Oh Sergio's! What can I one of my FAVORITE restaurants in Las Vegas, off the strip, great authentic Italian food at reasonable prices. The osso buco is the best I have had any where. Great meals, great friends!
See you soon!
Love this place. The food is awesome, it's off the strip so you can get in there even when things are nutso elsewhere, the wait staff has always been fantastic (and mustachioed Wes this year was outstanding!). We've been back, and we'll go back again.
Food was as expected, but we used a restaurant.com $25.00 coupon which the restaurant then added on an 18% surcharge for the coupon. We will never go back.
To put it simple, this place is a DIVE!! I always judge on the small things. We were brought fresh, hot bread to start. Thought all would go well. When we asked for a 2nd round of bread, we were brought hard, cold, stale bread. It was clear if you wanted more, you would get left overs from the night before. I ordered veal parm. It was store bought. Let me repeat, it was STORE BOUGHT! If you are a God fearing Guido like me, you know your Veal Parm. The pieces were all the same size, and tasted chopped & formed. The sauce had no taste, no seasoning, NO TASTE!! I did GrandMa's tilt test, the sauce ran off the dish quicker than Obama bowing to Charvez!!!! Even with the 1/2 off I had, it was a dive. Wouldn't go back if they paid me!
Food wasn't good. Bread was fresh and hot. But when we asked for a 2nd round of bread, it was cold and stale, very hard. Felt like 1st round you get the "JUST BAKED" bread, after that, it's yesterday's leftover's. Had the Veal Parm, it was store bought. All the pieces were the exact same size. Anyone who makes fresh cutlets knows that's just not possible. Meatballs were very heavy, had a lot of "FILLERS", not like Grand-Ma's!! Had the Minestrone soup, if that's what you can call it. Very bland, no seasoning at all. Tasted like the Veggies were just cut, put in hot broth and stirred a few times, then put in a bowl. Sauce was very loose & thin, had no taste. Like the soup, had no seasoning. Stay away....
Dinner here was delicious! We started with the Carpaccio di Manzo appetizer, then out came two bowls of homemade minestrone soup -- so good on a chilly evening! My husband had the lasagna and I had the Gnocchi alla Toscana. Both entrees were wonderful; the gnocchi tasted freshly made and the sauce ... oh, that sauce! We finished by sharing a plate of tiramisu. All in all, a yummy meal! I enjoyed the decor and ambiance in the restaurant, too. I only hope that this was a particularly quiet evening; only one other party was dining on that Monday night. I'd hate for this restaurant to fold before our next trip to Las Vegas! It's off the strip, but well worth the trip!
Sergio's was recommended to us for the Osso Bucco that does not appear on the menu. It was very good, maybe not the best on earth but was certainly fork tender. The whole meal was a solid 4 stars. Having a live pianist is a nice touch too. Then there's our waiter. Although we'd never been there before, you'd think we'd offended him somehow. The service was slow and lackadaisical. He couldn't bother to tell us the specials, although he could recite them for the next table over. He had no clue about wine. I had to give him the number off the wine list. He asked if we wanted dessert and walked away; the maitre'd brought over the dessert tray and let us know what else was available. Then we ordered dessert and coffee.