Our food was undercooked and just unacceptable! I sent back my first dish because it was just awful! I explaines that I was pregnanat and coulld not have undercooked meat and my next dish was also undercooked! For price the portions were super small! The sorbet was three TEASPOONS of sorbet, althought the sorbet was 2 year old sized portions it was tasty! We left there and went ovet to Joes and had a great meal for half the price!
We ate at Bradley Ogden in October 2008. We were at a table for six. The appetizers arrived but my wife's order of blue cheese souffle did not. None of the serving staff noticed or checked. I had to stop one of the serving staff and advise them that we were missing an order. My wife's appetizer arrived after 5 minutes when the rest of us were almost finished ours. One person ordered a rib eye steak cooked medium. The steak came to the table dripping in blood closer to a rare steak. We had to send it back. By the time it returned, the rest of us were done eating. Not what I would expect from a restaurant that wants a five star rating. I don't think I will return to this establishment.
Bradley Ogden is in a class with The Inn at Little Washington and Charlie Trotter's in Chicago - Simply outstanding! They have a fine wine list all from American wineries and the staff provided a wonderful dining experience. I started with one of their signature items, the Twice Baked Maytag Blue Cheese Souffle with water cress, heirloom beets and candied walnuts. This was the absolute best I have ever had!
My wife had the Organic Sweet Corn Soup with black pepper cracker, gulf rock shrimp, and lemon verbena. The flavor was fresh and the oraganic corn was sweet and crisp. This was followed by the Farmer's Market Green Salad with brioche crouton, asparagus with buttermilk herb dressing - intense flavors all around.
I had an entree of South Dakota Bison with english pea agnolotti, baby carrots and crispy shallots. This was done to perfection moist and delicate.
The deserts were the best. Strawberry shortcake and Chocolate creame puffs. Lighter than air and 'o so delicious.
As with all five star restaurants the dollars spent were well worth it.
If you are looking for a truly outstanding restraunt, look no further. Ogdens, located in Ceasar's Palace, has oustanding food for both vegetarians and non. Service is outstanding, you are treated like a star. Ogden is known for his legendary food at his many other restraunts scattered across the coast of California. Best selection of Wine and Port in Vegas!
Dine and enjoy food in a cozy setting while being seated near celebrities, such as Celine Dion.
If you are going to Vegas, don't miss this place.
Price: Should not be considered when dining here. You can have a wonderful dinner for two for around $100.00 (no wine). Or, try the wine and port selection with an appetizer in the lounge if the Craps tables were not kind to you.
Date: If you are looking to impress your date, make sure you let the amazing staff at Ogden's know your coming in, they will make you feel like a celebrity.
Thanks for the great time!
Traverse City, MI
I really liked Bradley Ogden. The menu was sophisticated and was filled with surprises. I had bison and it was deliscious. The desert menu is where you will have real fun. Try Apples All Over. Like most upper tier restaraunts, Bradley Ogden can be expensive. Dinner for two with no wine will run just over $100.
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