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Jean-Georges Steakhouse

3730 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (CityCenter Dr.) Send to Phone
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Contemporary steakhouse-style cuisine from chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
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: In homage to the fine cuts of beef served at this Aria steakhouse, “milk drops” hang from the ceiling in the lounge, which also has granite high-top tables and black and gold velvet bar stools. An elevated dining room features a geometric frame made from a brushed dark bronze metal. Classic starters like jumbo shrimp cocktail are joined by more modern selections such as tuna tartare with avocado and soy-ginger dressing presented on spoons. Meanwhile, all of the steaks are cooked over a wood-fired grill and come with four signature homemade sauces. The finest grades of beef are sourced, including dry-aged bone-in NY, New Zealand grass-fed filet and Australian Tajima Wagyu filet. A tableside carvery offers choices of rack of American lamb, bone-in Châteaubriand, smoked Wagyu brisket and Wagyu tomahawk. Among seafood dishes is roasted Chilean sea bass with a miso-yuzu glaze plated with maitake mushrooms. Trumpet mushrooms with garlic, jalapeño and lemon is a creative side. Finish with the warm Valrhona chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream. More than 800 wines from six continents, along with cocktails and craft beer from Belgium and the U.S., can be perused using a touch screen iPad.

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by MrMott on Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:03 am
I was very disappointed in our recent meal at Jean Georges Steakhouse at Aria. I took my 21 year old son on his first trip to Vegas and even he said it was disappointing. We started with salads My son selected the tomato salad that he said was great and I had the wedge of lettuce with crumbled blue cheese and bacon. My salad was very plain and the blue cheese was part of the dressing (not as advertised). They did bring a nice selection of breads, but the wait was long.
We waited another 30 minutes for the main course. I had the 8 oz. Filet Mignon (medium) and it wasn't more than 1 inch thick. Flavorful, but not juicy at all and not tender as expected with this cut of meat. They did include an interesting chili butter sauce but it didn't match the steak.
My son had the NY Strip (medium rare). One end was burnt and the other end was cold and very raw. In all fairness, we were offered the Kobe Beef, but that was out of our budget.
We split a cast iron pot of garlic mashed potatoes and were warned it might not be enough for two and they were right. Two small scoops each. The best and last part of the meal was two cups of cappuccino to prepare ourselves for the long night ahead. Final thoughts: a long forgettable meal and a hovering staff that seemed confused as to who was doing what.
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