This casual dining restaurant located in the MGM Grand has food that is just as vibrant as the decor. Bright colors and a lively atmosphere are the ... More
This casual dining restaurant located in the MGM Grand has food that is just as vibrant as the decor. Bright colors and a lively atmosphere are the backdrop for the authentic, but creative Mexican cuisine that is served. Seating is centered around the bar so be sure to have sample some of their Sangria while munching on the many offerings that Diego provides. Reservations are highly recommended here, so be sure to book early either online or by phone.
The sangria is far from authentic, way to sweet and fizzy like they use lemon lime soda in the mix, ceviche was great very flavorful, our entrees were much to be desired, I had the seafood pot, my companion had the cheese enchladas, both were horrible. Service was very poor and expressed very little knowledge about the menu. The chairs were very uncomfortable and the table was wobbly. Not worth the price they are charging. Go to Lasalsa in Planet Holliwood it is much, much better.
My husband and I really enjoyed Diego. The food was excellent and at a great price for a fine dining restaurant in vegas. The staff was very nice and attentive. Our waiter was also very personable and had a good sense of humor. They were always refilling our water and asking if there was anything they could do. They always checked up on us at the perfect times, not too much to be bothersome, but they never left us waiting either. The restaurant was packed-it was a saturday night and there were a few large parties there, so I was impressed with the service. We ordered a beer, a margarita, two appetizers, and two entrees, for a total bill of $68. We both felt it was well worth it.
Coming from So-cal, and living in the Santa-Ana area where authentic Mexican food are a dime in a dozen, Diego definitely is just another run of the mill fancy Mexican cuisine that you can get anywhere. However the hit on your pocket book is another story of its own.
I have to say I did enjoy their food. Did I think it was worth the price that I paid at the end of the night? Not at all. I ordered a plate of tacos, enchilada, carne asada plate and also including 4 beers. My total came out to be about $140 before tip? Anytime when a Mexican restaurant charges into the triple digits, its probably not worth the price of admission. The location isn't all that great. You are in the middle of the casino walkway where there is constant foot traffic. People are constantly peaking on to your table to see what you are eating, so I wouldn't exactly call it romantic.
I wasn't satisfied or disappointed by Diego. I just expected them to charge a little less.
The service was horrible...we even had to ask them a few times to refill our drinks. The food was not worth the money at all...everything was way over priced and lemme tell ya, you dont get what you pay for at all. I would not recommend this place to anyone.
A staple of Las Vegas Italian restaurants for more than 20 years, this cozy bistro has served the famous (Sinatra
himself) and the not so famous. All entrees include unlimited red or white house wine, and usually you will ...
Transport to this restaurant at Star Trek The Experience for an out of this world dining treat. The atmosphere is
just right for sci fi fans or for those who want something 'different'. Try the Power Grid Potstickers, pork ...
The Flamingo, Bugsy Siegel's desert dream, is located on the famous Four Corners of the Las Vegas Strip, contains grandiose
features, such as a 77,000 square foot casino, headline entertainment, a wildlife habitat, and a water playground, and is ...