Spago Restaurant Review, Las Vegas
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Spago Las Vegas serves California-style cuisine of Chef Wolfgang Puck with a daily-changing menu. It is part of the huge Puck empire with 6 different restaurants in Vegas alone. This location was in the Forum Shops at Caesars. We ate in the less formal cafe section for a quick afternoon meal.
Decor, Vibe – Indoor patio dining in the casual café, and a large more formal interior highly decorated dining room. Big pizza oven and bar. Lots of people watching in the patio with tourists and locals of all ages.
Menu Pictures (Click to zoom into any picture)
Nice Bread Selection
Garganelli Pasta a la Bolognaise ($24) Braised Beef, Roasted Double Blanched Garlic, Plum Tomatoes, Ricotta Cheese and Italian Parsley was pretty meaty and made for a hearty dish. Lots of ground up steak in a red sauce with fresh pasta.
Kids Cheesy Parmesan Pasta ($6.95) was very good. Quality yet simple thin spageti type noodles with lots of cheese.
Margherita Pizza ($14) Mozzarella, Fontina, Parmesan , Goat Cheese with Garden Tomatoes and Basil was almost like a flatbread style pizza. Edge was slightly crispy, but most was soft yet not soggy. Cheese quality was ok but not great. The top pizzas like Gialina’s have nothing to worry about.
The bread basket had some pretty good selections. Service was pretty average, with our server acting pretty distant. Spago served up some decent food at pretty typical mid range prices. If you are shopping in the Forums shops and looking for decent food, this place is a no brainer. Wines by the glass from $8. Kid’s menu available.
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