The location of the hotel was fine. The location of the hotel was fine as far as we were concerned situated at one end of the strip but as we enjoy walking around then it wasn't an issue
impressed. She was very impressed.
Delicious. We dined here on New Year's Eve and had the very best service and the the most delicious food that I have ever eaten! Everything was cooked to perfection. And the menu selection was incredible! It wasn't overwhelming with too many choices. Everything we ordered was amazing and our pregnant waitress was very attentive to our needs!
Poor service. I've been to the Luxor Steakhouse several times. The last two times I have been the service was abysmal. My wife's steak was cooked not to what she ordered and even after a second try it was still not right. My drink went unfilled for quite some time (actually almost the end of my meal from being empty towards the start). Our waiters were catering over a table of obnoxiously loud people next to us (evidently someone important) and pretty much ignored our needs. I'm not sure how a business can stay in business with such practices, and maybe that is why it is no longer the Luxor Steakhouse and now called Tender Steak and Seafood. With this being one of the more expensive places on the Strip to eat, I really expected better service. I have given this restaurant two stars only because my first visit out of three times I have been there was good. I doubt I will give them another chance since there are so many good places on the Strip that give much better service. For great service and food try Delmonicos, Camelot Steak House, Fusia, Sir Galahads, or Strip Steak.
Good food but will get better service if you look older and rich. My husband and I had dinner there last weekend. The food was excellent but the service was OK. I would have expected more from a restaurant like that. I think our waiter assumed we wouldn't tip well since we looked young. Took FOREVER to get my soda refilled and was surprised to find they charge for refills(the glasses are teeny tiny and they fill them with ice to the top!). If I would have known they charge for refills I wouldn't have asked for one. If you do plan on getting a beverage with dinner, make sure you ask for no ice! :) We were also seated right by a noisy private room. The steak was the best I ever had. The soup was phenomenal! I might go back if I ever go to Vegas again, but I will have to make sure I look a lot older and dress flashier :) :)
I've had better service at Applebees!!.
First off, we made reservations and were seated by the kitchen entrance. The restaurant was not busy... yet we were seated in a place with more traffic the craps tables. Lesson # 1... don't make reservations, you get treated worse.
Second... I ordered a well done steak (I know... a travesty!) and it was still bleeding when I cut in to it. Not the end of the world, as long as it's fixed without a fuss. No such luck! I let the waiter's assistant know that it wasn't cooked properly, he apologized and went to get the waiter. The waiter walked up to the table and asked me, "What's the problem?". I explained that the steak was undercooked. He whipped the steak from the table, turned, and left. No apologies... nothing!
And the final straw... The food wasn't outstanding. I can get a better steak in Seattle!
Best steak I've ever had!!!. On a recent trip to Vegas I stayed at the Luxor and ate at the steak house my last night there..WOW!!! I got the new york strip and it may have been the best steak I've ever had!!! I'm serious, and thats alot coming from me since I love a good steak. The wait staff were incredible and oh btw...You have to try the bannas foster!!! Might have been the best desert I've ever had. Prices are high but dang was the food good!
Upscale steakhouse inside the Luxor Hotel caters to hotel guests and others who want a top-notch meal without the hype..
The steakhouse inside the Luxor isn't the newest or hottest restaurant on The Strip, but that's part of the appeal: quality food without the attitude. The spacious dining room is decorated with polished cherry-wood paneling and rich upholstery, with warm-toned Egyptian-themed frescos on some walls. The menu features appetizers such as Alaskan crab cocktail, a range of seafood and aged beef cuts as entrees, and decadent desserts like the vanilla bean crème brulee.
Delicious Everything!!! Filet, Veal Osso Bucco, Salads, Soups, Veggies, Desserts and Wine!. Hubby and I took our son for his Sweet 16th Birthday dinner and was only disappointed in one thing! We were seated at a table and when asked to be moved to a booth... there was absolutely no problem and were very gracious about accomodating us. The service was excellent without being overly pretentious...just really nice. The food was excellent... cooked, baked or grilled to perfection... the Filets, Veal, Veggies, etc. The Creme Brulee was divine as was the Triple Cheesecake dessert dish. The waiter made some suggestions for the night specials and they were equally impressive. I would have rated this restaurant a 10 except for the fact that they do not uphold their dress code of business casual. They should really refuse service to those dressed in sweat pants, shorts, tennis shoes, etc. or else place them in a room separate from those dressed for fine dining!!! It is the only complaint I have however :) Bon Appetit!
Worst steak on the strip.
Beautiful Decor the Service was excellent however however with out doubt the Worst steak on the strip or any major steakhouse.
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