David Burke’s famous Chicago and New York eateries have a new sibling in The Venetian. Keeping with the growing Las Vegas trend, David Burke is bringing in flavors from all over the country with a world-class chef tying it all together. At this truly American restaurant, menu items have names that will make your mouth water. You can dine on a crisp lobster cocktail or a cheesecake lollipop tree. The dining room has a modern flair with red and black splashing the walls. You’ll feel like a rockstar at one of the sleek dining tables. Going with the theme, Burke plays up-to-date pop music through the speakers to give the place a trendy contemporary feel, not common to many upscale dining spots in Vegas. A modern atmosphere with an old-school upscale menu that incorporates some of the finest ingredients available make David Burke a favorite among dining spots in Las Vegas.
Appetizers include pretzel crusted crab cakes, scallops benedict, sashimi, lobster scramble, smoked salmon pastrami, parfait of salmon and tuna tartare, wasabi shrimp and a crimini mushroom carpaccio. Indulge in a fresh salad prepared with only the finest ingredients. Try the heirloom tomato, eggplant, and buratta mozzarella salad, the organic butter lettuce and field greens salad, hearts of romaine Caesar, and spring market vegetables salad. Memorable entrees include the Bronx style filet mignon of veal, grilled dover sole, braised European striped bass, grilled sturgeon, ribeye chop, New Zealand lamb chops, peking duck, and the New Zealand natural lamb chops. Sides include sautéed garlic spinach, Yukon gold dumplings, potato moussline, spring vegetables, sweet potato goat cheese croquettes, wok long beef, creamed corn, and confit Portobello.With fresh ingredients flown in from all over the world and a chef of this caliber, David Burke floats to the top in the melting pot of Las Vegas dining.