I purchased a Groupon to try this restaurant out ($15 for $30). It’s located at Treasure Island, Las Vegas. Since I was staying at TI, it was perfect. I did make reservation since it was a Friday night.
I love raspberries
The atmosphere was warm and inviting.
The meal came with free salsa and chips, which came on a elevated stand. I thought the salsa wasn’t anything remarkable.
The mojitos though, woah, were some of the best ones I’ve had. Oh-la-la!
Karan and I shared three dishes. And we did enjoy all three. My favorite was the chile relleno. It was the second best chile relleno I’ve tasted. The best being Ted’s.
Groupon definitely helped with the bill. But even without Groupon, I would try this restaurant again, especially its mojitos.
I crave for Malaysian comfort food all the time. I was lucky to find Satay Asian Bistro in Vegas, just 10 minutes walk from my hotel. The food is the most authentic Malaysian food I ever tasted in USA; some even better than the versions in Malaysia. I went there four times in five days! Even Anthony Bourdain has featured some dishes from this restaurant in his show. The food that I ordered are every day comfort food. It’s funny that these dishes are so cheap in Malaysia that only cafes and roadside stalls carry them. In USA, they are the most sought after dishes and are selling for around USD 9 each dish (except the appetizers).
Satay Asian Bistro & Bar, Paradise Rd, Vegas (Not very fancy from outside)
Outdoor dining area
Roti Canai (multi-layered flatbread served with curry dip) YUM! The curry tastes exactly the same as the ones in Malaysia!