops. Our servers both times at BLT were great.
     
  3. deansrobinson

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    We ate there last summer. It's great. No complaints. It's 'priced accordingly' for Vegas and for what you get. Good wine selection and exceptional service (if I want a helicopter, I'll rent one). Great dinner for me and the Mrs. As noted above, the popovers are addictive. Worth a visit, and yeah, if the opportunity arises again, that's where we'd eat.
     
  4. hotreds

    hotreds Illegitimi non carborundum!

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    Kewl- planning on using our $100 voucher there in May!
     
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    $115 travelzoo voucher gets u $210 in food--and the reviews r consistently favorable!
     
  6. jcombs

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    I've hit them the last 3 times in LV...used the travelzoo deal each time. It's not the best steakhouse in LV, but it also isn't the most expensive. The $100 voucher should take a nice chunk out of dinner for 2. I have used the travelzoo deal there, and used my diamond voucher elsewhere the last 2 years. The steak is great, but my favorite thing is the tuna tartar appetizer.
     
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