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Jun 05

A Divine Lunch at Emeril Lagasse’s Table 10

Table 10

Table 10

On a recent trip to Las Vegas with my lovely wife, we decided to stop in at Table 10 for a quick lunch.  In all honesty, it was a last moment choice because neither of us could actually say we’re a true fan of Mr. Lagasse, it was just happened to be the most convenient place to eat, and it also did not have a wait.  Centered around a beautiful bar, you will find casual New Orleans eatery with a menu that emphasizes market fresh ingredients.

After scanning the menu I knew I had to start with an order of one of my favorite decadent treats, Roasted Beef Marrow Bones served with toasted brioche – sea salt ($11).  Having been blown away with the marrow bones of Bouchon the previous night, my expectations were low as I thought for sure they could not compare.  Fortunately, I was so wrong. The bone marrow had that rich, delicious, sumptuousness to it, and had a nice rustic mouth feel.  I was in bone marrow heaven.

I also ordered a bowl of the Chicken & Andouille Sausage Gumbo served with steamed rice ($10).  Although, I have only had a few gumbos in my lifetime, this is by far the best I have ever had.  The chicken was so tender, the Andouille was nice and spicy, and the depth of flavors in this dish was d-y-n-a-m-i-t-e!

My wife, Christine, decided to order the Frisee Salad which is served with a poached egg, lardons, and a champagne vinaigrette ($11).  She was in heaven with this upscale salad.  The poached egg was cooked perfectly and the champagne vinaigrette added a lovely tang to cut the richness of the egg and lardons.  She could not stop raving about the salad and was quite satisfied!

Overall, we were very happy with our trip to Table 10!  It is the perfect lunch destination to break to while shopping or playing some Black Jack.

Table 10 is located @ The Palazzo

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