The fact that this is the only free-standing restaurant remaining on the Strip and has been featured in numerous films (including the classic 'Casino') make it an essential dining experience.
Our cab driver on the way there was waxing lyrical about the Peppermill, so we knew we were in for something authentically Vegas, which is in very short supply these days. He also gave us a good tip about the portions - they are BIG, even by US standards. The beef nachos, along with being the best nachos I've ever had, easily filled two of us up. 'Proper' mains looked even more ridiculous, so bear this in mind when ordering!
Prices are very reasonable; the nachos were around $15 and even steaks only went up to about $30. Cocktails were decently priced too - around the $10 mark.
Be prepared for a wait for you table, but it's worth it. I'm not sure if you can pre-book, but arriving around midday for lunch on Saturday we spent 45 minutes in the fireside lounge waiting for a table for two. Not that that's a bad thing, as the lounge itself is incredible and definitely worth a look even if you don't have to wait for a table.
I can't wait to go back. There's a Philly Cheesesteak sandwich there with my name on it!
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