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Andre’s French Restaurant
The Duke revisits the downtown location that brought high end French dining in Las Vegas 23 years ago.

Gaylord India Restaurant
Continuing the trend of Bay Area culinary transplants, Gaylord becomes the first hotel restaurant to offer Indian cuisine in Las Vegas.

Lutece
Chef David Feau of New York brings modern French cuisine to the banks of the Venetian Resort’s replica canals.


Past Reviews

8-0-8
The Duke delights in the expertly prepared cuisine at this Hawaiin-themed fusion restaurant, named after the area code for the Hawaiian Islands.

AJ's Steakhouse
John admires the real leather door and the tender filets at this newly opened steakhouse in the Hard Rock Hotel.

Andiamo
The Duke visits the Andiamo, the Las Vegas Hilton´s entry into the crowded arena of upscale Italian dining.

Bahama Breeze
In what seems like a vacation to the islands, The Duke dines at this unique Caribbean -themed restaurant in the desert.

Bellagio Buffet
Attorney Hahn Le indulges in high class gluttony at the upscale buffet in the Bellagio.

Cafe Andreotti
This moderately-priced Italian eatery in Harrah's is The Duke's latest foray into recently opened hotel restaurants.

Chinois
The Duke pays a visit to the latest Wolfgang Puck venture in Las Vegas, the Asian fusion themed Chinois located in the Forum Shops at Caesars.

Commander’s Palace
The Duke dine at the newly opened Vegas branch of this legendary New Orleans restaurant, located in the Desert Passage at the Aladdin Resort.

Conrad’s
The Duke dines old school at this classic gourmet Continental restaurant in the Flamingo.

Fellini's
John and his father celebrate at this long-running Northern Italian restaurant in an unlikely neighborhood.

The Flamingo Garden Paradise Buffet
Fresh seafood galore at this old-time favorite in the Flamingo Hilton.

Golden Steer Steak House
John dines like the Rat Pack used to do at the oldest steak house in Las Vegas.

Joyful House
Great Chinese food at this comfortable and unassuming neighborhood restaurant.

Kathy's Southern Cooking
The Duke highly recommends this cozy and inexpensive southern restaurant located in the Green Valley area.

La Cuisine Francais
The Duke visits two French restaurants--one a casual brasserie, the other featuring classical haute cuisine--at the new Paris Hotel-Casino.

Lawry’s The Prime Rib
Is this the best prime rib in Vegas? The Duke decides.

Memphis Championship Barbecue
The Duke samples the award-winning Southern-style barbecue from legendary barbecue man Mike Mills.

Mon Ami Gabi & Eiffel Tower
The Duke visits these two French restaurants in the Paris Las Vegas hotel--one a casual bistro with a beautiful outdoor terrace, the other featuring high end haute cuisine and spectular views from the 11th floor of the hotel’s Eiffel Tower replica.

Neros
High-end steak and seafood (along with high-end prices) at this  restaurant located in Caesars Palace.

Ortanique
The Duke takes a tropical break at Ortanique, a new restaurant featuring “Cuisine of the Sun.”

Rosemary's
Upscale dining comes to the burbs with this modern American eatery started by Michael Jordan, former executive chef at Emeril's.

Sterling Brunch at Bally’s
Continuing his sampling of top quality buffets, attorney Hahn Le indulges at Bally’s long running Sunday Sterling Brunch.

The Tillerman
The Duke revisits The Tillerman seafood restaurant, an eastside Las Vegas landmark for more than 20 years.

Todai
Quickly becoming one of the Duke’s most visited restaurants, Todai offers an upscale seafood/sushi buffet at reasonable prices.

Top of the World
The Duke has a hard time deciding which is more spectacular at this gourmet room located at the top of the Stratosphere Tower--the breathtaking view or the excellent Continental cuisine.

Zeffirino
The Duke savors the authentic Italian cuisine and the fabulous Sunday brunch at this new eatery in the Venetian.
 


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