Address: 2535 South Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Price Range: Moderate – Expensive
The most upscale restaurant at the SLS resort is the latest offering from Spanish chef José Andrés, serving up an eclectic menu that goes far beyond what you’ll find at a traditional American steakhouse. Setting it’s self apart from other restaurants by allowing guests to pull up a seat to the “meat bar” and choose your protein, everything from buffalo carpaccio and wild boar sausage to wagyu beef cheeks, wagyu steak by the pound, or a whole wood-fired pig. The menu is large and diverse for a steakhouse. Plus, it’s the only place you’ll find foie gras cotton candy.
Here are some of Bazaar Meat’s most popular dishes:
Suckling Pig (9 – 11 LB.) – Bazaar Meat describes this as, “This is the ‘heart and soul’ of Bazaar Meat! Nested in a Spanish cazuela and roasted in a wood-fired oven, this traditional method achieves a crispy skin and juicy interior. Served with ensalada mixta, lettuce, onions, tomatoes”
A5 Wagyu Eye of the Rib – From Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. It is cooked on an Ishiyaki grilling stone and comes with mustard frill salad and fresh wasabi.
Croquetas de Jamón – These delicious croquetas are filled with creamy bechamel filling and jamón de bellota.
Grilled Pulpo a la Gallega – Galician-style octopus, potatos and pimentón.
JAMÓN IBÉRICO DE BELLOTA – Fermin, Salamanca, Spain | Hand-cut from the famous black footed Spanish pig,, acorn-fed and free-range.
S’Mores – Made with Foie gras, chocolate, marshmallow and graham crackers.