People are forever complaining about the high prices of Las Vegas, how everything is so expensive. But when you break it all down, you have to remember that you’re mostly paying for convenience. The fact that you have the food court right beside the slots is a benefit to you the gamer and the casino itself. Try to take the high prices is stride, remember that it is still YOUR money. If you don’t like the price, go across the street… be sure to look both ways!
Cypress Street is a quaint little food court strategically placed at the junction of the entrance to the Forum Shops, the theater entrance and an array of slot machines. The food court offers BBQ, burgers, salads, Asian cuisine and a coffee shop. Nothing terribly memorable to write about as far as the food or service goes. The food was made quickly and fresh, service was provided with a smile and the place was kept perfectly clean. It’s seems like such a simple philosophy, but when it’s not there, people notice right away. The prices might be a little high, but Las Vegas has no shortage of places to eat, and while you can probably find something cheaper from a street vendor on Las Vegas blvd, I’d much rather be in an air conditioned building with plenty of beautiful artwork to gaze upon while I eat for a few dollars more.
I would certainly eat there again, but I wouldn't make a special trip for it.
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