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About Bazaar Meat by José Andrés
Named one of the "Top 5 steakhouses in America" (Fox News), Bazaar Meat by José Andrés is the James Beard award-winning chef’s wild and wonderful celebration of the carnivorous, in all its forms. Enjoy nuanced, playful cuisine and cocktails for which The Bazaar by José Andrés has become known on both coasts, in a strikingly seductive setting by Philippe Starck, in collaboration with SLS Hotels. Bazaar Meat is also the recipient of Wine Spectator's "Best of Award of Excellence."
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Steak, Tapas / Small Plates, Latin / Spanish
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet and self-parking are available at SLS Las Vegas.
SLS Las Vegas is conveniently accessed via the Las Vegas Monorail, with its own stop.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Indoor Smoking Area, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
From intimate group dinners to partial or full buyouts for up to 500 guests, let our team plan your perfect event in our strikingly seductive settings, featuring custom menus by James Beard award-winning chef José Andrés with pairings by our inventive mixologists and expert sommeliers.
Bazaar Meat by José Andrés Ratings and Reviews
There was nothing wrong with our meal and a lot right with it. The service was fantastic and the wine/food recommendations were top notch. We did the Jose tasting menu. We went in expecting a run of the mill, but great, steakhouse, and were pleasantly surprised to get all those creative and inventive meals you'd expect from Andres too.
I was really looking forward to dinner at the restaurant but upon arrival realised the music was very loud making it difficult to talk to my colleagues. The food was ok, if not a little difficult to choose all I wanted is a steak and chips - it ain’t that hard. Needless to say I won’t be going again
The environment is amazing and dining is excellent.
The prices are sky high but the rarity of some of I'd like to go the meats may justify it.
This is great for once /year get together or high level business meeting to impress.
I may go more often without a special occasion needed. It came to $250/person
Our business dinner at Bazaar Meat by José Andrés was one of my worst value-for-money meal ever. We paid $800 for a party of five, with an OK Californian wine, pretty good meat (I know many places across the globe where meat is way better though) and Papas Canarias potatoes that were supposed to be the best thing ever. Isn’t it time to start showing respect to your customers José?
Bazaar is a terrific, if very expensive experience. It's oddly positioned in the back of the SLS Casino, which used to be the Sahara. Because of this, and ceilings that are lower than one is accustomed to at fancy Vegas restaurants, the actual space feels a little tight. It's also an incredibly long restaurant, which is a bit strange.
The food is very very good though and I highly recommend it. The cuts are generally quite large, so you can get away with family style dining. Our group of six adult men shared three steaks. We'd done more in the past but found that 3-4 is about right.
The Oregon 28 day aged Strip with miso mustard sauce is the best steak I've ever had. I would come back just for it as I've never tasted anything like it. Their cocktails are expensive but unique and pretty large.
This was my fourth or fifth visit to Bazaar and it certainly won't be my last.
Finally a place that understands it all in Vegas. Nice bar when u walk in. Pleasant tables and booths. And then the food. Totally what u can hope for and then some. And the waiter was excellent, the sommelier and manager actually take pride in what they do. Tip: let all the mediocre lackluster jokers who say they are in the hospitality business and think that a plastic smile and no interest in your client make u worthy of a nice service fee go by this place and see how it really can work! Top honors for Jose andres for putting a top place and team together! Chapeau
We stayed at SLS to kick off our vacation. Of course, we eat at a top 5 steakhouse. We had the classic tasting menu. It was amazing. All bites were unique and delicious. The cotton candy foie gras, chicken croquettes, medium rare steak and key lime tart were standouts.
I think the ambiance has elements of being interesting but it feels more like a conference room. Really didn’t detract to much from our meal.
Our meat captain, Adrian, was excellent. Everything came out delicious. Just fantastic! Highly recommend
Excellent dining experience overall. The gazpacho shot is a must-try. I also thought the skirt steak and Catalan spinach (with apples, pine nuts, raisins, and shallots) made a delicious combo. Beautiful decor and great staff, who really made sure I knew they cared about my experience. I was also offered some samples of carved meats to try. I have dined at several Jose Andres restaurants in Washington, DC, and this one definitely did not disappoint.
This restaurant has everything. The decor is amazing together with the atmosphere. The presentation of the dishes and the quality of the food is unsurpassed. The service as the best it can be. One of our passions is eating at fabulous restaurants, we are foodies who travel around the world just to eat. This Las Vegas restaurant is one of the best we’ve been to in the world. If you want to have the perfect dining experience in every sense of the word, this is the place.
A true fine dining, world class experience. Impeccable service, knowledgeable and considerate staff, as well as great food. If you need more than what this restaurant can offer, you're going to find yourself consistently wanting. Relax, enjoy, and realize exceptional service means they know what they are doing.
Fabulous food! Our third visit and certainly did not disappoint us. The service is top notch. Impressive to enjoy premium wine by the glass and oz.(Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon). We had a stopover in Las Vegas for a few days celebrating New Years post Christmas in NYC. Our 16 year old grandchildren accompanied their foodie grandparents and voted Bazaar Meats their favorite restaurant over several in NYC and Las Vegas! Christopher Bugeya, Assistant General Manager, is a fantastic host!
I booked our first honeymoon dinner here for my new wife and me. It was inside the Vegas SLS and had a rich red curtain ambiance at the entrance. The staff was super-friendly and the waiter knew our names and the fact that we were newly-weds. We ordered a dozen Oysters. They were good, nothing memorable. Then we shared a massive porterhouse with a side of mashed potatoes that were bomb, and grilled cauliflower that was pretty flavorless. We also had a cocktail each and overall enjoyed the dinner. It was when the bill came that the dinner took a turn. I really downgrade the restaurant on value.
I’ve been wanting to go to this restaurant for years, finally went for New Year’s Eve ... loved the ambiance of this sweet restaurant... service was amazing... but let’s talk about the food. I know we only ordered a small portion of what’s on the menu, so I’m only going to critique what I ate. We ordered 2 steaks... one was a tenderloin.....so yummy....worth the 75$... the other was a 140$ bone in strip loin that was recommended by our waiter... although this steak was flavorful, it was tough and grisly... could of bought a better steak at Costco... the sides were good and bad as well... potato straws were good, asparagus as good, cheese potatoes were awful.. the sides were meant to share, but the portions were very small.. desserts were all mediocre... Something else you need to know in case you are seeing a show afterwards... the steaks take an hour to cook... luckily, we got a refund on our tickets...
Truly exceptional experience. Handcrafted cocktails were inventive and the food was divine. We sat in the room with the sushi bar which was enclosed and away from the main dining room. Suggest getting a table in front of the pit or the open kitchen to witness the cooking in action. Our waitress was attentive and friendly.
some of the best food I have ever eaten. comparable to Europe, of course much of the menu is imported. Local US steaks are also elite. Flavors of everything just melt in your mouth and as succulent as you can have. Our server Joseph, the sommelier, was a gem and really enjoyed helping create a wonderful experience and unforgettable evening for our 25th anniversary
Very special food. We have enjoyed Chef Andrés’ restaurants in Vegas for years but wanted to make a pilgrimage to Bazaar Meat to support his efforts in Puerto Rico. The staff was so welcoming, saw we were fans and expressed appreciation. We ordered the classic tasting menu, which was extraordinary, and added a $100 per person wine-pairing and what we were told was a 1/8 portion of suckling pig for $45 per person which were a bit disappointing. The sommelier was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. The wines were generally delicious but honestly, for a 8-10 course tasting, the pours were incredibly stingy. Also I was clear about hating sweet wines and asked for a substitute; but it never came as Lou got busier. Still, all but one course were perfection. Foie gras cotton candy, lox cones, olives, croquetas, smokey oysters, chicharrones, tartare, Caesar salad, butter potatoes were divine. Ironically, it was the meat courses - the roast pig and the chateubriand, that fell so short. The truffle sauce was too thin and lacked any truffle flavor at all. The timing was also such that plates would come out before we were ready for them so the meat and sauce and potato puffs got cold. With the meat being on the very rare side, we just couldn’t bring ourselves to eat it. The $90 pig course was literally six bite size pieces of very bony pork. Tasty but a let down for the fuss and the price. So sad. Dessert was a gorgeous cart of small delectable treats which were sublime. The food servers and bussers were lovely. Engaging and knowledgeable about the food, it’s preparation and story. However though Misty was great at first, she disappeared, essentially, until it was time to pay. When you drop $700 on dinner for two, even in Vegas, you hope for impeccable service. No one asked us why we didn’t eat the meat. Or if it was ok. They just took it away. Overall, a beautiful food experience and I would come back absolutely, but would take another route.
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