2245 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8911936.114258 -115.121905
Monday To Friday From 11:30 AM To 02:30 PM Monday To Friday From 05:00 PM To 10:00 PM Saturday To Sunday From 05:00 PM To 11:00 PM
The Tillerman Restaurant - Prix Fixe Menu – The Tillerman Restaurant - the best place in Las Vegas, NV. Famous Restaurant, Private Dining, Seafood Restaurant, Steak Restaurant, Fine Dining Restaurant. For more details - (702) 731-4036
The Tillerman Restaurant - Seafood Restaurant – The Tillerman Restaurant - the best place in Las Vegas, NV. Famous Restaurant, Private Dining, Seafood Restaurant, Steak Restaurant, Fine Dining Restaurant. For more details - (702) 731-4036
Old School Charm – Celebrating our anniversary in Vegas we decided to check out the restaurant that locals insist is a one of the best. The place was jamming on a Saturday night but we were seated promplty and given a great table when we said it was our anniversary. And yes, I'm old school and believe in tipping everyone including the door and the busboy.
. There is apparently enough people around (including visitors and tourists) that this restaurant is doing quite well despite the recession. There isn't a celebrity chef here just great food and a very capable staff. If you want a breath of fresh air without all the pretensions of the strip this is definetly a place to check out!
We had the features steak and lobster tail combo, along with a bottle of California Cab and sparkling water. Thank god someone in the kitchen knows how to cook a MR steak and how to cook a lobster tail so that its not overdone.
This is a grand restaurant, run by and restaurant pro named Jim who greeted us and then remembered to wish us a happy anniversary on the way out. We have returned to this place during the week and sampled some other items on the menu. if you like to find a great, unpretentous restaurtant this place is for you!!!
Thanks – This has definitely been the best Steak in Las Vegas that I have had yet.
Not only were my date and I able to get a table last minute w/o a reservation - but our wait staff was very knowledgeable and friendly.
We were given no attitude when we told the server that we wanted to share the bone in ribeye which was fab given our desire to try other menu items w/o emptying our pockets completely.
Started off with the Blue Cheese Apple Salad which had these grapes (that I originally thought were olives until I bit into them) I can only describe as being totally delicious.
Worst experience ever – Wednesday, August 6, 2008. Birthday Celebration Dinner. Reservation was for 5:45 pm and we were seated at 5:45 pm. Drink order was taken promptly, and many waiters were in attendance at our table, so much so, that we didn't always receive what was ordered. Once the order was taken, 45 minutes into the wait, we had to beg for the children's fries and our appetizer to be delivered to the table. They arrived at the hour mark. At the hour and a half mark, the Birthday Person got up and went to find the manager. We were in a room with ten other tables of patrons. All the other tables had ordered, eaten and left before we received our entree. Between us yelling at the manager, the manager (who was in tears, while yelling at us) and the waiter yelling at us, the food delivered cold and/or overcooked, we being overbilled with no compensation - it all came to a head - the manager tore up the bill. My dad attempted to pay something - but by then, the manager wouldn't accept any monies from us and everyone left upset - with leftovers.
We guarantee we will never eat there again and we will tell all of our friends of the experience!
Best Restaurant in Vegas – I had my wedding reception at the Tillerman, in the Fireside Room. A private dining experience that seated my whole party of 18 people. The atmosphere was romatic, with low lighting and candlelight. We started the meal out with a wonderful salad that you actually assembled yourself. This salad was very fresh, cold and crisp. The dinner was outstanding. We had our choice between filet mignon, salmon and chicken. The majority of the party chose the filet, it was out of this world. Our waiter assistant, Oscar, did a fabulous job making sure everyones' needs were met. All the staff were friendly and accomodating. I would definately recommend The Tillerman restaurant for anyone looking for a special place to celebrate their special evening.
A Gem – The Tillerman has been around for a LONG time. It is a great restuarant to go to for fresh seafood and steak. We recently visited the Tillerman for my parents 50th wedding anniversary. Everyone at our table were all pleased with their entrees. We had several bottles of great wine that complemented our meals wonderfully. The quality and service were excellent!
This classic Vegas standby gives celebrity chefs on the Strip a run for their money. – In Short
In a city that transforms itself at least once a decade, this restaurant has managed to charm patrons for more than 20 years. With dark wood paneling, palms and a retractable sunroof for star-lit dining, the Tillerman creates a sophisticated, yet cozy, atmosphere. The seafood offerings compete with the best in town. Puck, Lagasse and the hordes of celebrity chefs have nothing on the Tillerman's planked salmon, roasted halibut or Dungeness crabcakes.
The Nuts – I have visited The Tillerman on no less than 10 occasions; it has become one of my favorites anywhere. I have always been treated to excellent service, and the food was superior in all regards. My current favorite is the double-cut pork chop, but I have thoroughly enjoyed sea bass, stuffed shrimp, steaks, crab cakes and many different appetizers, soups and sides. When in Las Vegas, there is nowhere else I would rather dine. For you Texas Hold 'Em players, The Tillerman is "the nuts".
$$ deceiving – This place is definitely not for the young and rowdy who are celebrating a 30th birthday party and planning to drink. They were nice enough to accommodate us in the private room but we definitely created enough noise to bother the other patrons. We went with the intension of spending $21-$30 a person. That was for the CHEAPEST DISH (without desert or appetizer)!!!! I would recommend it for couples who would like a romantic dinner and plan on spending an average of $100 for a three course meal without drinks. The food was EXCELLENT and the waiters were entertaining.
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