InterestMIX Las Vegas
Most popular Las Vegas restaurants as voted on by our members
yana diner: My favorite Las Vegas restaurant. Both times I've been to Olives, we've made sure we had patio seating for an INCREDIBLE view of the Bellagio fountains throughout dinner (also, those of you who smoke can do so!). The food has also never disappointed. There was a variety of complementary bread including sweet bread, hard toasted bread, and a soft loaf. The spread is none other than olive spread 3 ways; green olives, black olives, and whole olives in the middle. Last time I had the Veal Agnolotti Al Plin with slow braised osso buco, fontina cheese agnolotti, and truffle butter. Delicious! The veal was so tender and complimented the sauce and pasta really well. Expensive but tasty!
Ok Chun: RE Tapas is not one of those memorable places that make you whining to go back for more. The decor reminds me of upscale lounges in San Francisco, open spaces with dim lighting against a sultry background. The prices were decent for a tapas places with wide variety to choice from; drink menu was fairly priced with nothing that stood out. The staff was friendly and attentive though, which I liked. Our server, which also happened to be the host at the time, was fairly knowledgeable on their menu and drinks. He also made several suggestions for starters which were actually good.The tiny Kobe Sliders were excellent along with a salad that I can't remember, I guess if I can't remember the name it wasn't as good as I though huh? The only complaint was the margarita he suggested we try, mango...which tasted like over-ripe mangoes that have been sitting in the hot sun for a few days. Not the most pleasant drink I've tried, do not get. Overall, I would not go back to this place for any reason, once was enough. Unfortunately for the friendly staff of RE Tapas, they closed; in it's place is CR Buns now.
Natalia Klimovich: I don't care much about Las Vegas, but these days it attracts the best culinary talent. Rick Moonen is a God of seafood. He has an enormous passion, talent and understanding of the delicate nature of fish and shellfish and it clearly shows at RM. If you are ever in Vegas, don't pass this place by.
Ok Chun: Tea Planet was surprisingly good. I had lunch here because of a former co-worker; she absolutely loves this place. I had their curry pork chop. The pork chop was moist and juicy; the curry was a little too thick for my taste but good. The tiny side salad that comes with it was your average little veggies that you get from all Pho places. We had take out, so I'm not sure how their service is in the restaurant. But the take out order arrived in a decent amount of time, and the food was still hot when it came. So, no complaints there. The prices of okay; my plate was roughly around 7-9 dollars. They also have different balboa teas, but I didn't have a chance to try any. Would I go back to Tea Planet? Yeah, I probably would.