Dal Toro in Las Vegas, Nevada is located on the lower level of the Palazzo Hotel and specializes in serving traditional Italian cuisine. The restaurant features an exotic, vibrant atmosphere and features multiple levels, including an exotic car gallery.
Dal Toro is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast at the restaurant features such fare as michette panini with smoked salmon, cheese and ham omelet, steak and eggs, French toast, eggs Benedict, pancakes, assorted muffins and fruit. Lunch and dinner fare at Dal Toro includes cheeseburgers, margherita pizza, minestrone soup, ravioli d'aragosta, pollo alla valdostana and tortigliono rustici.
Food was very good and the staff couldn't have been nicer. Sit outside, the view is great.
Dal toro is a great place to have a nice romantic meal. The ambiance is great (especially in the patio) and the food was delicious. The service was prompt and the servers were engaging. The only complaint I have is the "surprise" service fee that is tacked on to the bill. It would be nice to see it upfront or have it stated in the menu somewhere. We weren't even sure if it included our server's gratuity since it was just us two. Dal toro has a great Italian food selection however it is pretty expensive- so come prepared.
I recommend Dal Toro for dates, special occasions or business lunch. Great outdoor space. But most of all, the food is excellent.
We ate here with a group of 9 people. Calling to make a reservation was impossible, as they never answered the phone that day/evening nor did they ever call me back after I had left a VM.
The restaurant was empty, which was surprising but nice. We were able to secure outdoor seating.
The beer selection was abysmal, with the only non-Inbev drink being Duvel, and ridiculously overpriced at $25! The cocktail selection was terrible as well, and $15 per drink.
The meals were standard Italian fare, and came out tasting pretty decent, however they were very overpriced at $30-$40 for pasta and $60 for something with meat in it.
The server was inept. People had to constantly keep asking him for items they had already ordered. It wasn't busy, so I think he just didn't feel like trying. This is probably due to the fact that they charge 20% gratuity regardless of party size.
Overall, I recommend skipping this place, as there are much better restaurants in the Venetian/Palazzo.
Waiter was not very attentive. Food was overpriced for the quality. In one of our pasta dishes, while the menu said it would contain proscuitto, it was actually prepared with inexpensive ordinary ham. Will not go back there.
This was our 4th visit to Dal Toro and unfortunately the restaurant has declined in ambiance!
It doesn't appear the management is keeping up with maintenance and decor. Place felt old when we walked in!
We were disapointed that we couldn't be seated on the outside patio because of a previously booked party, and we were never told that it was unavailable that evening. We would have change our reservations!
I don't think we will plan another visit until we visibly see some improvement.
The menus looked like we were in a pizza joint grabbing a quick bite to it but the prices of a four star restaurant. Same for plates, glasses and silverware. Very simple. Food was alright. Our waitress was good
The buffalo mozzarella appetizer is a must. It was remarkably creamy rich and flavorful. The fruit demare was perfectly cooked. It seemed each seafood ingredient was cooked perfectly to perfection and then thrown in the mix.
The lobster ravioli was wonderful .
Amazing food! Amazing service!!