Presto’s food has a healthy focus, and they specialize in a Turkish flatbread called a pide, which we haven’t spotted elsewhere in town. But let’s talk about the cream of mushroom soup and the ahi tuna sliders.
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Probably the first thing I noticed while cruising past Blue Fin during the past few years is that the restaurant’s subtext is “sushi and roll”; few places make the distinction, and you have to love that attention to detail.
Chefs and restaurant owners have been fooling around with some pairings that may seem a little odd at first blush but turn out to be a fine idea, an example being the Hawaiian/Mexican of Braddah’s Island Style.
Tender Steak & Seafood at Luxor fills the slot that’s a given — almost a requirement — at any Las Vegas hotel-casino. And so there are, yes, steaks of every description, somewhere around 19 ranging from slabs weighing in at 24 ounces to comparatively diminutive 8-ounce cuts.
It’s all about the crust at Pizza Rock in downtown Las Vegas — with four ovens at different temperatures allowing the pizzaolas to bake four different styles of pies.
Bertolucci Brazilian Steakhouse is a Brazilian steakhouse, specializing in the rodizio style of cooking, in which various cuts and types of meats are grilled and brought to the table on skewers, to be sliced off and served. Then again, there are a number of things it’s not.
They give you a lot of napkins when you sit down at Fat Choy. They know you’re going to need them. That’s especially true if you try the restaurant’s signature “snacks.”
The combination plate at Plaka Authentic Greek Cuisine — sliced leg of lamb, dolmathes, moussaka, gyro meat, pastitsio, rice and potatoes — would enable me to taste as many of the restaurant’s specialties as possible. And all of them cold.
From a visual standpoint, Nosh & Swig has all the hallmarks of a hipster spot founded on a shoestring budget with more creativity than money — not that there’s anything wrong with that.
We were really looking forward to Echo & Rig. We’d heard good things and liked the concept of a restaurant and butcher shop as siblings. We also knew it was the hottest thing to hit Tivoli Village lately and so made sure to call for a reservation.