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About Table 10
Table 10 is the junction between casual dining and world-class food, offering a fresh and modern approach to classic New Orleans flavor. Highlighting fresh, seasonal ingredients, the menu emphasizes the classic flavors that established Emeril Lagasse as one of the world’s most beloved chefs. Take a seat at the Snack Bar, a lively feature of many of Emeril’s restaurants, and enjoy small plates with uninterrupted views of the grill stations and the busy kitchen as well as two flaming rotisseries that are used continuously throughout the day. Oversized steel columns and beams frame the restaurant’s front façade, with colored glass canopies opening out over the sidewalk café.
The Shoppes at Palazzo
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Creole, Organic, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily 11:00am - 5:00pm; Dinner: Daily 5:00pm - 10:00pm ; Happy Hours: Daily: 3:00pm - 6:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking at the Venetian l Palazzo resorts
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Regional and ingredient driven, the menu at Table 10 is derived from Chef Emeril Lagasse’s life-long career of sourcing the best produce from boutique farmers and vendors across the country. The vibe at Table 10 is an infusion of hip design with New Orleans hospitality and comfort.
Table 10 Ratings and Reviews
The food and service were both excellent. I'm really glad to see a celebrity restaurant that lives up to its celebrity roots. This is not a restaurant that is just living off its name. It actually has some very good selections. I can wholeheartedly recommend this restaurant.
We had the bacon wrapped dates, boneless filet mignon, mushrooms, sweet potatoes and banana cream pie. All was incredible! We've eaten at Delmonico before and weren't as impressed with the steak there as we were with the steak at Table 10.
We'll definitely be back to Table 10.
Banana cream pie is the best ever in the world !!!!!
Food could have been hotter and the pork chop cooked less. I specified med so it wouldn't be dry and was a bit dry. My husband got the tenderloin grilled it had no grill marks seemed steamed and wasn't med rare m like he ordered it , the weirdest thing was the crabmeat was ice cold. The waitress said that's how it is prepared. I don't believe it. I was disappointed a bit. Especially seeing Emeril on tv cooking. It needs a little work . I would assume Emerils standards would be higher. th restaurant was very slow but service was overwhelming but excellent.
Elegance in every moment and bite. Once catch conversations echo and its loud. Fine dining with flavor, style, and 6 star service. We were pleased to come back to our favorite steak house in all of Las Vegas. Truly value regardless of the prices. We will obviously be back again before leaving town.
Fantastic food (well, it is Emeril after all). Staff was very friendly but not overbearing. Had a live duo planning.....they were very good. Desserts are to die for. You have got to get the Meyer Lemon creme brûlée......I cannot even describe how good it is!!!!! Second time dining here and will be back next time in Vegas!!!!! We are from Louisiana, do we know good food.... Lol!
First Emeril Restaurant I've been disappointed with. My wife ordered oysters and got a rank one. I was also disappointed with the ribeye. The cut wasn't up to Emeril standards in my opinion. Service was great and they didn't charge us for the oysters.
Sometimes when you eat at a restaurant with a big chef's name in it....the food does not have the true quality it should. Table 10 was not in that category, the food was superb. From the BBQ shrimp and the kale salad, to the main course. The double. It pork chop had great flavor and was cooked perfectly. The mac and cheese was creamy not grainy, the cheese has a wonderful flavor. Met the Chef, Robert. He is gracious and engaging. We had a great dining experience.
I had read some reviews that weren't great, but decided to give this a shot, especially because the desert looked delicious. While I'm glad I tried it, I won't return. I won't suggest anyone should either.
We arrived to find few people at the restaurant. Not even the bar had many in there. That should've been a clue, but to be fair the restaurant is not in a great spot and there is some construction going on right in front of it.
My husband and I ordered drinks. He had the root beer one and that was unique and good. I had a non-alcoholic Starburst drink and added a shot of vodka and that was not good. It didn't taste like a Starburst at all but a tequila sunrise with bad OJ. Like that watered down OJ you get from a machine. When I mentioned this to the server he said "yeah, they don't use good orange juice." He was very nice and offered me a new drink. I had a new one and is was fine. But that's the problem. It was just OK. Nothing great.
My husband ordered the filet, I had the ahi tuna that was supposed to come with bok choy and a side of candied sweet potatoes.
The filet was good, ahi was fine but came with what I'd say she was cole slaw made from sliced jalapeños and yellow and r d bell peppers. It was different and good (albeit spicey), but I thought odd it didn't come with what it was supposed to and nothing was said about this substitution. The sweet potatoes were meh. The problem is that they were cut in different sizes (from 1/2 in to 2 in chunks) , so some pieces were mushy, some just right, the larger pieces were half hard. Sloppy prep work = inconsistent finished product.
Given all this, we opted to walk around and look for desert elsewhere.
I really hoped for a better experience. As a celebrity chef restaurant all ingredients should be at average if not a bit above average, certainly not low-end. Consistency in menu and prep should be a given.
With so many other options, I just can't find a reason to return to or recommend Table10
I had the bacon appetizer which was outrageously good and large enough for two. The sea bass was on a tomato sauce that was both rich and slightly sweet at the same time. My wife had the chicken and andouille gumbo that was also incredibly rich. Her chicken entree was very tasting and absolutely tender. Another great Emeril Legasse
meal and restaurant.
One of our favorites when we visit the Palazzo in Las Vegas, and continues to be consistently good. Open Table reservations honored on time at 6:30 and were sat immediately. The menu is short, but provides a single variety of most types of dishes, which is both a positive (consistency) and negative (no new items). They were still offering the 3 course / $50 restaurant week deal, so we both chose that options. 1st course: Beet salad / BBQ Shrimp – both are smaller portions, but were well flavored. 2nd Course: Farro Verde / Strip Steak – this was the best of all courses, a full size dinner and both entrees were excellent. Farro Verde is a vegetarian dish with grains and vegetables, in a rich buttery sauce. The steak was cooked to perfection at medium rare, pre-sliced, and tender enough to cut with a fork! The steak was a bit oily, and the dish could have supported a better starch instead of the shoestring frites which were very difficult to eat (neatly anyway). The Farro Verde actually went very well with the steak, best reason to eat with others! 3rd Course: Banana Crème Pie / Crème Brulee – Full size desserts and a sweet ending to the dinner. Mike our Server was very attentive, and introduce his team mates that would also serve us during the course of the dinner, which was nice, it saved on confusion on who was who during the dinner. Special notes – if you want a quieter place to talk, sit on the outside of the main restaurant, no noise echo and the hall traffic is very minimal. Overall, Table 10 was still a vey good dependable option for dinner.
Table 10 offers a limited but delicious collection of classic and elegant dishes with creative displays. The staff was friendly and attentive to our dining needs--a glass was never left empty. Everyone in our group thoroughly enjoyed their meals and eachothers. We were all left satisfied and more than willing to come to Table 10 again. The live music was also enjoyable and, despite being in the middle of a shopping mall, there was considerable privacy and quiet at our table.
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