Canal Street at the Orleans
Just The Facts, Please.
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Closed Monday & Tuesday
No Celebrity Chef, just talented regular kitchen folk.
Steaks and Seafood
Three Course with wine pairing for $45
A sign that locals frequent The Orleans is the following note on their web site:
Voted "Best Hotel Steak House In Las Vegas" in Las Vegas Review-Journal Dining Editors' Poll.
Sample Menu Items
All Main Entrées Served With Our House Salad
Bone-In Cuts and Steaks
20oz Bone-In Rib Eye $30
24oz Porterhouse $34
8oz Filet Mignon $28
12oz Filet Mignon $32
18oz New York Strip Loin $30
Colorado Lamb $30
Served Two Ways - Traditional Herb-Crusted Half Rack or Chili, Sugar and Cilantro Crusted Lamb Lollipops Over Hummus and Topped with Olive Tapenade and Cucumber Yogurt Sauce
Roast Prime Rib of Beef 12oz Cut $21 / 16oz Cut $25
To Insure the Highest Quality and Tenderness, We Dry-Age Our Prime Ribs on the Property. Seasoned with Sea Salt and Cracked Pepper Then Slow Roasted for Your Dining Pleasure
Sautéed Jumbo Shrimp Scampi $26
Jumbo Shrimp, Fresh Herbs, Roast Garlic and Tomato Concasse in a Butter Sauce Served Over Capellini Pasta
Chilean Sea Bass Napoleon $28
Seared Sea Bass Medallions Layered with Portobello Mushroom, Roasted Peppers, Fresh Spinach and Topped with Goat Cheese and Drizzled with Citrus Beurre Blanc
Mavens Overview: Canal Street
Canal Street at the Orleans is an "Old School" style Vegas Steak house, that is particularly popular with locals. Prices are reasonable, and even include a salad with all entrees, something patrons particularly appreciate.
The Internet Buzz is favorable, however, keep in mind expectations of most patrons have been lowered accordingly, since the Orleans is a budget casino.
Internet Buzz: Canal Street
- Everything is old school and at the same time special. The entrée was rack of lamb - very tender and flavorful. I ordered a side of asparagus which was broiled and tangy and wonderful. On another visit I've had melt-in-your-mouth filet mignon. I finished up with a cappuccino served with sticks of rock sugar.
- The decor is very old fashioned.. then again, the entire hotel can use a little upgrading. we were greeted by a very friendly woman who's clothing and age matched the decor..
- The dinner salad with the house raspberry vinaigrette dressing was quite good and was included with the price of the entree. That's a nice change of pace considering most high end steak houses don't include the salad and you have to pay extra if you want one.
- I had the filet mignon and ordered it medium. It was absolutely awesome! Definitely one of the best steaks I have ever had. It was cooked perfectly, was very tender with absolutely no fat or gristle at all. They gave me a steak knife, but honestly I probably could have cut it with a butter knife.
- This place is for old people with a lot of time on their hands. I waited so long for my food that I ended up eating all the bread in the bread basket three times Looking around, it was like feeding time at the old age home. I can't fault them for anything because this is what the place is all about. The food was good and well done. I'm picky and the food was good.
- Canal Street is the type of place you would expect to run you $200 for a couple and yet you can easily walk away without going over $60.
- This place was recommended by a local friend for a nice steak house for locals. He was so right on. This place is a little old school with steaks, seafood and sides that do not require one take out a mortgage to cover the check. Must be me (or the economy), but I am getting tired of paying $60 for an ala carte steak in Vegas. Anyway, the filet was stellar.