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Registered: ‎09-01-2010

Re: Martha Stewart's lunch menu in Las Vegas

I have no interest in going to Vegas, or dining on anything in this restaurant.  The roast chicken, NY strip steak, and matchstick fries are the only things I would actually eat on this menu.

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Re: Martha Stewart's lunch menu in Las Vegas

Ok; I'll say it. Having seen many of Martha's cooking shows, and having tried a few of her recipes, I don't think she's a very good cook. 

Her recipes are generally under seasoned and flavorless. 

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Re: Martha Stewart's lunch menu in Las Vegas

Went to Vegas once and that was enough for me. Easy pass on the restaurant obviously.

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Re: Martha Stewart's lunch menu in Las Vegas

@geegerbee   I don't exactly know why but I can't stop laughing at reading this menu with her prices...LOL...I haven't eaten in a restaurant since COVID began in 2020.  

 

My organic food is quite expensive and I feel fortunate I can make the cost work because I DON'T EAT IN RESTAURANTS!  LOL... a meal like that would send me to the "poor house."

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Re: Martha Stewart's lunch menu in Las Vegas

I don't even understand the menu. Some stuff is bolded and I just don't know what's what, and what comes with the meal.  I wouldm't eat there. It looks like plain food with high prices. 

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Registered: ‎08-28-2010

Re: Martha Stewart's lunch menu in Las Vegas


@dimin wrote:

I don't even understand the menu. Some stuff is bolded and I just don't know what's what, and what comes with the meal.  I wouldm't eat there. It looks like plain food with high prices. 


@dimin- It looks that way here because the OP cut and pasted it and it's not formatted.

 

It doesn't look like that on the website.

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Re: Martha Stewart's lunch menu in Las Vegas

I can buy a whole cooked chicken fo $9..

 

Went to Vegas 1x..my kids had a destination wedding..never again too much confusion..

 

I took 38 people out for dinner at a buffet..Everyone had what they wanted ..Everyone thought it was a great idea and they loved the food..and said it was the best pre-wedding dinner party..

I don't want a limited menu...not even in my own kitchen!

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Registered: ‎12-27-2010

Re: Martha Stewart's lunch menu in Las Vegas

All the  restaurants with their $17.95 Mac n Cheese and $99.99 Strip steak can go take a flying leap. I cant cuss here or I could really say what I mean.

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Re: Martha Stewart's lunch menu in Las Vegas

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I haven't been to Vegas in years, but when we went, you could get a great buffet for $10-15. (Caesars, Mirage).  Back then there was cheap buffets under$8.  Circus, Circus.  We used to eat steak and eggs overnight hours. No kidding, it was 6.95 and it included your coffee.  No steak, you could get breakfast for 1.99.    They say a lot in Vegas these days are high prices like this.  Friends had breakfast buffet at Caesars recently $150 with the tip.  Yikes! 

We never usually ate three meals a day there, but these restaurant prices are nuts.  I don't envision going back.  

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Re: Martha Stewart's lunch menu in Las Vegas

Typical of the "celebrity chef" restaurants.

 

The prices do have a way of making Q's food offerings almost reasonable.  At least one gets more than a single meal from each order.

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