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SavorHour
79 Reviews
2013/05/27
  • Traditional American Favorites On The Vegas Strip!
  • Overall
    4.0 stars
    • Food
      5.0 stars
    • Services
      4.0 stars
    • Atmosphere
      4.0 stars
    • Price Range (per person): $26-$60
    • Visit Again?: Yes
    • Party Size: 3
  • Since 1999, Charlie Palmer's steakhouse within the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas has been providing new and returning patrons with classic inspired dishes, elegant surroundings, and an unending list of reasons to return again and again. Traditional American fare such as mouthwatering steaks, seafood platters, fresh sashimi presentations, hand-tossed crisp salads, and tender chicken and savory fish offerings enchant diners with flavor, delight and intrigue.

    Dramatic deep red upholstered seating creates a visual fantasy against a backdrop of soothing subtle earth tones, a contemporary designed flooring design, and the spacious main dining room enhanced by a black baby grand piano and a live jazz ensemble, which adds to the sophisticated allure of the establishment.

    In addition to the main menu, the Cut Of The Week menu fulfilled my cravings for a flavor packed meal in a romantic and cozy environment, which included a starter, two family-style sides, a main course, and a sweet something to polish the presentation off. The menu changes on a weekly basis, and never fails to impress. Our last visit to Charlie Palmer Steak, I delighted in the Cut Of The Week menu, while my husband decided to try something from the main menu...

    A pleasant bread offering was served in an attractive basket, while modern lamps on each table created a dimmed light that gently cascaded across the dinner table. A small silver plate with sweet cream butter was placed beside the cornbread, sourdough and olive breads, and the Cut Of The Week menu tempted me with its very reasonably priced breakdown of savory proposals.

    INSIDER'S TIP: The Cut Of The Week menu includes "bottomless wine pairings" with each course, so keep that in mind. I enjoyed several glasses of paired vintages with each course, and couldn't have been more pleased with the arrangement. The wines were acceptable, and paired nicely with each item.

    The first course I received from the Cut Of The Week menu was the Prosciutto Wrapped Romaine Hearts. Accompanied by marinated white anchovies and a time-honored Caesar dressing, this portion of the menu sequence delivered all the flavors of a salad one could require for a satisfied palate. The marinated white anchovies provided a salty and tangy flavor, while the creamy Caesar dressing coated the delicately wrapped greens. A burst of fresh garden flavor was a lovely addition with the red and yellow cherry tomatoes, while the crunch of crisp croutons atop this colorful creation visually stunned. Paired with a 2011 Italian Ca del' Sarto Pinot Grigio, this starter of three courses was a pleasing experience

    My main course was presented in a timely manner along with my husband's choice of entrees. I was impressed with the Australian Wagyu Strip Steak. The bone marrow flan was creamy and perfectly seasoned, while the port wine jus sufficiently enhanced the tender beef heightening it to another level of flavor altogether. This dish was served with a 2010 French Cotes-du-Rhone Grenache Blend that complimented the contents of the dish quite nicely.

    Two family-style sides were included in my Cut Of The Week menu. We were presented with decently-sized portions of citrus-marinated asparagus as well as a layered potato pave that was flavorsome and memorable. Enough for two or three at the table, these side options were a savory addition to the tasting menu I selected.

    My husband elected to try something from the main menu, and chose the Grilled Hawaiian Swordfish entree. This "steak-of-all-fish" was excellently grilled and prepared with a butternut squash risotto, then crowned with a foi gras raviolo. I tried a couple of bites of this beautifully prepared item, and I can understand why my husband tried to shoo me away. The flaky and tender meat of the swordfish combined with bites of the creamy risotto joined by sweet butternut squash and a meaty foi gras raviolo heightened our visual and (see full review at SavorHour dot com.)

  • Order: Astralian Wagyu Strip Steak,Grilled Hawaiian Swordfish,Prosciutto-Wrapped Romaine Hearts,Various Desserts
 
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TGN
2007/03/01
  • Entertained a business client here and we both...
  • Overall
    5.0 stars
    • Food
      5.0 stars
    • Services
      5.0 stars
    • Atmosphere
      5.0 stars
    • Price Range (per person): $100+
    • Visit Again?: Yes
    • Party Size: 2
  • Entertained a business client here and we both had the Kobe beef, done medium well. Before coming here, I would have said no one could top the Craftsteak kobe beef sampler, but this was as good.

    The sommelier was fabulous and recommended a Pingus wine (i forget the year) but it was very good. Service was excellent.

    Located inside the Four Seasons, and you can get there without walking through a casino which is very rare for Vegas.

  • Order: Kobe Beef, pingus wine, salad
 
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