Tender Steak and Seafood at Luxor
Just The Facts, Please.
Luxor, Casino Level.
Sunday - Thursday, 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Friday - Saturday, 5:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Sunday – Thursday, 4:30 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
Friday – Saturday, 4:30 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
Chef KC Fazel
Sun-Thurs three course Dinner $39 Includes soup or salad; entree; dessert.
The restaurant also has a lounge area.
Sample Menu Items
RibEye:natural dry-aged black angus Niman beef (bone-in 20 oz) $49
Filet Mignon: natural certified angus beef (boneless 12 oz) $46
Sautéed Hawaiian blue prawns: rice pilaf and Manhattan clam chowder-style sauce $25
Wild Mushroom Soup: creamed wild mushrooms with caramelized onion $8
American Kobe beef meatloaf stroganoff: with foie gras, black truffles, sun-dried tomatoes, cippoline onions, wild mushroom sour cream sauce and fettuccine $30
Surf and Turf Kobe Burger: grilled American Kobe beef burger, seared Alaskan king crab medallions, artichoke aioli and French fries $30
Mavens Overview: Tender
Tender Steak and Seafood Restaurant at Luxor is just one of many Steakhouses in Las Vegas. It is not one of the top steakhouse in Vegas, but it does have some interesting menu items to attract patrons, such as: Kobe Beef burgers; Kobe Beef Meatloaf; A large selection of artisan cheeses for appetizer; Bison steaks.
The internet buzz is mixed, and there were some comments that is truly unforgivable for a steakhouse, steaks not properly cooked. Not all was negative, some patrons had steaks they rated the best they have ever had. The restaurant decor also received positive comments, with dark woods and dark leather chairs.
Internet Buzz: Tender
- Maybe I am getting more Goth as I age, but I really enjoy the dark, mysterious vibe, and Tender does it up dark and toasty. Dark woods, black chairs, including a furry chair that I might be afraid to sit in but enjoyed looking at, lots of leather and heavy chandeliers. I was completely sold on the atmosphere
- My steak came out over cooked -- asked for medium, and got medium well teetering on well. So that had to be sent back -- the second one was right on. Cooked just right. But not a lot of flavor, or seasoning. Reason being is that they want you to try one of their six different accompaniments with it.
- The Salmon appetizer was terrific!! You get Salmon three different ways. The cold and hot were awesome. The tartar was simply magnificent, and caviar, well it was my first try -- and I didn't mind it, and this is from a non-fish person. Terrific way to start.
- One of the best steaks I've had in Vegas.... and anywhere for that matter. Their price fix menu is a great deal! Sun-Thurs $39.99 3-courses includes your choice of meat; I recommend the rib-eye med/rare.
- The surf and turf burger (HOW DECADENT! kobe beef and lobster?!?) which was one of the most amazing things ever.
- felt like there was nothing special about the food or restaurant. It had a nice ambiance, the services was good, and the sides were fine (we had potatoes and asparagus). But nothing about this place popped. If I'm going to pay an arm and a leg for a steak it better blow my mind.
- Bottom line was that the whole experience was horrible, service was weak, food was lacking, and we felt very rushed to get out of there since we were one of the last tables.
- Awesome Kobe beef selection. Probably best selection of Kobe beef (from Japan, the US and Australia) in Las Vegas. The Kobe melts in your mouth.
- Got the Japanese Wagyu fillet (I just can't help myself). Was it like true Japanese Wagyu? No. Was it one of the best fillets I have ever eaten. Probably. Does that make it worth the three digit price tag? Probably not.