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by Brian Urquhart
Webster, New York
May 1, 2007
From journal Paris, Las Vegas
July 13, 2006
From journal Las Vegas Trip
N, New York
November 8, 2005
We visited the Forum Shops at Caesar's Palace in November 2005. This restaurant was located two doors down from Spago. We looked at Spago's lunch menu, and nothing looked very appetizing. We decided that Bertolini's had more options for us. We had a short wait, about 10 min. for a table at lunchtime on a Saturday. There is a large "outside" eating area. The smoking area is located next to the "fountain of the gods" in a courtyard in the forum of shops. It kind of looks like it is outside, even though you are still in the forum shops mall area. Inside is the non smoking area. It was pretty loud, dishes clanging and hard surfaces. My husband loved his canneloni; my panini was ok.
The creme brulee was listed on the menu as an "award winning recipe" - whoever ranked this was on the money. This was the best creme brulee that I have ever had in my life! Trust me when I say I've eaten a lot of it. All in all, this restaurant was pretty good, but the CREME BRULEE is not to be missed.
From journal Las Vegas: Details you may not have heard
by Kelly Moser
August 15, 2005
From journal Week in Las Vegas
st chas, Illinois
March 14, 2005
The restaurant was busy, but we were seated right away. We told the waitress that we were going to the show and she said it was no problem. We had the artichoke dip, which was okay and served hot and promptly. They also brought us warm bread, which was good. My wife had the penne pasta artichokes and I had chicken parmesan. The food was plentiful and tasty. It was a good meal for us right before the show. We had the dip, drinks, and dinner for $70.
From journal Elton John Weekend
December 9, 2004
The Caesar salad is wonderful, with just enough bite to it. I had a chicken dish with pasta, and I cleaned the plate. My friend had a pasta dish and also cleared his. We had a cafe latte and split a cheesecake at the end of the meal, and although Cheesecake Factory is among the best I've had, this was light and fresh, with a hint of lemon to cleanse the palate.
If you are hungry and looking for a casual place to enjoy an Italian meal that will fill you up, this is the place. If you have children, I would recommend sitting out on the terrace.
From journal Weekend in Las Vegas
Brooklyn, New York
January 24, 2003
From journal Las Vegas Mini-Vacation