Lavish seafood dishes and succulent steaks served in an elegantly romantic setting that's nearly as grand as the view..
Perched on the hotel's 106th floor, this revolving restaurant draws tourists and locals for its magnificent view. The vista isn't the only selling point: Along with an award-winning wine list, the restaurant dishes up masterfully presented American cuisine. The meaty rack of lamb is served in a rich, garlicky curry sauce, while the pan-seared sea bass is flavored with zesty lemon truffle oil. For dessert, there's the warm banana tart with vanilla-bean ice cream and caramel.
Pay for the View. The View is wonderful. The food was good not fantastic. You are paying for the view. Our salads were very tasty and our steak was good. The dessert Stratosphere is just average at best. Our waitress was very attentive and the food came quickly. I have seen the view and would recommend you go for the view at least once.
Great view, High prices, horrible food..
I would highly recommend you go there, grab a drink and maybe one appetizer and hang out. If you get a table and order the food you will be disappointed, unless you like food that tastes like microwave fare at 30-50 a plate, like waiting 30 mintues and service that takes 80 minutes at least.
This is the comments from the dinners in my party. The pork was worthless, the halibut was tasteless the rack of lamb was "whatever" and the prime rib is big and bland.
Big View-Big Bucks. We ate here on March 30, 2006 before the Barry Manilow show, nice experience. Do not get the dinner for two, the wine pairings however were very enjoyable and worth the money. Great service, great view, bring your gambling money, we will be back.
Proposal. My fiance proposed to me at the Top of the World... very romantic... beautiful views, excellent food, wine and service. We sat in one of the booths facing the windows, which I think would be the best spot.
Highly Recommended. I spent my anniversary at The Top of the World Restaurant, we had a lovely time. The service was great, our waiter, John (from New Jersey) was great. He helped made the evening enjoyable. We took pictures which turned out reallt great. The evening started a little slow because there was an emergency & we were seated a little late, however, the evening was still great! The food was well prepared and tasted very good, I would recommend this restaurant to anyone interested in a celebrating a very romantic evening - it'll be one you'll never forget. (Thanks John)
Sky High Service.
I was very impressed with the quality of the food and service.
Although Men should wear Jackets or button collor shirts and women should be nicely and properly dressed. My husband and I were very dissapointed when we saw a younger couple looking "very" under dressed and allowed in during August of 05.
Good view, average food, bad service. I have been to this place several times with my family and friends (whenever they visit Las Vegas). Now that I have taken everyone there once, it is safe to say that I will *NOT* be returning. I took people there for the experience and the view, the food has always just been average, but the big turn-off was the service, which seems to be getting worse and worse. The last time I was there (with a reservation), my party and I still waited 40 minutes to be seated, and it took more than 90 minutes to get our food. We were very close to leaving the place. It does have a nice atmosphere and view, but sadly, the service is getting so bad that I have written a letter to them clearly stating that I will not return.
Worst Place Ever. The ONLY thing this place has is a view. The food is overpriced and tastes horrible. Our service was the worst.
The view was great.
The view is breathtaking, but the food is mediocre. There are better restaurants in this price range. We ordered the dinner for two and the Chateubriand consisted of 4 slices of meat each, 2 carmelized onions, 3 baby potatoes and 2 asparagus spears. Unfortunately, the food was a bit cold. The dessert was very good.
Our server was understanding and pleasant when two members of our party were unexpectedly held up. We all began with a first course and a bottle of wine while to compensate. Near the end of the meal we witnessed the manager directing him to hurry us along. In my opinion, whenever a table is going to drop $700 on a meal they should be able to take as long as they want. Our server told us to nevermind that and take our time, but at that point we just wanted to wrap things up.
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