Steaks are popular items on the menu even in gourmet restaurants located inside luxury hotel-and-casino resorts, such as the Bellagio. Such popularity can be attributed to the fact that Americans are a steak-loving people who like their steaks to be juicy, succulent and tender, as well as flavorful with every bite. Foodies and food critics alike will even judge a restaurant based on the quality of its steaks – and if these aren’t up to par, then the restaurant will be consigned to the back burner.
The Prime Steakhouse at the Bellagio is definitely among the best steakhouses in the United States! The steaks here have been created by world-class chefs particularly Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten who believes the role of a chef is to create cravings. Indeed, you will crave for the Prime Steakhouse steaks like you have never craved for other steaks before.
Below are the latest Prime Steakhouse menu prices.
|Chilled Shellfish Platter (Per Person)||$67.00|
|Oysters on the Half Shell||$26.00|
|Seared Hudson Valley Foie Gras||$33.00|
|Ribbons of Tuna||$26.00|
|Golden Osetra Caviar||$195.00|
|Steak Tartare & Carpaccio||$26.00|
|Crispy Salmon Sushi||$26.00|
|Prime Onion Soup||$17.00|
|Cream of Tomato Soup||$16.00|
|Roasted Baby Beets||$18.00|
|Escarole & Apple Salad||$19.00|
|Baby Iceberg Lettuce||$19.00|
|Peekytoe Crab Salad||$26.00|
|Filet Mignon (10 oz.)||$67.00|
|Dry Aged Bone-In Rib Eye (18 oz.)||$73.00|
|Bone-In Rib Eye (18 oz.)||$66.00|
|Bone-In Rib Eye (28 oz.)||$87.00|
|Braised Short Ribs||$41.00|
|Colorado Lamb Chops||$60.00|
|Porterhouse (22 oz.)||$71.00|
|Peppercorn Crusted New York Strip (14 oz.)||$61.00|
|Soy-Garlic Glazed New York Strip (14 oz.)||$61.00|
|A5 Japanese Wagyu Beef (Per oz.)||$45.00|
|Parmesan Crusted Organic Chicken||$38.00|
|Roasted Atlantic Salmon||$40.00|
|Sautéed Sea Scallops||$44.00|
|Pan Roasted Dover Sole||$68.00|
|Chilean Sea Bass||$43.00|
|Pepper Crusted Ahi Tuna Steak||$60.00|
|Cold Water Lobster Tail (8 oz.)||$64.00|
|Cold Water Lobster Tail (16 oz.)||$125.00|
|Onion Rings Tempura||$14.00|
|Broccoli (Jalapeño, Cheddar & Mint)||$13.00|
|Glazed Market Mushrooms||$17.00|
|Mac & Cheese (Avocado, Pistachio & Mustard Vinaigrette)||$15.00|
|Mashed Yukon Gold Potatoes||$14.00|
|Truffle Mashed Potatoes||$19.00|
|Ginger Sweet Potatoes||$13.00|
|Butternut Squash (Pumpkin Seed & Cheddar Crumble)||$14.00|
The Prime Steakhouse has been a popular dining establishment in the Bellagio for a few years now.
What They’re Famous For
The steakhouse is aptly described as a contemporary steakhouse that provides the classic and chic steakhouse experience with world-class meats, particularly beef and lamb, and seafood as the stars of the menu. The meats are also accompanied by delicious sides and sauces that enhance their flavors, as well as a wide selection of the best wines from around the world.
Why Eat Here
The best steakhouse experience starts with the right ambiance – and at Prime Steakhouse, the ambiance is as classy as you can get! The dining room was designed by Michael De Santis, a world-renowned interior designer, who used Tiffany blue and deep chocolate brown as the color theme. The result is a modern dining room with an airy vibe that even the most pampered steakhouse guests will find to their liking.
The walls are decorated with commissioned artworks from the likes of Michael Gregory, George Deem, and Carlo Maria Mariani so there’s a sense of being surrounded by beauty. The water-themed canvas screen by Joseph Raffael adds to the stylish vibe, which many diners say is a far cry from the sterile quality of fast-food joints. The garden patio looks out into an equally beautiful and natural setting that makes for a romantic dinner.
Keep in mind that the Prime Steakhouse prices are more expensive than your run-of-the-mill steakhouse so be prepared for them. But when you consider the gourmet quality of the food and drinks plus the beautiful environment and outstanding service, these are worth paying for!
When you come to the steakhouse, you should be in your business casual attire. The top-notch steakhouse enforces a strict dress coder wherein athletic wear and shorts aren’t allowed. Besides, why would you want to look and feel sloppy in a put-together place?
However, kids under five years old aren’t allowed entry into the steakhouse. While this may seem discriminatory in nature, you have to understand that the adult clientele will not appreciate the antics of younger children in a fine dining establishment.
The food, of course, is still the #1 criterion used in determining whether a steakhouse lives up to its own hype – and the Prime Steakhouse definitely does! With world-class chefs on board, the steakhouse offers its guests yummy steak and seafood dishes, flavorful soups and salads, and desserts, which are all made from scratch in its kitchen. The meats are always juicy, succulent and tender as well as filled with the flavors from the salt, pepper and butter used in it cooking, too.
Start your dinner with appetizers that will whet your appetite for more of the delectable flavors that will soon follow. The chilled shellfish platter is an indulgent treat that can’t be passed up; it comes with mustard sauce, cocktail sauce, and mignonette. The oysters in their half shells served with mignonette and cocktail sauce, shrimp cocktail with fresh wasabi cocktail sauce, and seared Hudson Valley foie gras with lychee, black olives, and brioche will awaken your palate, too.
If you want a decadent appetizer, your best choice can be the Golden Osetra caviar served with traditional accompaniments because there’s nothing like caviar in a meal. Your other choices include ribbons of tuna, steak tartare and carpaccio, and bacon-wrapped shrimp.
The Prime Steakhouse menu may look limited in terms of the soups and salads but here’s the thing – quality will beat quantity in fine dining establishments. The Prime Onion Soup and the Pea Soup, which contains herbs and cheddar cheese puffs are all the soups you will ever want when dining here. The salads are more plentiful including Caesar salad, Market Tomatoes, Roasted Baby Beets, and Steamed Shrimp Salad, among others.
And then there’s the oh-so-lovely meats! You can choose from three types of sauces as accompaniments for your steaks, namely, béarnaise, soy-rice wine, and peppercorn. You may not even want any sauce since you want to enjoy your steak as is, but bear in mind that it will enhance the meatiness of the steaks like no sides can.
Your choices in the meats include the filet mignon; dry-aged bone-in rib eye; crackling tangy glazed short ribs served with snow peas, silky potatoes, and snow peas; herb-crusted Colorado lamb chops with Aleppo pepper sauce and chick peas; and New York strip with generous coating of peppercorn.
To learn more about Prime Steakhouse or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.bellagio.com.