It's always a delight to find a humble establishment that does everything a little better than it needs to. I'm not calling Munch Box a destination restaurant, but if you find yourself in the southeast, near 10604 S Eastern Ave, you can do worse than find your way to the nondescript strip mall and have breakfast or lunch here.
Have had the pleasure of dining at most of the big name strip restaurants....Joel Robuchon, e by Jose Andres, etc.... Also, Raku, LOS, Chada Thai.. Have gotten to the point to where I really enjoy visiting the hidden gems in cities that locals frequent, but mainstream tourists have not caught on to yet. Looking for all cuisines and areas. I look forward to recommendations and feedback. We will be visiting June 30th - July 4th. Chada Thai & Wine,Raku,é by José Andrés,L'Atelier De Joel Robuchon
Unless I'm mistaken, it's been the better part of a decade since there's been an update on this board for cheap eats in Vegas. All I see anyone talk about is Lotus of Siam. Is it still possible to dine like royalty in the city of Sin for less than $20 per person? Spring Mountain anyone? Best value for Italian family style? The Peppermill or Ellis Island? Cafe BabaReba happy hour? How about dive bars or burger joints? WHATCHA GOT VEGAS!?
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