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Jose Andres' Bazaar Meat offers meat in more forms than the average might even be able to think of. Tartares, carpaccios, cured meats, steak, lamb and pork--along with other meaty options--fill the... Read More
Jose Andres' Bazaar Meat offers meat in more forms than the average might even be able to think of. Tartares, carpaccios, cured meats, steak, lamb and pork--along with other meaty options--fill the menu in a profusion of delicious dishes. A5 Japanese Wagyu is available, and the domestic beef is sourced so precisely that the menu lists the ranch on which the beef was raised. Other dishes include Chateaubriand, roasted Jidori chicken, Burifarra Spiral (with Catalan-style pork sausage) and rack of lamb from New Zealand. Before you dig into the meat of your meal, enjoy a raw bar, oysters or caviar flights. A selection of specialty cocktails round out the menu, giving diners a choice of finely crafted beverages to go along with the food.
- Steakhouses: "Bazaar Meat offers guests three menus to choose from, the standard menu, the Bar Centro menu (with inexpensive items) and tastings menus featuring the chef's inventive fare."
- Steakhouses on the Strip: "Bazaar Meat is currently one of a very few restaurants in Las Vegas that carry authentic, certified A5 Japanese Wagyu. Cuts include rib eye and tenderloin."
- Best for Steakhouses Because: Bazaar Meat doesn't limit itself to steak--you'll find all kinds of exceptional meat dishes here, including exotics like wild boar sausage.
- Best for Steakhouses on the Strip Because: Bazaar Meat is all about the meat with a menu offering a multitude of carnivore-pleasing dishes of high-quality beef, pork and other meats.