Outstanding food & service.
Try the bacon !!
Great service, great value, and cozy restaurant.
very sad to see Table 10 close.
Will look for new location.
Fantastic find. Great food for a reasonable price. Not too busy, surprised more people weren’t eating there. A great table on the strip and worth the walk.
Took one hour from ordering to have meal served! Portions may be fine for ladies but not near enough food to satisfy a man!
Wonderful experience! Great service and delicious food!!
My wife and I chose Table 10 for our Christmas Day dining while in Las Vegas. We were both looking forward to this, as the restaurant is very well reviewed and is at a level that is a treat for us to go to. In truth, I must say we were both pretty disappointed.
First, we get there and are seated in the far corner of the restaurant, even though there was nearly no one there. I had reservations just in case but didn't need them, as they were less than half full for the entire time we were there. We had two waiters that seemed to share duties. The first was very business like with almost no personality, while the second was very friendly. Unfortunately we seemed to get the first one more often. They didn't seem to communicate very well either, as one would come to take our drink order, then as we waited for the drinks, the other would come to take our order and asked if we wanted anything other than water. We stated we had drinks coming but ordered an appy with him. Then the first came back with our drinks, took our main order but asked if we wanted any appies. Kind of weird.
I ordered the pan fried flounder with jambalaya and my wife ordered the carbonara pasta. We also ordered the cheese board for an appy. The cheese board was probably the best thing we had. A little small for two sharing but tasty. My dinner was very small, as far as the bed of jambalaya was concerned. The fish filet was nice sized but very lightly seared. No crust formed at all. The Jambalaya itself was very bland. No spice to it and very little flavour. I was really looking forward to it too, as I love jamabalaya and figured an Emeril restaurant would know how to make it right. My mistake. My wife's dinner was better, with a nice portion and the flavour was good, just not really so good to be at the prices this place charges.
All in all a forgettable experience. For the price we paid here, I would have preferred any number of other places to eat.
One of our favorite places in Las Vegas! We were excited to bring our kids on Christmas Eve and were not disappointed. Wonderful food and drinks, great service and they noticed my son's birthdate on his i.d. and put a candle in his dessert. This restaurant is the one we go to every time we're in town.
We enjoyed a great meal here once again and was saddened to learn that they are closing after the end of the year.
Only 2 other tables were occupied which was strange but we then heard they are closing at the end of the year. Food was mediocre, I had the special, surf & turf. The steak didn't have that nice char and the lobster was more like a big shrimp with a tiny spoonful of mashed potatoes. Much better restaurants out there.
Food was outstanding! Barbecued Shrimp, Candied bacon, Filet and Halibut were all awesome! Only thing I would say is that I know you all were trying to surprise us for our anniversary, but you let us order dessert and you gave us an additional dessert for our anniversary. You should have told us so that we didn't order two and there was no way we could finish both desserts! Food was soooo good, sad that you all are closing as I would definitely love to come back here!
What is sad is this is one of the best restaurants at the Palazzo Hotel in Las Vegas.
Because of the stupidity of the plaza hotel to take up the escalators because the previous owner downstairs backed out of his deal the restaurant is completely cut off and is not going out of business this is so sad to all those customers that I’ve enjoyed that restaurant for the last seven years.
I hope it will open another restaurant like table 10 somewhere in Las Vegas we can go it is said they’re going out of business
Wonderful service and fantastic food! I had the filet which was amazing.
One of those places that tries to hit above their weight with modern decor and background music but has cheap cutlery with fork tines that are bent. The wait staff were polite but not outstanding and the wine-by-the-glass choices were terrible (sent back the white sauv blanc and the cab sauv was way too sweet).
Hate to be so negative, but we went out of our way to go here and expected a much better experience.
We had friends come in and had a wonderful dinner. Micky was our server and she was very helpful in choosing a wine.
They are closing by 12-31-2017, so their wine cellar was limited, but we found a great one.
Nice restaurant and the main dish was very good, but we have a few criticisms.
First, we got to the restaurant early to have a cocktail at the bar before diner. We both ordered a glass of red wine that should have been served slightly cool. Instead, it was served in a hot glass that was straight from the dishwasher, so the wine was served much too warm.
Our reservation was for 8pm on Saturday night. I would have expected a bigger crowd, but the place was only about 25% full - reservations were clearly not needed. Looking into the kitchen, it’s obviously built to handle a larger staff than was present, and to handle a much bigger crowd.
The wait staff is nice and served us well, but the meal took much longer than expected to arrive. Considering the lack of a crowd, this was also surprising and disappointing.
There is nothing served with the meal. The only things on the table prior to your food arriving are salt and pepper shakers. No bread, and no offer to bring something.
The meal and salad were both very good. I had the Gulf Shrimp Carbonara and my wife had the Filet Mignon.
There just seems to be some things missing. Not sure if this is by design, or if the place is being poorly managed.
Seems to have a lot of potential, but I’ll be surprised if it’s still here in a year. There are too many better choices for the money on the strip.
Edited - Fercrissake. I wish I had known ahead of time that they had already planned to close...
Excellent good choice. Great service without any hassle to be in and out of the restaurant.
We enjoyed a small family Thanksgiving dinner at Table 10, and it was absolutely lovely. Our server, Raphael, was charming and knowledgeable, and the food was outstanding. My kids ordered the salmon and the flounder, each of which was delectable. I ordered the butternut squash ravioli, and delighted in every bite. And, the Mexican street corn side dish was so outstanding that we ordered a second! Had it not been our last night in Vegas, we would have tried to return for a second night!
Our party of 8 had thanksgiving dinner there. Turkey dinner was outstanding and the portions were very good. Deserts were great, but a little pricey for what you got...11 to 14 dollars each dessert. 4 small beignets, 1.5 -2 inch wide of slice of pumpkin pie. My only issue was service, outstanding at first, then never saw our waiter. We had to ask someone for dessert, water, additional glass of wine...not good.
sadly, the ambience really let the place down. menu was fine, just not the NOLA cuisine you expect from emeril. not a memorable dinner or evening. felt like a wasted night in vegas
Very marginal...of all the great places to eat in Vegas...this isn't one of them.