Embers Steakhouse at Imperial Palace
Just The Facts, Please.
5 pm-10pm, Thurs - Mon
No Celebrity Chef
$25+ All entrees include two side dishes.
Features table side salad and dessert preparation.
Sample Menu Items
All Entrees include the choice of two sides
Filet Mignon 8oz $33.95
Bone-in Rib Eye 16oz $31.95
New York 14oz $29.95
T-Bone 16oz $29.95
Surf & Turf $44.95
Petite 6oz Filet Mignon
and 4-5oz Lobster Tail
Chateaubriand for Two $59.95
16oz Filet Mignon, Carved Tableside
Includes choice of 4 Accompaniment Sides
Dipping Sauces $1.50 each
Add to any Entree
Red Wine Demi • Peppercorn • Béarnaise
Peppercorn Crusted, Salmon with Dill, Buerre Blanc Alaskan King Crab Legs 1 lb $29.95
with Drawn Butter, Lemon
Diver Scallops $24.95
Large Scallops Seared, Served on bed of Cous Cous with Lemon Buerre Blanc
Orange Roughy $24.95
Parmesan Crusted, Pan-Seared
Shrimp Scampi $23.95
Sautéed Shrimp in Garlic Wine Sauce
Twin Lobster Tails $36.95
Two 4-5 oz Cold Water Lobster Tails
Served with Drawn Butter, Lemon Australian Lobster Tail $46.95
8-10 oz Australian Lobster Tail Served with Drawn Butter, Lemon
Mavens Overview: Embers
Embers at Imperial Palace is a Vegas version of a budget Steakhouse, budget when compared to the other Steakhouses on the Strip. Entrees are not a la carte at Embers, but are served with a choice of two sides.
The Internet Buzz is mixed about Embers, which is certainly better than being universally bad. There does appear to be a consensus that the restaurant has a romantic ambiance, in a "Old School" sort of way.
Internet Buzz: Embers
- I have eaten here several times and I love it. The food is great and the atmosphere is quiet and romantic. I recommend this place to all of my friends especially couples. And you have to try the cherries jubilee, its fantastic!!
- The fireplace makes for a romantic atmosphere, the steaks are flame-broiled and succulent, and the rest of the menu is basic old-fashioned Continental with a touch of nostalgic snob appeal.
- The new york and the prime rib were great the Au Gratin Potatoes and the Escargot De Bourgeon ne were also great. Two people can split a meal easy. This will also keep you food cost down. The bread is the best free food ever.
- Its cheap and tacky. Service was good, food and decor are bad! Its located in the Imperial Palace.
- The service was surly and the food is not good. AVOID this place!
- Very friendly service, which we appreciated after the somewhat indifferent reception at the Harrah's check-in desk. The atmosphere felt somewhat enclosed and dark but was quiet after a hectic travel day. The warm spinach salad was one of the best salads I've ever had. The delmonico steak and chicken marsala was good, if not great. We should have ordered the chateaubriand, which is their specialty. Would definitely return.
- Got comped here so we went, not expecting much. The food was really good, steaks excellent, nice salad, good wine. I'd even go back and pay.
- Service was great! We ordered the Chateaubriand, with a side Caesar, and house salad with Blue cheese dressing. Both were great and so was the bread. The meat was an actual loin of beef. We ordered it medium, and when sliced it was hot pink and perfect inside. A little salt and pepper and you were in steak heaven. It is served with broccoli and a cheese tomatoes half. Garlic mashed potatoes and a hollandaise sauce condiment. This was by far a great meal, with plenty of food.