With a new sushi spot or ramen room popping up on practically every corner these days, surprises can be rare, but Umami Japanese Fusion Restaurant comes through.
Mimi & Coco Bistro has one of the most attractive settings in Southern Nevada. In Montelago Village at Lake Las Vegas, it’s on the shore, with soul-soothing views of gently lapping water and zippy dragon boats.
The essence of barbecue — why it succeeds or fails — tends to be elusive, as ethereal as the smoke that creates it.
We in Las Vegas don’t need to put together hurricane boxes — and thank heavens for that — but if we did, BM Brown Bread would be a good candidate. It’s hearty, easy to store and, because it’s canned, has a long shelf life.
Merely walking into Zuma doesn’t provide much of a hint at the sort of food served there.
At many of the breakfast-and-lunch spots that have cropped up in Southern Nevada the past few years, Hawaiian flavors are included on the menus.
The influx of Hawaiian immigrants that’s given the valley ninth-island status is perhaps most apparent in the restaurant industry.
Preserving the face of old Las Vegas is laudable when possible, but sometimes a little plastic surgery is best. So it is with the Redwood Steakhouse at the venerable California Hotel downtown.
Losing a chef after just two months might spell disaster for lesser mortals, but Momofuku master David Chang has made a success of failing.
Grand restaurants are perfect for grand occasions, but where would we be without the delis in our lives, to supply a quick lunch or dinner or satisfy a craving years in the making?