Steakhouse46 at the Flamingo serves dry aged beef and fresh seafood at a reasonable price considering many of the other steakhouses in town. Steakhouse46 serves delicious cuts of meet perfectly prepared, but what really sets them apart is their high standard of service. The wait staff is expertly trained and can tell you all about the dishes on the menu as well as the wines on the wine list. Servers wear white gloves and make sure to pay attention to even the smallest detail.
In the kitchen you will find two prominent French chefs overseeing food preparation. This is unique in Vegas, as most steakhouses hire American chefs who are not well trained in French cooking. This French twist on cuisine makes Steakhouse46 stand out among the wide array of steak options in Las Vegas. The Steakhouse itself was created to represent a certain sophistication and class that was prominent in old Las Vegas and therefore the restaurant was named after the year that the Flamingo opened on the Strip. The restaurant itself has been open for over 40 years and the chefs here try hard not to take the traditional feel away from the menu. However, the cuisine is constantly updated with additions to the old classics. New dishes include tuna sashimi and free-range chicken. Other favorites include the classic New York Strip and Kobe rib eye. Ahi tuna with foie gras and seafood linguine are also popular choices. Each dish is specially designed to mix new tastes with traditional menu items that you expect to find in a steakhouse. Desserts created tableside are a perfect end to a classic meal in a traditional Las Vegas steakhouse.