Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres remains one of Las Vegas’ best restaurants

Inside the beautifully renovated Sahara Las Vegas you’ll find one of the best restaurants in all of Vegas, Bazaar Meat by José Andrés. The interior is gorgeous.

Bazaar Meat is essentially a steakhouse, but with some of the most innovative “classics” you’ll find. It’s an exciting menu, from appetizers to entrées—known for foie gras cotton candy mini cones, liquid olives and gazpacho shots.

Beef carpaccio is a classic, and you can get that here with sirloin, Savora mustard and rolls. But you’ll also find the beefsteak tomato tartare, a dish that is vegan, but looks like a tartare—it’s incredibly flavorful, too. Go for salmon tartare or the Jamón Ibérico de Bellota. The ham has wowed fans for years, and amazingly really tastes of acorn.

Get oysters or king crab from the raw bar, or a “Not Your Everyday Caprese” salad, where the heirloom tomatoes and basil pesto are accompanied by liquid mozzarella.

And the fire pit, dominating the kitchen, issues forth such things as a quarter of a suckling pig, dry-aged strip loin in monumental sizes (20 ounces), or the more petite flat-iron steak (8 ounces). Each steak is sourced from a producer from New Zealand to Texas.

Sahara Las Vegas, 702.761.7610

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