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About Permanently Closed - Cantina Laredo - Las Vegas
This restaurant is permanently closed. Cantina Laredo Modern Mexican features over 65 tequilas and uses contemporary cooking techniques to prepare traditional recipes with only the freshest ingredients. The restaurant boasts a sophisticated flare in an upbeat environment.
Las Vegas, NV 89145
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday:3:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 3:00pm Sunday Lunch: 3:00pm - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Cantina Laredo - Las Vegas - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
This was our first time here, we will definitely be back. The food was Mexico City Style roasted salsa, vast options on the menu, the service was excellent, the atmosphere was warm and modern. We had a wonderful dining experience. Not your common Mexican restaurant fair.
Located in the upscale Tivoli Village/Summerlin area, the Laredo is reasonably priced and readily accessible with nearby public parking. The dinning area is spacious and tables are adequately spaced insuring patrons' privacy.
Our waitress was professional, friendly and unobtrusive. She made our initial experience a memorable one! The food was delivered on time, hot, presentable and deliciously tasting.
The coup de grace was a triple layer leech mango cake that was simply devine!
I've been here several times, and enjoy trying different dishes. Not disappointed so far. However, the service needs to be a little quicker. It's not so much the server, but I think they need more servers to cover all the tables - especially during lunch hour. Everything is fine until it's time to get the bill-- always takes so long! Then we we told it was quicker to use a card instead of cash because they had to get that from the bar. So, my co-workers and I always get back to the office late.
This was our 2nd visit in two nights to Cantina Laredo. On the 2nd night we used Open Table to get a table for 8. The food was really good. Excellent chipotle salsa with your chips. I wouldn't say the restaurant is authentic Mexican. They do traditional Mexican meals (e.g., enchiladas, tacos, burritos, quesadilla) with a level or two above authentic. If you are looking for refined Mexican food...Cantina Laredo is your place. I had the carne asada tacos. It came with rice and beans. The dish was good. My wife had the tortilla soup...delicious.
Our waiter was exceptional...bringing lime/cilantro rice for our 1 year-old saying, "This is what his 2 year-old loves to eat." I rated the service low not because of our waiter, but because of the host's promptness. Two nights in a row the front desk was absent of a host while multiple parties waited to check-in...including my party. We waited 12 minutes after our Open Table reservation for a table. Our reservation was made 1 hour prior to our arrival. I would have thought this would not have been a problem.
I always get the Pescado del dia, and it's always delicious. It doesn't matter which fish they're serving that day, it is always perfectly prepared and wonderfully served. The cilantro lime rice is one of my favorites when it comes to rice. Excellent restaurant, everyone in my party was well pleased. Only negative was the waiter didn't ask if we wanted separate checks and wouldn't split the check for us later. We figured with a party of 15, he would know to have separate checks.
We were in town for a sporting event. We wanted a casual restaurant with good food. The restaurant wasn't at all busy on a Saturday night considering we ate at the restaurant basically next door the night before and it was crazy busy (and awesome food BTW). The service was great. Chips and salsa very good. I had the bacon wrapped shrimp fajitas. Sounds yummy huh? It had alot of potential but the shrimp were so overcooked and dry. Disappointing. And the tortillas were cold. And tell me why restaurants use those GROSS plastic replicas to showcase their desserts?!? I never want dessert after I see that. I think this place has alot of potential. Just need to make a few tweaks. (Oh....And please freshen up the restroom...Kind of gross.)
My sangria was very good. I had the chicken enchilda and my date had the steak and chicken fajitas. Both were very fresh, and tasty. The chips they serve are some of the best I have had at a mexican restaurant. . Our waiter also gave recommendations as to the spice level of the food.We will definitely return.
Food was good. Service terrible. We had a 6:45 reservation, arrived on time and were told we would have a 30 to 45 minute wait. TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE. When I looked in the dining room there were 6 or more empty tables. They must have a staffing problem! We found a table in the bar and sat down and waited and waited. I got up and got my own menus. Finally someone appeared and took our drink order. It took 20 minutes to get them. I went to the bar to get my own water! This isn't the first time this has happened here. We like the food but I don't think we can put up with this dining experience!
The service was so bad my quest even commented. One server asked us if we were ready to order. We said we needed a minute and he never came back. Another server came and seemed annoyed that she had to wait on us. After that the service just went down hill. And there were only FIVE Tables that had guests. So it was not like they were busy.
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