One of the legendary Steakhouse. Service was good food was good. Presentations were okay. I loved the cocktails.
I’m not sure why this place is a 3.8…I wanted something around 20$ for lunch and not too far since later tonight I will be walking a ton. The 3.8 stars almost scared me away but then I saw the menu had chicken tacos and well…I love me some chicken tacos 😄🐓🌮 They were surprisingly really good! Tortillas tasted fresh, slaw was marinated, chicken seasoned well and spicy! They serve the chips warm which is a nice touch, their arbol salsa is fire — by that I mean fire in the hole! My I was not expecting that heat but it builds, I had to chug a whole water bottle lol. But I do love spicy food and appreciate a salsa that actually makes me cry haha. It’s good low cost food that’s close if you’re staying at the Mirage or near there - check it out!
Zuma Las Vegas is a culinary gem that left me thoroughly impressed from start to finish. Nestled within the heart of the city's dining scene, this restaurant offers an exquisite blend of Japanese izakaya cuisine with a modern twist. From the moment I entered, the ambiance was inviting and stylish, with a sleek and contemporary design. The attentive staff made me feel right at home, offering impeccable service throughout the evening. Now, let's talk about the food. Zuma's menu is a culinary journey through the flavors of Japan, featuring a wide array of dishes that are meant for sharing. The sushi and sashimi were incredibly fresh, a testament to the restaurant's commitment to quality. The robata grill selections were a highlight, with perfectly grilled skewers bursting with flavor.
Located in our hotel, we dined here twice for lunch. First with a party of four ordering two omelettes, nachos and the apple walnut chicken salad. The second time just two of us, the apple walnut chicken salad again and an omelette. Both times we entered without a wait, staff is friendly and available if you need anything. Meals were large and decent, good value. Not gourmet but hits the spot!
Fun place for drinks, food, and some jenga. I could see this place getting crowded if there’s a game / concert. Tried their fried pickles, fried green beans and Mac and cheese bites. Our faves were the green beans and cheese bites.
We try to stop at all the Hersey stores when near-by. We enjoy the chocolate shakes and the cookie sandwich. This location the sandwich, was a bit different. It had more of a whipped cream style center instead of butter creme. The chocolate shake was good. We have been to the following locations. Niagara Falls Canada, NYC and Vegas. Niagara Falls is the best one we been too. So much so that we typically go each day for a treat.
The pizza is not worth 10 $ for one slice it's not fresh it's kinda hard and I personally I think it's nasty
This noticeably long bar (not just a clever name) is the perfect refuge from the hurlyburly of Fremont. There are a lot of seats and only a few bartenders so it can take a moment to be served sometimes, but the peeps back there are pretty quick - some even put on a flair show! Just the right amount of bright, flashy, and noisy so that it can still be kinda chill.
45+ minutes to get bowl of soup and salad, terrible service. Soup looked and tasted like Italian spagetti sauce, told them they forgot the meat balls and spagetti, they didn't like that. Salad was ok, wasn't worth the wait of 45+ minutes... on a weekend they need more servers and more cooks.
The resort and the room were very nice. Personally I liked the fact that the resort was a short drive to the strip. That distance seems to be a big plus in keeping the riff-raff out. There were only a few things I wasn't happy with. 1. The pool closes at 5pm. That's ridiculous. If it's an issue of staffing close off half of the pool. Add a bartender and turn up the music. It would be a great night time spot. Every person I talked to said exactly the same thing. With that said I would not open this up to the public just the folks staying at the resort. 2. If your room is on the first floor of The Palm you don't have a ice machine unless you go to the 3rd floor. Really??? It was a hassle to go for a walk for ice everyday. The fix is easy. Just install an ice machine on the first floor and all you just made the stay that much more enjoyable.
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