Great ambiance and casino shopping. My wife and I stayed here for a conference. The room was very similar to the one we stayed in at Circus, except for the cost, the centralized location to the other large casinos and the tv in the bathroom. We did order room service, General Tsaos chicken, the $19 meal came to $33 after service fee and gratuity. It was kinda bland but one meal was served with utensils, drinks and table setup for both of us without even asking. The beds were very comfortable and the tv in the bathroom was a nice feature. The casino,shops and feel of the casino didn't disappoint and we loved the statues and ceiling which is a must see. Depending on how much you plan to lose the table mins are rather high you can find $10 during the day but at night they are all at $25 and up. Hence the guests who believe that their money makes them better than every one else there spending the same amount.
Overpriced and mediocre.. For these prices, you'd really expect some extraordinary food. I'm sorry to say that was not the case. My steak was so salty it was nearly inedeble. The Ceasar salad was much too overdressed and the wine prices were crazily off the charts. There are many other restaurants in Vegas that can do a better job at a more affordable price.
Great place with exceptional food. We picked the items from the specials menu and were not disappointed. The service was impeccable! The bread selection was really good! The portions are very well proportioned so you have room for dessert which topped the entire meal.
Cancellation fee. $150 cancellation fee which they did not tell me about when I made the reservation. What a surprise when I got my visa bill!
Amazing free range chicken!. We originally sought out Bradley Ogden because we had received a $50 food voucher from the place we stayed in Vegas. We wanted a special meal at the end of our trip, and the restaurant desk at Caesar's recommended Bradley Ogden. We were seated immediately and found the simple warm off white linens, cherry wood contemporary decor, silver Cristofle flatware and contemporary white on white china elegant but not at all pretentious. The servers were smartly dressed, very pleasant and efficient (same is true for the entire staff from busboy to host). We were flying shortly after the meal, so we wanted something light. We shared a Caesar Salad (ample whole Romaine leaves, fresh Caesar dressing fitting for a restaurant inside Caesar's Palace and a slice of lovely Romano - $14 total). We both decided on the Free Range Chicken (Juicy! Crisp perfectly seasoned skin) served on a light spread of warm hazelnut sauce, with morel mushrooms (3 tiny pieces of morel - a bit of a disappointment since these were featured in the menu discription) and 3 lovely citrus pierogies. The presentation was simple and pleasant. The flavors made this perhaps one of the most memorable chicken dishes I've ever experienced. There was terrific depth to this dish, yet it remained fresh and simple. At $38 a la carte for chicken, it needs to be special - this was worth it to me. I'm still craving this dish. We waived off dessert and the waitress insisted we have a couple of shots of homemade butterscotch pudding on the house. These creamy, rich treats were full of butterscotch flavor without being overly sweet - and the fresh roasted and salted sprinkle of sunflower seeds on top of the dallop of whipped cream made this the perfect ending to a perfect meal. We will return here - $50 food voucher or not. Awesome!
Overpriced and Not Worth It. We took a client tonight to this restaurant. The food was marginal and overpriced. The service was solicitous and lacking. The food came out at separate times and clients were forced to wait 10+ minutes while we ate our luke warm food. The salads were overdressed. The portions were small. The price was exhorbitant and not worth it. Great wine selection and good wine recommendations, but spend your food dollars somewhere else. There are too many good places to eat in Vegas to waste your time and money here.
Interesting take on traditional dishes. Good chestnut soup, overpriced wine list. The waiter liked the bottle of 1994 Monbousquet I brought from home. A decent twist on old classics, and the portions are not that small (as others have indicated). Stay away form the lemon meringue desert, it's no good.
Interesting food. Honestly las vegas is awash in restaurants that serve the same cookie cutter predictable food to the masses. Ogdens @ Caesars trumps this trend and makes bold calculated moves in food and wine. The menu is alive and vibrant. They serve market driven food that is accessable yet interesting, My wife and her friends all found things they loved and they are not foodies at all.
Happy we elected to not stay for our main course..... We were in Vegas for a few days for a business conference. We went for dinner to Bradley Ogden's on 3/4/07. Right from the get go, our server was incerdibly rude and condescending. I do not tolerate this behavior, and she did not change her attitude the whole time. We ordered salads and appetizers which were average, at best. It was so disturbing, that we decided to go elsewhere for our main course. Vegas is filled with super establishments....I would pass on this on this place!!
Too many other GREAT places to go in Las Vegas! Please don't waste your time or money!. I am a Las Vegas native (yes, there really are people who are from Vegas) and the town has really grown up along with me. Fortunately, I am lucky enough to be able to try the "hot" places as they open here and found that Bradley Ogden's restaurant at Caesars is highly over hyped! I was even "lucky" enough to meet Mr. Ogden after my boyfriend, his college roommate and myself dined there one night. He spoke only to the men and completely ignored me as Mr. Ogden showed us around his kitchen ever so impressed with himself. I was so insulted! Plus, I got to pay $600 (with wine) for a very forgettable dinner!!
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