Table 10 at Palazzo
Just The Facts, Please.
Sunday - Thursday
11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday
11:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m
Dinner Entrees $25+
The name Table 10 is synonymous with the spirit of Emeril's restaurants. This spirit began nearly twenty years ago, at a modest table (numbered 10 on the floor plan) in an unassuming building in the warehouse district of New Orleans. Daily rituals were performed here – reviewing design plans, writing menus, interviewing staff and exploring new ideas — as they prepared for the opening of Lagasse's first restaurant. When Emeril's Restaurant opened its doors on March 24, 1990, every evening ended at table no. 10 From Palazzo Web Site Table 10 Page
Sample Menu Items
Iowa Raised Whole Roasted Suckling Pig "Porchetta"
Wiser farm heirloom carrots – roasted garlic sauce $33
Stuffed, Whole Rodgers Farm Young Chicken
fennel, artichoke, fingerling potato, roasted garlic stuffing – gremolata $26
Rotisserie Gulf White Shrimp and Grits
Anson Mills hominy and tomato stew $35
Lobster Mac-n-Cheese - Aged Vermont White Cheddar $19
Truffle Mac-n-Cheese - Aged Vermont White Cheddar $11
Emeril's Banana Cream Pie
with chocolate shavings, caramel sauce and whipped cream $10
Mavens Overview: Table 10
Table 10 at Palazzo is yet another of Emeril Lagasse's restaurants in Las Vegas. For a brief description on the name "Table 10" read the notes on the right column below.
Table 10 serves Lunch and Dinner, the food has a Cajun/creole influence, this is one of Emeril Lagasses restaurants after all. The Internet Buzz in general favorable, but not overwhelmingly so. As there are several comments that the food is more hit or miss, than a restaurant of this caliber, and price, should be.
Internet Buzz: Table 10
- Dark woods, low lighting, modern, but not kitchy. What I thought was a bit odd... not that their patrons look up much and stare at the ceiling... was that the ceiling was a wire/mesh where you could see through it to the pipes and ducts and stuff that run through the ceiling. I thought it seemed a little too industrial in that respect.
- The dishes can be hit or miss. Haven't really enjoyed some of their pork dishes even though I love pork. If you go there for lunch you can get a really good burger. Anything with couscous has been really tasty.
- We got the mussels, calamari, bacon. The calamari was underwhelming. The mussels were delicious. But the hands down best (and surprisingly cheapest) dish was the bacon. The bacon was OUT OF THIS WORLD. It came with a brown sugar dipping sauce. Perfectly fried, crispy, crunchy, chewy in all the right ways... and for the price you get surprisingly a lot of it.
- The pork marinated in rum and cooked medium rare was like cutting a stick of butter tender, it was by far the best prepared pork I've had to date!
- I think this place has the best scallops ever, and I'm not even a big scallop fan. They're perfectly cooked and always amazing. The bread is to die for, and I really like the mosaic tables and the overall sultry vibe of the place.
- Seared Mahi Mahi served with homemade chorizo sausage and tortilla hash with corn coulis --delicious. Creative mixture of flavors that came together to create a good chemistry on my palate.
- I had the small striped bass, a whole, deboned/deheaded poached in olive oil . The texture was fantastic, the sauce was light and complementary to the fish, and the portion was massive - well worth the $32.
- Food: inconsistent:
-Baby bibb salad $9 AWESOME, it was like a BLT w/o the bun.
-Table 10 salad $10, mixed greens, very plain, pass on this.
-Miso Cod $13, surprisingly good for a Cajun joint. -Tartare Trio $12, a little too much sauce and cream, but it was good.
-Sirloin $36, sliced pieces of buttery steak and demi glace, very good.
-Trio of sorbet $9, too sweet.
-Bread pudding $9, excellent.
-Chocolate cake $9, flourless, but just too sugary sweet.