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The Smashed Pig

509 Fremont St. (Las Vegas Blvd.) Send to Phone
Fremont East Entertainment District is home to this English gastropub helmed by chef/owner Martin Swift.

Lunch & Dinner daily

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The Smashed Pig, Las Vegas, NV

The Smashed Pig Restaurant Review

: This long, thin space features a six-seat bar by the entrance with TVs tuned to English Premier League soccer games. The dining room imparts a relaxed feel, and is decked out with artwork, several framed mirrors, and shelves filled with knickknacks inspired by English pub culture. A daily sashimi special is offered, which during our visit was a spicy tuna poke. Crispy deviled eggs are a unique presentation, with Italian-style breading and lightly fried. A French bean tempura is a must-try, topped with chipotle mayo and toasted almonds. Shrimp sliders, offered only for lunch, have the consistency of crab cakes and are good enough to make you want to dine early. Exclusive to the dinner menu are fish ‘n’ chips with mushy peas, bangers and mash with onion gravy, and steak frites with béarnaise sauce and crispy onions. The beer menu is worthy of the gastropub title, with 20 choices including locally brewed Joseph James Citra Rye and Tenaya Creek Hefeweizen. Desserts bring a taste of Britain, with a moist sticky toffee pudding with whipped cream and caramel sauce; and trifle with layers of sponge cake, custard, jelly and cream.
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