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07/21/2010Provided by Citysearch
hate buffets, or so I thought. I asked each member of my family (total of 5) what they wanted for lunch on Monday (July 12) and the requests were so varied that a buffet seemed the logical solution. Am I glad we picked the Wynn. The Italian cold cuts were three grades above the typical deli fare, the variety of fresh salads satisfied even my daughter, pot stickers and vegtable egg rolls, sushi, octopus salad, pizza slices, sliced flank steak, roasted leg of lamb...it seemed like the serving area was the length of two football fields, and more importantly everything was fresh and delicious. Oh, and save room for dessert(s), you won't be disappointed. The only thing missing was Steve Wynn personally greating you at the door, but I sure that's because he was back in the kitchen making sure everything was up to his standards.
04/24/2007Provided by Citysearch
Tableau is by far one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas. Its kinda hidden within the tower suites, but its completely worth the extra effort. The food is a a mix of styles somewhere between french and american. The daily breakfast menu and weekend brunch are fantastic and one of my favorites, but dinner is amazing as well. I've never had lobster cooked more perfectly! Everything is done with extreme care and passion for food, you can tell that every member of the staff truly cares about what they do. The restaurant is quiet and serene, which makes it the prefect getaway from busy everyday life. The staff is very accommodating and do everything in their power to make sure you leave happy. Compared to some of the other ""fine dining"" restaurants in the city, the quality, value and price are terrific. Expect to spend around $100 - 200 for 2 -3 courses for two people without drinks. I've paid MUCH more at other ""notable"" restaurants and be extremely disappointed. Tableau is my go to place when I want a great meal, and I have never been disappointed!
11/21/2006Provided by Citysearch
I went to dinner at Tableau with a group of business associates, the restaurant is kind of hidden off in its own quiet area of the casino. Probably one of the more quieter restaurants I've been to in Vegas. So we started by ordering one of each appetizer. I loved the Ahi and the Lobster dishes. The lamb was cooked perfectly. I was really impressed by our young and very knowledgable waiter. He knew the menu and know how to answer all of our questions. Overall a great experience, I would definitely take a group of business partners there again, since it was quiet enough to talk and actually hear each other.
11/18/2006Provided by Citysearch
i was very disappointed that we paid a huge dinner price for a small portion. it remind me of kid happy meals.we left to another facility to finish our dinner. this is the place to be at if you want to throw your money away. service was great but the atmosphere was just too darn quiet.
11/15/2006Provided by Citysearch
We ate lunch here on our last trip to Vegas. It was not overcrowded, and we were sat almost immediately. We were seated at a window table, overlooking the pool. The views were great. The service was just ok, for a somewhat upscale restaurant. And cosidering the reputatino Wynn has, I was expecting better. It was not bad, just average. Our entree's were both good, with good portions. Overall, a good experience.
09/10/2006Provided by Citysearch
For my 30th birthday, my now ex-boyfriend took me to this restaurant. What an experience. We had the crab and mascarpone ravioli, filet medallions and colorado lamb and we took the advice of our waiter for the wine pairings. The restaurant was so empty that by the main course, we had the main dining room to ourselves. For dessert courses, they allowed us to walk outside and explore the poolside cabanas that are usually packed during the day, while they set us up on the terrace overlooking the pool. The staff even brought over a heat lamp for us (it was late october and cool). They brought the most wonderful desserts for my birthday, including handmade truffles, miniature ice cream sandwiches and the most fabulous lemon dessert. After dinner, our waiter escorted us on a tour of the kitchen and we met the head chef for the night. It was the quintessential dining experience, and the ultimate 30th birthday dinner.
05/24/2005Provided by Citysearch
That I saw Mr. Wynn dining here is probably a testimony to how Wynn Las Vegas feels about this restaurant (one of very many in the resort).
Service was impeccable (this has been open two weeks???), food was spectacular. Management was visible and attentive, wine advice was helpful and sound. You know it will be expensive when you walk in, but you're treated to a fantastic view of the inner courtyard pool area.
I had the filet, wonderful. Prices are expensive, but that's to be expected from a restaurant exclusive to suites-only VIP guests for breakfast and lunch (dinner is open to everyone). I just may have to reserve one of those rooms to experience breakfast here.
Phone: (702) 770-3340
Address: 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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