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Stopped in for an early lunch. It wasn't very crowded so I was expecting a little faster service...it wasn't terribly slow just not what I expected. I had the shrimp tacos. First, I was a little surprised that it was "build your own taco", but whatever. The shrimp were cooked fine, but they were over seasoned and so instead of flavor I just tasted sodium. The cabbage slaw topping was really tasty and the condiments were fresh and tasty. The bread basket was very good, especially the jalape??o bread. The price was a little steep for essentially 6 shrimp, some cabbage and bread (I just had water for drink) ...30 after tip. This was my first time frequenting a Bobby Flay establishment, and I wasn't disappointed. The service was impeccable, it got the point where it was borderline creepy how on-point the entire waiting staff was. All I can say is, the nice guy charged with watching my water glass better get a raise ASAP because he redefined the term "attentive." Due to several factors (okay fine, one factor: Vegas taking more money than expected), I ended up dismissing the many delectable looking meat entrees and ordered the Ancho Chile-Honey Glazed Salmon. And holy mother of food, was it sublime. On a more minor note, the bread is also a gamechanger. It might not be the gaudiest or most hyped restaurant on The Strip (or Caesers for that matter), but Mesa Grill is a top-notch option for anyone looking for a quality fine dining experience. Gorgeous place of course. Very modern, bright and open, it's Caesar's Palace and they really wanted Bobby Flay; as tasteful and modern as Southwestern can git. We went for lunch late on a Wed afternoon during a conference break and it was surprisingly slow there at 1:45. Breadbasket is delicious of course with those Jalapeno corn muffins, beautiful works of art at half yellow and blue corn swirl. We started by splitting the Blue Corn pancake BBQ Duck which was smoky with low heat and just yummy. For our entrees we had a Lamb chopped salad and a Chili Releno that looked even better than it tasted, and it tasted fantastic. They manage to get a very light batter on the chili and then somehow seal it with the cheese inside so that it 'blows up", really impressive. The lamb was a perfect medium rare and the salad good sized for what are generally small portions here. Presentation all Bobby Flay. Service from Michael was attentive, even relaxed considering there wasn't a dozen people in the restaurant, so come late our usual plan. They are definitely pushing drinks like most Vegas restaurants and you can see the disappointment in their faces when we order our usual lunch time iced tea and a water with lemon, no ice. Highly recommended and not crazy pricey, but still a $75 lunch with one appetizer and two entrees and one ice tea. Do it. Chef Bobby Flay's place in Vegas not bad service was outstanding food was good not awesome but then again it is not Bobby Flay cooking it is a Chef he has hired keep your expectations at that level and you will be pleased. The rating was for
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don't get here. Made a reservation for brunch on a girl's trip to Vegas and was very excited to see what Mr. Flay had to offer. Grabbed a drink at the bar while we waited for the rest of our party. Bloody Mary was good but simple and average, I think my expectations may have been a little high on that one. I also had the house margarita which was below average at best - it was so forward on triple sec I couldn't even finish it. We sit down, waiter comes, he was very nice throughout. We order and I tell him I would like the Chilaquiles but not with scrambled eggs. He tells me that I can't change the eggs in that dish or any other dish on the menu in fact. Since poached eggs are pretty much the kings of brunch, I was a bit surprised by this. He went on to explain that the dishes are prepared and put together specifically and changing the eggs would change the dish so they don't do it. Show of hands - who actually prefers scrambled eggs? People who are scared of runny yolks, sure, but people who actually enjoy eating eggs - I would venture a guess never order them scrambled. So I order the steak and eggs because it is the only way I can get none scrambled eggs. My friends order as well, a bread basket is brought and it is as delicious as everyone said. Then the waiting begins. We waited at least 25 minutes for our food. We waited so long that one in our party had to leave early to go to the airport. They gave us a small percentage off for the waiting. All in all the food was just average. My eggs were luke warm by the time we got our food and although the steak was good overall it wasn't anything special. Nothing that anyone got was really stood out. Maybe the limited, inflexible brunch menu hindered our experience but overall between that and the long wait for a restaurant that wasn't even full my experience at Mesa Grill fell far short of my high expectations. This review is for their Spring Las Vegas Restaurant Week 2014 Menu. There's a lot of hype surrounding Mesa Grill, and it lives up to it. Mesa Grill has a reputation for its food having rich, Southwestern flavors, and its impeccable service. Appetizers - Sophie's Chopped Salad: Not the best introduction to my dining experience, only because the salad had chickpeas and olives -- not a fan of these -- that weren't mentioned on the menu. A coworker had me try her Blue Corned Pancake with Barbecued Duck, now that was good! If I hadn't known it was duck, I would've thought the meat was pork. Main Course - Smoked Shrimp Tacos: Our waiter praised these tacos and strongly encouraged me to order them, which I'm glad I did. Along with the tacos there were three condiments: guacamole, tomatillo salsa, and a mango habanero salsa that wasn't burn-your-tongue-off spicy. The shrimps tasted fresh and were well-seasoned that the sauces were unnecessary and just made eating a little messier --- the mango
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habanero salsa will make your white napkin turn orange before you're done with your meal. Dessert - Chef's Choice Chocolate Pudding: A chocolate pudding topped with chocolate mousse, topped with chocolate toffee -- yep, that's a lot of chocolate! The pudding reminded me of the Jello pudding cups that you can buy at the grocery store. Adding more chocolate toffee pieces or even some fresh berries would've saved the dessert from being just average. I'm a big fan of Bobby Flay's shows (Iron Chef & Beat Bobby Flay) so I decided to splurge and take my family here for Thanksgiving dinner while visiting Vegas. Big mistake. The food is way overpriced for what you get. You're basically paying for the name instead of quality food. Basic cocktails are $12+. Desserts are $11 and not big enough to share (no I'm not a pig either). I ordered the pork tenderloin which was $36 for 3 tiny pieces (c'mon, it's not sushi!) and a very dry tasteless "tamale". My dad and my wife had the turkey dinner for $38, again very small portions and they later told me it was cold! My 12 year old son had the salmon which he really enjoyed, but for $32 can't you at least include 1 side??!! The best thing I can say about the restaurant is the bread basket! The waiter warned us of the "spicy" bread which was not spicy at all - just a couple bits of jalapeno, but the cheese crust was delicious. The service was ok, but nothing special. It took forever to get our food (we were there for 2 hours), but I can understand that due to the holiday. The icing on the cake was walking out and nobody at the hostess bar said thanks for coming. After dropping $280 for 3 adults and 3 kids, I will definitely not be back! Yeay for putting a twist on Mexican/Southern food. And for not having long lines and instant seating. And having mango-carrot juice on your menu, Bobby Flay. We originally intended to have breakfast at the Buffet at Caesar's Palace. But none of us wanted to wait for 45 mins to be able to eat. And definitely not when we were hungover. Instant seating meant we could order coffee and juices pronto. The coffee was decent. And with multiple refills. The Mango-Carrot juice cured my hangover. And my friend & I loved it so much, we ended up ordering 2 servings each! Our server was very sweet. Answered any question we had. And placed our orders pretty quick. The bread basket was very delicious. An eclectic blend of savory & sweet. The corn bread was yummaaaaaaay. And the chocolate brownie was melt-in-your-mouth yummy. Between the 4 of us, we sampled a few dishes on their brunch menu: Goat cheese "Fundido" - While the dish does contain goat cheese, there's a strong flavor of other cheeses as well. Manchego being prominent. The corn chips that come with are fresh too. Beware, the dish is very rich, just as any other dish at Mesa. Spicy Chicken w/ sweet potato hash - This is an offshoot of your eggs benedict. It's literally eggs benedict on top of a very uniquely made sweet potato hash brown. Very well presented. And equally tasty.
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