Skip to main content

Anthony's Prime Steak & Seafood

I had made a reservation at a restaurant for my birthday a week prior and when my family and I got there we saw a sign saying it was closed for renovation!  I was of course mad for not being notified.  We spoke to a manager and he asked if we wanted to eat at Anthony's Prime Steak and Seafood instead.  I was only afraid that the portion size of the meals would not be enough, but since we drove all the way to The M, I decided we might as well give this place a chance:

Freshly baked bread - they make their own bread!  

My 16 oz New York Sirloin, dry aged - this was my first big steak I've had in awhile and it is from the Anthony's Signature Prime Beef Selection.  Our waiter told us steaks chosen from this section are from cows that were raised at the Marnell ranch in Montana.  This steak was nicely seasoned and the vegetables that came with it complimented the dish well.

Classic Seafood Bouillibasse - My fiancé got this hearty soup.  It came with lobster, shrimp, and saffron broth.

My dad's Prime Rib of Beef - came with horseradish cream (to the left) and au jus (natural juice of the meat).

How nice of them to give me this :)

 Overall it was a lovely dining experience for me and my family. The great service and the quality and amount of food we got from there definitely made up for what happened!

Anthony's Steakhouse (M Resort) on Urbanspoon

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Dirt Dog

If you are a hot dog fiend, I highly suggest checking out Dirt Dog ! They specialize in gourmet bacon-wrapped hot dogs.  They're originally from LA, recently opened shop here in Las Vegas and planning to open another location on The Strip: Interior Waiting in line 👍 Menu #DirtyChiliFries- topped with their house-made beef chili #FilthyFries- Guacamole, chipotle aioli, cheddar and cotija cheese The fries with Dirty Corn (can't leave without trying one)- Mexican crema, cotija cheese, chili powder, cilantro, and bacon bits From left to right- #DirtyChiliDog, #TheGreenDog, and #TheVeggieDog.  There are 3 types of buns to choose from: traditional, Lobster (their most popular), and Portuguese (get this if you like your bread semi-sweet). Views- Their hot dogs are topped with onions, green and red bell peppers, and bacon bits Our lavish meal Glorious! Time to eat Beer, a perfect companion to hot dogs Had to make

Gelato Messina

At the new Downtown Summerlin  shopping plaza, fantastic shops and restaurants are opening up including a new gelato eatery named  Gelato Messina .  What stands out about this gelato shop is that this is their first US location (they are based in  Australia ) and they make their gelato from scratch using only the finest ingredients.  I guarantee that if you stop by and sample their gelato, your eyes will POP in amazement like mines did! Gelato Messina adorns their interior with bright colors and loud artwork, reflective of their passion for making vibrant and creative flavors of gelato There's coffee, lattes, and more drinks to accompany the desserts Cremino - Salted caramel gelato and crushed amaretti biscuits with soft meringue and Nutella Inside the Cremino - all the flavors layered and folded throughout this decadent dessert :) Delish! Peanut Butter & Jelly "Sandwich" - Brioche gelato, peanut butter mousse, and blackberry j

Hana Hou

During the last week of May, Bronsen and I went to Hawaii (my third trip) for vacation / family time / to eat! From my experience so far from eating Hawaiian local food, it consist an influential mix of traditional Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, Polynesian, Portuguese, and American foods. If you're fond of any those ethnic foods like me, its like food heaven in Hawaii! We flew on our favorite airline, Hawaiian Airlines . Bronsen was hoping to get a nice meal than a snack because he always has a big appetite. His wish came true, the complimentary meal came with pasta with vegetables and vinegar dressing: and a big brownie!: Hawaiian Airlines going green: One night I was craving for saimin (ramen) noodles and spam musubi , a popular Hawaiian snack simply made with a block of rice, topped with a slice of spam, and wrapped in dried seaweed. Unfortunately, you can't see the noodles, its covered by the pork. I think there was more meat than the n