I passed the restaurant multiple times walking back and forth between my room and the meeting center at the Venetian so when we had a free night I booked a table for me and some colleagues, not really paying too much attention to prices or menu, I figured you cant go wrong with Italian at the Ventian.
I knew it wasnt an average place when we ordered a glass of wine while waiting to be seated - the cheapest glass of red was $15, most were above $20.
The waiter was knowledgeable and attentive, and asked how fast we needed to be out (I somehow suspect this is a marketing ploy, we saw plenty of people getting srved fairly fast). The menu and choices are really great, in the classic Italian starter-pasta-main 3 course style.
We got a plate of clamari (crispy, perfect) and pasta served together. Each of the 3 pasta dishes were quite good, no doubt homemade/fresh pasta. The mains were either a special of a finnel baked pork tenderloin with fennel (both colleagues said it was great) and I had saltimbocca - now here is where I wasnt completely impressed - it was 2 fairly crispy pieces of veal with perhaps some smoked ham too. But no sauce and with arugula. It clearly was different than most other saltimbocca I've had. It was ok not great.
The bill was 1-2 glasses of wine was about $330 for 3. So hey you're in Vegas, if you want a nice foodie meal be ready to pay for it.
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