I'm not even going to try and explain this restaurant.
The location is out-of-the-way, in a strip mall in the recently developed Southern Highlands neighborhood. Even in that unpromising environment, Off The Strip is hidden away almost apologetically and is difficult to find unless you are specifically looking for it.
On entering, the place looks and feels like a small, undistinguished neighborhood watering hole and restaurant. The colors are warm but dark, and the decor is uninspired.
But stay a while, friends. You will discover the difference as soon as you sit down. Service is fast, attentive, friendly and strikes exactly the right balance between attention and distance. And as you will shortly discover, the food, unexpectedly, can hold its own against most of the far fancier and more expensive restaurants on the Strip. I'll just mention one thing that particularly stood out: their Caesar salad is probably the best I've had anywhere in the world.
I cannot explain this bizarre phenomenon. But I urge you to take advantage of it before it vanishes back into the time-space portal from which it unexpectedly arrived.