Overall the meal and evening were superb our only criticism would be we waited 50 mins before getting any food and then the courses were rushed on us with no gap in between courses for us to enjoy and digest out food so by the third course we were full and then did not enjoy our final courses which we ended up leaving. Really quite disappointing for such a special occasion. People who had arrived before us were only getting their fourth course after midnight and we had been served our fifth course before midnight.
great food, great service, perfect nye dinner
The only disappointment was being too full to truly enjoy the final courses of the tasting menu! And my husband was not thrilled with the wine pairings, but I enjoyed them. The seared fois gras was off-the-charts delicious. The service and view were spectacular.
Great atmosphere great service well worth the expense.
It was close to the New Year and since our daughter and son-in-law were spending the winter holidays with us in Las Vegas, we decided to splurge and made reservations at the Alize. If one is not familiar with The Palms, they might find a little difficulty in locating the elevators to Alize. Nonetheless, once we were there, we were directed to a table near the window. We had a view of the strip and at night, it was very beautiful. As expected the food was expensive but was of good quality, and we had a lovely time. I don't expect us returning anytime soon unless we hit the Megabucks.
It was their last day but we didn't know they were closing. Very sad.
This was our second time dining at Alize. Just a terrific meal all the way around. Wonderfully prepared and presented.
We celebrated our anniversary, and the ambience was wonderful. made us feel special with a card for us waiting at the table and a gold key to unlock thw Alize treasure chest for a special anniversary surprise. Food is good, even if the menu is not the most creative. the dessert souffle is excellent.
The Spanish waiter he was super rude. I wanted order course menu which cost $155
The course come with 5 dishes, each plate have 3choices. I wanna take a roasted duck for my main dish but I was not sure other plate because too much choices, so I asked the waiter what side or a la carte is good for my main dish? And he said pointing on the menu “read this”
It said, pick one for each.
Then I tell him yes I new it. What do you recommend?
And then he said I recommend you single duck roast for you.
I guess he doesn’t want to surve us.
Food : poor. You can get same plate in Denny’s seriously. Nothing new, way over priced meals. We order a glass of champagne which cost $35per glass was not even fresh. And NO SPERCLE AT ALL.
Over all: avoid this place, we got serious sick after all. If you looking for a place to eat with nice view. The Top of the World is highly recommended.
I often shy away from high-priced restaurants in the casinos since they're mostly
tailored to gouge tourists or convention goers, but Alize exceeded my expectations.
Yes it's not cheap, but the quality of the food was exceptional, and they didn't try to
rush us through our meal to flip the table. The house wine was way above average,
and the view is spectacular.
From serving martinis with a flourish to the delectable grilled Spanish octopus to the sumptuous Dover Sole and rack of lamb entrees to the Grand Marnier souffle and Baked Alaska, our dining experience was excellent!
Get there now as they are closing on December 31st.
We have enjoyed dining at Alize since 2001 and never had a bad meal. We have introduced many of our visiting friends to the fine dining, excellent service, and beautiful views available there.
We will truly miss it.
Excellent service. One of our family member is gluten free. They made special dinner rolls for her. Enjoyed our evening. Amazing view.
Try to convince Stations to keep this one. Although it is pricey, I haven't had a meal like it in a long time, including some of the best strip restaurants. A real treat for those who save their amenity points which most casinos, especially local ones, don't usually have. Nothing at Red Rock even comes close to the level of this one.
The food tasting was not worth the money spent but the staff and place was wonderful. Very romantic atmosphere and the staff was very attentive. The food was not tasty however. We barely ate any of the courses.
Last time dining at one of our favorite restaurants in Las Vegas, the Alize. Great location and view, fabulous menu and food, superb staff. Too bad they are closing in two weeks