Eatt is everything people say they want their eateries to be: casual, good, good for you and cheap. To be more specific, it is chef-driven, ingredient-focused, innovative, healthy, creative and delicious.
Every day at lunch and dinner, there are such tantalizers as salmon blinis with caviar; burrata with pesto, mozzarella and candied tomatoes; and a lobster linguine of a richness and intensity I’ve never experienced before. Eatt’s signature dish might be strips of perfectly cooked Black Angus ribeye with ratatouille rolls, but these fellows lavish an equal amount of love on their beets and bean sprouts as they do on their chicken breast with green pea mousse.
The desserts are as shockingly good as the savories — and like nothing else Las Vegas has ever seen off the Strip. Whether it’s a textbook-perfect crème brûlée, or Pellerin’s updated take on Paris-Brest, or a pistachio dome filled with raspberry cream, these creations are second to none.