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Crab Kitchen Decor


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  • Grumble, typically about something petty
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out of my element
out of my element
so this past saturday was my wedding anniversary. my husband took me to this very nice upscale resturant in beverly hills. now we normally don’t go to places so fancy that there are no prices on the menus but he really wanted to check out this resturant not only because it got great reviews but it also had amazing decor. we both ordered salmon and i an ice tea to drink. we were looking around in awe of the decor and just talking about how nice the place is. i asked him, “do you think there are refills on my ice tea?” he responded, “good question. i don’t know.” so i told him, “ok, i’ll just sip it down and if they don’t ask me if i want more and come by and refill my glass, that means i won’t be charged.” he laughed and said “i think you’re right.” our dinner came and the presentation was nice. as i sat there and ate my dinner, the resturant started getting busy and people were coming in and some with small children. i couldn’t believe that there are people that were actually bringing their small children to such an upscale resturant as this one. children that can’t “appreciate” this type of resturant. as i sat there alittle longer and watched these parents, i came to understand that they must frequent these types of resturants often. they weren’t very proper and their wives with their louis vuitton purses were placing them on the floor. yes! a $1,200+ purse on the floor! it was kind of sad to me thinking i’m eating this expense meal, these people are eating $60 dungoness crabs that is prepared in a different “secret” kitchen and there are people all over the world that are hungry. as much as i enjoyed my anniversary meal, i was so out of my element. i just didn’t belong there and probably won’t be back.
Wynn Buffet - First Course
Wynn Buffet - First Course
Of course, the real star of the Wynn buffet is not the decor, but the food. For $35 a pop, that has to be the case. Here on my first run, you can see Smoked Salmon, Citrus-Cured Duck Salad, Salad Nicoise (with seared tuna), and Shake nigirizushi. The food was truly spectacular, the freshest and finest I've seen at any buffet in LV. There was so much food that I didn't get to try it all. There were delicate breads, tangy salads and a variety of meats including turkey and prime rib cut into thick pink slices ringed with a creamy band of fat. The kitchen has two tandoori ovens and also a risotto stand. Indian cuisine and, of all things, Thai cuisine were on the menu. A tom yum station was a complement to great helpings of Pad Thai. My dad and I were amazed by this given that 25 years ago, the idea of our Thai food being on the menu at a high-end American hotel buffet was completely unthinkable. However, I think you'll find it understandable that for $35 each, we passed on the Thai food. Instead, my parents had their fill of sea food: big, plump peel and eat shrimp; split snow crab legs with plump dollops of meat; high quality smoked salmon; smoked halibut; baby octopus ceviche; and Hawaiian poke.

crab kitchen decor
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