Excellent Food and Service!. After talking about going to The Steakhouse in Circus Circus Casino during our last 4 years of visits to Las Vegas we finally went in July 2007. We found the food to be excellent along with the service. The only glitch was that both of our Petit Filets came out medium well to well done when they were ordered medium. Not tough by any means but not medium as ordered. I would order medium rare next time. The lobster tail was outstanding. Overall it was a bit pricier than we expected but still worth the cost. The one drawback to the restaurant is having to run the gauntlet through the Circus Circus Casino to get to the restaurant. They need a secluded entrance to avoid the masses in the casino. Otherwise, would definitely recommend The Steakhouse and would return when in Las Vegas.
Used to be the best -- gone downhill..
I've eaten at The Steakhouse every year, on my annual trip with friends to Vegas, for the past four or so years. I chose to eat there the first year based on various reviews and recommendations, and it was a *fantastic* steak -- so good that I couldn't imagine passing it up to try another steakhouse.
Unfortunately, at our dinner this year, I ordered the same thing I always do (the ribeye), but it didn't hold a candle to the ribeyes I've had at The Steakhouse in the past. Previous steaks were immense, flavorful, juicy, and prepared exactly right -- I order medium rare. This year's steak was overdone: not quite well-done, but much farther from rare than "medium-rare" should allow. It wasn't as flavorful, wasn't juicy, and was noticeably smaller than ribeyes from previous years. The salad, breads, vegetables, and so forth were every bit as good as before, but...it's "The *Steakhouse*," not "The Salad And Side House." One expects Steak.
I am disheartened. I won't be able to spend the time between this most recent trip and my next trip remembering the delicious, delightful slab of meat I had remembered from previous years, and looking forward to my next visit to The Steakhouse. Instead, I'll have to scour the 'net for reviews and trip reports, hoping to find my lost ribeye paradise.
Best Brunch In Town.
We went to The Steakhouse at Circus Circus for brunch after comparing all the reviews on different website and we were glad we made the right choice. The food is great and the service is outstanding. We knew it's a Champange Brunch but we didn't know the Champagne is unlimited!! and our server pours us glass after glass after glass of Champagne and it's good. What we also didn't know, is besides the buffet items you get to choose one entree from 6 or 7 options. I had Filet Mignon and my friend had Lamb Chop and they were both nicely done. The portion is not exaclty an entree portion, but hey, with all those buffet items such as Oyester, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, Roasted Beef, Sashimi and the regular breakfast choices, you would appreciate the appetizer-size of the main dish.
The Steakhouse Sunday Brunch is definitley worth the cab ride from main strip.
The best steakhouse in Las Vegas!. If you are willing to pay for it, this place has the best steak in Vegas. Melt in your mouth. Friendly staff. It's all about the steak though. Oh, the steak...yum!
good value. If you want a really good steak for the price, this is the place. Prompt seating, friendly staff. kids menu
Best dinner ever!. We have eaten at the The Steak House many times and have never been disappointed. It is an ocassion that we look forward to each time. Haven't tried the brunch yet but you can bet we will, very soon.
Nice Place to eat.
This past August my sister was married in Las Vegas. She and her new husband chose to dine at the Steakhouse after the wedding since they were staying in the Circus Circus. The menu is a little pricey, but it was something different. My biggest complaint was that it took a little over an hour for us to be seated, even though we had reservations.
Everyone ordered the steak, and it was decent (I actually would have preferred a steak from Applebee's, it didn't have much seasoning). If you are not a big meat eater...or if you don't like just big HUNKS of meat, make sure you have them to filet the steak. It was enough to fill me up, and I had PLENTY left over.
I would definitely recommend The Steakhouse, it is a very nice, up class atmosphere (which many places in Vegas seems to lack).
Olde English-style restaurant serves aged steaks and a champagne brunch to discerning clientele..
The main dining room is decorated with dark cherry wood paneling, prints depicting hunters and wild game and multitude of deer and bird trophys. All the steaks are aged in a glass-enclosed case for 21 days and grilled over mesquite to impart a smoky flavor. Meals are served with sides such as bread, broccoli and garlic potatoes. Seafood options include fresh and meaty oysters.
We love it!. Every time we visit Vegas, we make sure to book a reservation for what we think is the best steak house ever (and we're from NYC!) The service is fantastic, friendly (we even ask for a specific server....Michael, you know who you are!) It's our "special dinner" while on vacation in Vegas. Warm, cozy, romantic atmosphere. Just superb!
A special treat for a great price. I enjoy the dinner here, but the Brunch is a huge WOW! Hope that they are having it during Christmas, so I can really enjoy a nice Christmas brunch at a great price. Servers are very good, and I enjoy how quiet it is there too. Not interested in going to any other Steak House in town. This is the best.
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