Here on "Eat the World" you will find a consolidated, alphabetized collection of all of Travel Team 360's restaurant reviews, whether originally posted on our blog our another page on this site. Bookmark this page if you are hungry, traveling and don't know where to go to eat next!
Craftsteak (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
If you are in the mood for a steak dinner (Kobe and Waygu - YUM!) , or the
world's best lobster bisque, we highly recommend Craftsteak in the MGM Grand Hotel. The food and
the service are phenomenal. The atmosphere is soothing and elegant and not too
loud. We like it so much that we go every time we are in Las Vegas!
Jasmine (Las Vegas, Nevada)
For the best view of the Bellagio fountains, and really good Chinese food, we
like Jasmine, which is inside the Bellagio hotel. It is Cantonese style food,
in a serene environment. There are floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the
lake, which gives you a front row seat when the fountains come to life. The photo to the right is a view of the fountains from inside the restaurant.
Le Cirque (Las Vegas, Nevada)
For an intimate, upscale evening, we suggest Le
Cirque at the Bellagio, which serves divine French food and
which is where we had our wedding dinner. You dine under a flowing silk ceiling
with some of the best service we have ever encountered, and the food is beyond
superb. Reservations are a must as the restaurant only seats 80. It may very
well be one of the best meals we have ever eaten anywhere. Sharon was recently
back to Vegas for a girls' weekend, and took several friends to dinner. The
meal was once again fantastic, so fantastic in fact, that one of Sharon's
friends went back a few months later and took her mother there!
ORVM (Florence, Italy)
On a recent trip to Florence, I had an excellent
meal at the ORVM restaurant in the Westin Excelsior Hotel. After an exhausting
day running all over the city, the quiet yet luxurious surroundings were indeed
welcome. The price was surprisingly reasonable given the restaurant is in one
of the top hotels in Florence. The service was impeccable - they even brought a
small side table over for me to put my handbag on so I didn't have to put it on
the floor, and did a change of utensils at
every course. For an appetizer I had the
prosciutto e melone, which was very good. The main course was the sea bass,
which may have been the best sea bass I have tasted anywhere ever. It was
skinned and deboned (after being cooked) table-side. Amazingly enough - all
this for 37 euros per person including tax and tip (albeit without wine)! Don't
get scared off by the surroundings, eat at ORVM!
Postrio (Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
One of our all-time favorite restaurants is Postrio in the Venetian
Hotel. It is located in St. Mark's Square in the Canal Shoppes, and has a
wonderful view of the street performers if you get an outside table. It really
does feel, as much as one can, that you are in Venice watching people stroll
by. The lobster sandwich is absolutely fantastic, and it is the perfect
afternoon lunch spot.
Tako Grill (Bethesda, Maryland, USA)
One of our favorite
Japanese restaurants anywhere is Tako Grill, in
Bethesda. The restaurant serves both sushi and cooked cuisine. Mark is our
sushi afficionado, and highly recommends the unagi. Sharon, on the other hand,
equates raw with "not quite dead yet" (imagine a Monty Python accent), and loves
the chicken teriyaki and miso soup.
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