Lotus of Siam CLOSED; Rosemary's FULL--What to eat in VEGAS????
My friend dropped into town today unannounced and I really want to take him to eat some great food.
My first choice was Rosemary's--but they're completely booked for tomorrow night (go figure, it's Saturday night!)
Second choice would have been Lotus of Siam but they're closed until the 23rd for remodeling.
I was starting to consider Marche Bacchus because of the view, but it's winter and we wouldn't sit outside anyway and the menu doesn't seem all that appealing...
I liked Origin India the one time that I went (their Veal was AAAMMMAAAZZIIINNGGG), but overall it doesn't compare to Rosemary's....
I just went to the new Chef's Palate in Henderson last night, it was a good effort, but didn't blow me away...
I've read some mixed reviews of Todd's unique, and their website annoyed the liquid out of me, and it really seems like it's trying too hard to be cool but not really perfecting anything.
I was curious about Mix at THE Hotel, but it seems a bit too expensive and Aureole seems a better value if we were to stay on the strip, and my husband already loves Aureole so we wouldn't go wrong there, the only thing is probably the price.
Can you suggest some place that has amazing food and not too expensive? (less than $100/person after wine/tax/tips)?
oh funny, the link you provided looks a lot more interesting than the Pre-Theater menu through Mandalay Bay's website, which made me think that if I were to go to Aureole, I'd only get the more expensive menu and not the $50 one. But this gives me hope. We'll probably do Aureole or Raku. I'm not a huge fan of Japanese food, but Raku has such great reviews.
i really wouldn't judge todd's by its website. I prefer it over rosemary's, and think that they do a terrific job with seafood; I also had a fabulous rib eye there recently. The only thing I haven't liked is the meatloaf. It's a substantially better value than Aureole from my point of view (although aureole is beautiful).
Vintner Grill is also a great recommendation.
You can eat outside at Marche Bacchus year round, I believe; I think that they have heaters, and tents, in the winter.