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BISCAYNE STEAK, SEA & WINE ******                                 LOCATION: LAS VEGAS Website: http://www.troplv.com/las-vegas/restaurants/biscayne-steakhouse-seafood Located at the Tropicana Casino, this restaurant specializes mostly in steaks and seafood dishes (as the name might imply :-). It offers two seating areas outside of the main room (on the side of the restaurant row walk-through). As far as the interior is concerned, it’s all kept very conservative in a comfortable, subdued, but nonetheless upscale style. So you will encounter a lot of cream leather, brown wood, pictures of boats, sails and other nautical paraphernalia as well as lights obviously intended to be dimmed, but still way too bright. The concept does not strike as very original, but I suppose it’s familiar and comforting, no controversies there. The guests who frequented the establishment on this particular evening were clothed very elegantly for the most part, certainly a lot better than the average dining venue clientele (let’s face it, most Las Vegas residents do not dress to impress, flip-flops and ratty T-shirts being their attire of choice). Biscayne definitely emanates a kind of old-fashioned, classic atmosphere, even the servers were dressed in fancy uniforms with white waistcoats and jackets. Therefore you might be under the impression that with all that affluence they would make sure their tables did not wobble? Indeed you would. But no, ours wobbled so much it was like eating on an overactive cradle! Even though the place seemed fairly busy (lively and loud, with big parties in attendance), our waiter was very friendly and attentive. He came regularly to ask us how we were getting along. Even the manager made his rounds to ensure all the patrons felt well taken care of. The food was quite good, too. The bread basket contained freshly baked ware (even though of the soft, not crispy variety unfortunately). I had the Biscayne Chop Salad (full of delicious seafood) and the Filet Mignon, grilled to be just the perfect medium rare. No complaints there. What I found rather ridiculous, however, was the fact that with the prices they charge you (the Filet Mignon alone costs $47 a pop) their dishes don’t come with any sides!!! Pardon me, mine came with a bowl of corn so tiny I needed a microscope to view it. Paying this much you would normally expect a choice of at least two side dishes (normally sized). Personally I truly hate it when restaurants do this: it seems very cheap and inconsiderate towards the guests. Because of that I did not rate Biscayne as highly as I would otherwise; I simply consider it rather poor value for money. You can find comparable (even nicer) venues offering a much better deal.
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BISCAYNE STEAK, SEA & WINE ******                                 LOCATION: LAS VEGAS Website: http://www.troplv.com/las- vegas/restaurants/biscayne-steakhouse-seafood Located at the Tropicana Casino, this restaurant specializes mostly in steaks and seafood dishes (as the name might imply :-). It offers two seating areas outside of the main room (on the side of the restaurant row walk-through). As far as the interior is concerned, it’s all kept very conservative in a comfortable, subdued, but nonetheless upscale style. So you will encounter a lot of cream leather, brown wood, pictures of boats, sails and other nautical paraphernalia as well as lights obviously intended to be dimmed, but still way too bright. The concept does not strike as very original, but I suppose it’s familiar and comforting, no controversies there. The guests who frequented the establishment on this particular evening were clothed very elegantly for the most part, certainly a lot better than the average dining venue clientele (let’s face it, most Las Vegas residents do not dress to impress, flip-flops and ratty T-shirts being their attire of choice). Biscayne definitely emanates a kind of old-fashioned, classic atmosphere, even the servers were dressed in fancy uniforms with white waistcoats and jackets. Therefore you might be under the impression that with all that affluence they would make sure their tables did not wobble? Indeed you would. But no, ours wobbled so much it was like eating on an overactive cradle! Even though the place seemed fairly busy (lively and loud, with big parties in attendance), our waiter was very friendly and attentive. He came regularly to ask us how we were getting along. Even the manager made his rounds to ensure all the patrons felt well taken care of. The food was quite good, too. The bread basket contained freshly baked ware (even though of the soft, not crispy variety unfortunately). I had the Biscayne Chop Salad (full of delicious seafood) and the Filet Mignon, grilled to be just the perfect medium rare. No complaints there. What I found rather ridiculous, however, was the fact that with the prices they charge you (the Filet Mignon alone costs $47 a pop) their dishes don’t come with any sides!!! Pardon me, mine came with a bowl of corn so tiny I needed a microscope to view it. Paying this much you would normally expect a choice of at least two side dishes (normally sized). Personally I truly hate it when restaurants do this: it seems very cheap and inconsiderate towards the guests. Because of that I did not rate Biscayne as highly as I would otherwise; I simply consider it rather poor value for money. You can find comparable (even nicer) venues offering a much better deal.
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