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Unread 19 Jan 20, 09:00 PM  
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If you like steak...

We went to Andiamos at the D in September and it was lovely. I though OH would collapse at the price but he said hed happily pay again.

We dont drink wine and always think hitting the hard stuff with a meal is a bit inappropriate so we had coke . $250 for a starter (the Caesar salad was amazing) and main so probably not too bad.

Off strip so much cheaper than equivalent restaurants on strip.
I read that as $250 for a starter 😆
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As I said I wasn't keen but everyone loved there meal and they spoiled us rotten it might have been the kilts and the wedding dress though
Would be the only reason I'd go back to Vegas to be honest
Did you go to the GR steak restaurant or Hells Kitchen?

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Originally Posted by cheekydeeky View Post
If you like steak...

We went to Andiamos at the D in September and it was lovely. I though OH would collapse at the price but he said hed happily pay again.

We dont drink wine and always think hitting the hard stuff with a meal is a bit inappropriate so we had coke . $250 for a starter (the Caesar salad was amazing) and main so probably not too bad.

Off strip so much cheaper than equivalent restaurants on strip.
Thank you, Ill take a look! And I do drink wine so thatll add to the bill

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I would say Twist (for the view as well as the food) or Picasso. Ive never found any of Gordon Ramseys that good for an intimate meal but would be great for a group (as Gryff suggests).

There are a couple of others I think I would recommend based on reviews but not eaten at them - the two above I have.
Thank you, I will check out your suggestions!
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We went to the Alain Ducasse restaurant- Rivera. It was Very nice but not as good as I was expecting, Ive eaten at his restaurant in the Dorchester and that was amazing but Vegas wasnt to that standard. Also went to Hells Kitchen which was really good but very busy and loud.
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Originally Posted by cheekydeeky View Post
If you like steak...

We went to Andiamos at the D in September and it was lovely. I though OH would collapse at the price but he said hed happily pay again.

We dont drink wine and always think hitting the hard stuff with a meal is a bit inappropriate so we had coke . $250 for a starter (the Caesar salad was amazing) and main so probably not too bad.

Off strip so much cheaper than equivalent restaurants on strip.
I have to second this. We went in May a couple of years ago and it was fab. We also had the Caesar Salad which was excellent. The service was second to none. I think that this steakhouse would rival the ones on the strip that are, in my opinion, charging extortionate amounts of money for what they are offering.
We had an amazing meal years ago in the Japanese restaurant in the Wynn. It has changed names but the menu seems similar. It was fantastic and a proper change for us.

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We went to the Alain Ducasse restaurant- Rivera. It was Very nice but not as good as I was expecting, Ive eaten at his restaurant in the Dorchester and that was amazing but Vegas wasnt to that standard. Also went to Hells Kitchen which was really good but very busy and loud.
Thanks - thats my fear (perhaps irrational) that Ill expect the world then be disappointed!

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It was Hells Kitchen
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I have to second this. We went in May a couple of years ago and it was fab. We also had the Caesar Salad which was excellent. The service was second to none. I think that this steakhouse would rival the ones on the strip that are, in my opinion, charging extortionate amounts of money for what they are offering.
We had an amazing meal years ago in the Japanese restaurant in the Wynn. It has changed names but the menu seems similar. It was fantastic and a proper change for us.
Thanks for this. We like Japanese food so that is interesting to hear.
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Havent been for over 10 years but had an amazing meal at Tao at the Venetian. Its a fancy Asian place just inside the canal shopping place.
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Havent been for over 10 years but had an amazing meal at Tao at the Venetian. Its a fancy Asian place just inside the canal shopping place.
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