Best Place in Vegas To Get Sauced

Table 10 by Emeril Lagasse

Palazzo Tower

table10The lobster pot pie at Table 10 is to die for. Once past the flaky pastry topping, tender, meaty chunks of lobster await. Corn, spinach, mushrooms and a truffle sherry cream sauce are a chorus of backup singers to the star of the show. Table 10 uses only the freshest culinary treasures from across the country including sweet corn of the Mississippi Delta, meats like Wagyu beef and Kurobuta pork , produce fresh off the farms in San Juan Bautista, Calif., and fresh catch from the back bayous of Louisiana.  Table 10 offers sumptuous delights like a chilled and grilled scallop dish with shaved hearts of palm, pickled red onion and crispy delicious portobello mushroom fries. An amazing escargot gets a fresh take served with a red wine butter sauce over mushroom toast. The escargot is cooked perfectly, not too rubbery, not too mushy, and you’ll want to sop up the sauce with the fresh baked rolls served with dinner.  For entrées, try dishes like the fish in a bag, fresh grouper steamed in feta with clams, chorizo, potatoes, garbanzo beans and caldo verde, or the pasta jambalaya, Gulf shrimp, chicken, andouille sausage and fresh fettuccini tossed with roasted tomato cream sauce. Baked lobster mac and cheese is another offering on the menu. Chunks of succulent lobster with creamy cheesy baked goodness and a panko crumb topping. It’s billed as a side, but it could easily stand in center stage.  Desserts include decadent white chocolate malassadas with cinnamon sugar and vanilla bean crème anglaise. Positively the best take on mini donuts in Las Vegas. Sweet potato cheesecake, sorbet, and almost flourless bourbon chocolate cake are other options.


Roy’s Las Vegas

rest_roys_photoThere’s no escaping it, guys, when you want to impress your lady, sauce does matter. Lobster Cognac Butter Sauce. Citrus Ponzu Sauce. Sizzling Soy Vinaigrette. It’s Hawaiian fusion cuisine – a blend of fresh Hawaiian fish, intriguing European sauces and bold Asian spices – and you’ll find it just off the Strip at Roy’s Las Vegas. The entire menu from its appetizers and entrees through to a wickedly sinful Melting Hot Chocolate Soufflé  (you guessed it…comes with a raspberry sauce) is an irresistable epicurean seduction. Guys, when you’re planning an evening you want to end by closing the deal, this is where you start it. And ladies, this is the meal you’ve cardio-boxed and starved yourself to indulge in when you come to Vegas.

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