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About Honey Salt - Las Vegas
Set off the Strip in Summerlin, Las Vegas, Honey Salt is the first independent venture for renowned restaurateur Elizabeth Blau and her husband, award-winning Chef Kim Canteenwalla. Incorporating a sense of home throughout all elements of the restaurant, Honey Salt is inspired by the couple’s passion for entertaining. Offering a glimpse into Blau and Canteenwalla’s culinary life, Honey Salt features the foods, drinks and hospitality they have shared with friends and family for years. A true neighborhood restaurant that combines classic comfort with a relaxed sophistication, Honey Salt delivers a world-class dining experience complemented by the warmth and style of its dedicated owners. Together, the couple is passionate in their desire to bring the freshest possible products to Honey Salt and have established and will continue to explore gratifying relationships with farmers, fishermen and growers who can provide the best meals possible to the community of Summerlin.
Las Vegas, NV 89145
American, Contemporary American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Lunch and Dinner Daily:
Tuesday - Saturday: 11:30am - 10:00pm
Monday and Sunday: 11:30am - 9:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:30am - 2:30pm
Sips & Savors Happy Hour: Daily 3:00pm-6:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
There is ample street parking in either the parking lot or along the neighboring streets.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Chef's Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Whether celebrating a special occasion with family and friends or hosting a corporate event, Honey Salt can accommodate all your special event needs. Available for small gatherings, corporate events and full buy out.
Honey Salt - Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
Disappointing Valentine’s Day dinner. Extremely slow service after being seated early, much confusion with service, meal so-so. I have had several outstanding dinners at Honey Salt so was disappointed. Certainly not worth the money paid. I know the restaurant is better than this; what happened??
I went here last night for Valentine's day and I am pretty disappointed by the experience. It seemed from the reviews that there was/maybe is potential and maybe we were just the one off in terms of experience, but this was not enjoyable. The dining room is considerably overpacked and quite loud, the restaurant (bar in particular) was understaffed, food was fine, drinks were good. I felt sorry for the servers/bartenders because it didn't seem like they had enough coverage for such a busy night. I noticed that the tables next to us, 1 had been already seated and the other just sat down after us, were waiting about 10-15 minutes for drinks despite some drinks being wine. The timing on the food was awkward, with about another 10-15 minute delay after the appetizer plate was taken away. The service was fine, I just felt that the waitress might have been overwhelmed and could not be as attentive as she would have liked to be. We saw her for when she took our order, then maybe once more after we had finished the entrees, she seemed pretty busy. My girlfriend ordered the seared ahi tuna salad, which was good, and I ordered the filet mignon. The potatoes and kale were good, I don't know about the filet though. I asked for medium rare, but the steak came out rare, I took it home and nuked it to the right temp later. I don't know if the server misheard me or maybe the kitchen misread the temp, but I don't think the onus should be on the patron considering the order was never read back for confirmation. We decided to skip dessert and another round of drinks because it just seemed too busy and we didn't want to wait another 20 minutes. 1 app, 2 entrees, 1 cocktail, 1 wine, $110 with tip. This meal was about $40 too much. I forgot to mention that when they confirmed my reservation, they failed to inform me that the night would be prix fixe and limited menu, poor form. I know others have had a better time here, but life is too short for a bad experience at that price.
My wife and I went to Honey Salt for Valentine's Day. The evening's set menu was very tasty and well presented. We had a very long and enjoyable conversation with the manager. This, and the large number of customers must have confused the kitchen and waiters as we had two deserts and our main course served before the appetizers.
Two other suggestions: I would recommend not showing sports on the large TVs on Valentine's Day and the music was also not quite appropriate to the event.
Still, a must visit restaurant in Las Vegas.
Not what we expected. Noise level was loud and you sit so close to table next to you their cough sprays you. Wasn't sure who was our server, a different server for every course. Once seated, wait was long for everything and their were 8 tables open with 8 servers on the floor and 4 managers walking around. In my opinion, that many on the floor there waot time should be minimal. Needed plates cleared and water filled for 20 minutes. It was very unorganized, especially for a set menu. If you hate germs, stay clear! Tables are(barely) wiped with damp cloth and flatware is placed directly on table. Food was extremely small portions. Tortellini soup was not amazing, but not horrible. Rib eye was chewy and veggies hard. Dessert took 20 minutes to receive a frozen dried out tart with warm chocolate peanut sauce inside. We left disappointed, hungry and now sick from sitting one foot from other tables. Maybe it is better on non holidays!
First time there, always looking to find independent restaurants to try when we travel (live in OK) had reservations for 12:30 on Sunday (which I knew was going to be busy) was seated at 12:40 and they were embarrassed because we couldn't be seated earlier. Great food and great service!! Will go back again next time in Vegas!
I had a good time at this great restaurant! The food was very good, and the service was not excellent but good, only because one person did not receive their food until everyone was almost finished with their meals. The staff was very professional and attentive to our needs.
First time trying Honey Salt. Party of 8, at least half felt food was inferior compared to the hype. The other half loved there's so I guess it's what you order. I had the snapper, no taste, poor texture. Whatever vegetable was on the plate was hard and tasteless. The sauce however was good flavor. Another had chicken curry, had flavor but they didn't like it. Meatloaf was very good and the pork was very good. Tried dessert. Same situation, half liked theirs, bread pudding. Half didn't, the chocolate banana cake. Large portion but just didn't care for the taste and mix of textures. Service was good and attentive. Place was busy on a Saturday night. Drinks were all very good. Outside was under construction and that was disappointing but interior was more like whitewash shabby chic style. Restaurant was clean. I would try it again and order what others said was good and try a lighter dessert. I think the exterior look of open studs and draped plastic sheeting threw me off and tainted the experience for me and a few others in our party. That said I owe it to them and myself to try it again after the construction is complete.
This was our first visit, and I can tell it will have been the first of many. Every plate was excellent, from tasty, silky grilled salmon to a wonderful "comfort food" experience with the meat loaf, served in a generous double-decker with tasty brussel sprouts in-between. All of the accompaniments were also extremely good...even down to crispy outside/soft inside great french fries! Society Cake was another huge and create dessert, combining chocolate and banana, and we left with a take-home "killer" brownie/cookie combination. We're definitely going back to try more of what they have to offer!
My wine and crisps with honey/salt butter were great. The appetizer, flat bread, was flavorful but a little limp. I prefer a crisper flat bread. My entree, short ribs, was nicely prepared and the veggies were a nice combination but a little too firm for my taste. Dessert, Brookie, was very good and the service was excellent.
We will definitely go back to Honey Salt and will recommend it to friends.
A group of friends and I spent the weekend in Vegas just for fun. On our last day we met up with an old friend and wanted to eat somewhere nice. We googled a good place for brunch. This was the first place that popped up. It had great reviews and the menu option was affordable. Unlike various restaurants on the strip. Making reservations online was easy and reassuring knowing we had a table without having to wait a long time. The noise was a little loud but that's because everyone was involved in conversations so it was okay. Our waiter was funny and had awesome recommendations about certain foods on the menu. Our food was prepared to look like it had come out of a 4 star restaurant. It was also very delicious. My friends and I sampled everything off of each other's plates because we were very curious and excited to try new things. Best place for brunch. I definitely recommend going to Honey Salt. I know I'll be back whenever I'm in Vegas.
We headed to Honey Salt for a Sunday brunch based on the menu on the website. To be safe we made an open table reservation. We were sat immediately upon check in. The dining room was filled with family’s and big groups with balloons and swag. Upon receiving the menu we realized the brunch items we were expecting were not being offered. We let our waitress know and she double checked to see if they were possible. She returned to tell us they were not. We left and went next door to the new Italian restaurant North that just opened
This was the first time we’ve experienced anything less than stellar service at HoneySalt and apparently this was due to a staff issue when a bartender didn’t come in to work. We were lost in the shuffle of reassigned duties and had to wait quite awhile for wait staff. The food was excellent! A one-time issue won’t keep us from returning.
Weekend lunch at 11:30. Ordered the Bacon Grilled Cheese with fries and the Biloxi fried chicken sandwich with caeser salad. Both dishes were fantastic. The chicken sandwich is now a favorite and we’ll be back for another. The grilled cheese was great as well, but half of it was plenty with the abundance of cheese piled in there. Busy place, but service was friendly and adequate.
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