Hard to find now that the 215 is close and neighborhoods have sprung up all around the restaurant. Bob T's has been around since the mid-1950s and the restaurant is a true ranch house. I don't think anything has been updated! The road to the restaurant is dirt and bumpy and the decor is VERY rustic. I was waiting to see a bunch of cowboys ride in from the range for supper (I mean no offense to cowboys)! :)
The menu has lots of meat, obviously, and offer huge portions of it. The baked potatoes are also huge. The salad is very simple, but the dressing was good, as was the garlic cheese bread. Our group ordered beef filet, porterhouse, strip, lamb (no sauce), and prime rib. The filet cuts were not consistent (and both ordered the 8 ounce) and I don't think the porterhouse cut was great either; the prime rib was sent back because it was raw in the middle. The steaks were good but not great--they advertise (menu) that they use the best beef in the country but I beg to differ. The wine list is very limited and the cocktails weren't very strong.
I have to mention the service, which we found very lacking, and the restaurant wasn't even that busy (it was a week day). The wait person never once came to pour wine or find out if everyone was OK; we had to flag her down to get the prime rib order corrected and instead of bringing a fresh piece properly cooked they brought the meat back after cooking it over flame. One last thing, it was an expensive meal.
This was my 2nd time eating here; I think it will be my last. Vegas has a slew of steak-oriented restaurants; next time we'll try another.
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