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3801 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Tropicana Ave.) Send to Phone
Presided over by Pietro, the exquisite room is reminiscent of a bygone era of fine dining with tableside preparations.

Dinner Wed.-Sun.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Pietro's Restaurant Review

: Pietro Musetto, the host at the Dunes’ Sultan’s Table until the hotel was imploded, happily greets and seats guests in his 17th century-style room where tables are set with Austrian china, flickering lamps and silver bud vases holding fresh miniature orchids. A wall-to-wall wine rack high above a brick wall divides the dining room from the kitchen, where Pietro can also be found, complete with apron, turning out such favorite dishes as quenelles of sole, mousseline dumplings with nantua sauce; coq au vin du chambertin for two; and veal scaloppini with sauce périgourdine, pâté and wild mushrooms. He is also very much at home preparing Dover sole amandine or meunière and steak Diane tableside, and desserts such as his crespelle flambé au Cointreau and cherries jubilee.
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