Last time in Vegas we tried the Robuchon 16 course extravaganza. It was good, but not mind blowing, and also a bit slow and pretentious. Our other dinner was at Craftsteak, which was solid but coming from Texas, home to many great steakhouses, it was not anything we couldn't have back home. For brunches, we had Society Cafe and Bouchon. The Rillettes aux Deux Saumons at Bouchon was awesome and everything else we had there was very good. Society Cafe did not impress at all. That was last time and we are looking for some help with our next trip which is later this week.
Here is the outline:
Lunch - ?
Dinner - ?
Breakfast - Bouchon
Lunch - ? (something light at the Wynn)
Dinner - 5:30pm at E by Jose Andres
Breakfast - Tableau
Wednesday lunch I am thinking it might be best to eat at our hotel, the Wynn, since we get in at around noon and check in may be dicey as our room may not be ready. I've heard good things about the Country Club and La Cave but neither menu is exciting me.
Wednesday dinner I think I would like something not too fancy or spanish since we are doing E on Thursday. I am leaning towards Raku.
Thursday we are leaning towards Breakfast at Bouchon, something light mid-day, and we hav a reservation at E for Dinner. If it ends up being a late night maybe we will get a late night snack at a lounge.
Friday we are leaving so we are thinking of going for breakfast to Tableau at the Wynn.
I live in Dallas and we have pretty good Steakhouses, BBQ, Mexican, and Asian food so they are not high on my list. I would like to have stuff I can't really enjoy at home.
If you can give me your thoughts on menu items to order at these places or any other restaurants we should consider it would be much appreciated.
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