Feasting with FAA

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FAA
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Feasting with FAA

Post by FAA »

My Royal Flush earlier this month has perhaps inspired this new thread. I want to stop and smell the roses and restaurant aromas. Such diversionary pauses in play are essential to avert three figure hourly losses. We must pursue moderation in these austere times.
My maiden voyage was a short one, merely up an escalator from my Caesars VP territory. I reconnected with Gordon Ramsey Pub and Grill. Ramsey is my favorite celebrity chef. I hold him in high regard. Staff dress connotes a British pub style. Napkins, brown and ragged, enclose cutlery. However, I chose a local meal, the classic lobster roll. Ramsey notably employs a sailor’s vocabulary, so it actually feels more appropriate than meets the eye. I refused the suggested fries side. They are a gluttonous indulgence and detract from the star. My roll was stuffed with unmistakably fresh lobster, and I thoroughly enjoyed each bite. I detected the butter in the roll, but it is moderate. It comes with pickles and a small cup of chips the size of quarters. The plating is artful. At $20, a fairly priced dish. Rewards Credits are accepted at 1:1. Seating is an issue. Insist upon the main area, not the high tops nor the charmless side area, which is both too close to the corridor and too far from the restrooms.
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Eduardo
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Post by Eduardo »

That looks amazing. I might be looking forward to this topic more than any other on the forum. :up:

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Post by TripleTriple »

Better double up on the blood pressure meds...

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Post by JIMDUECE`SWILD »

Which restrooms are you referring to. The one's in the hotel lobby or the one by the theatre. The lobby restrooms are fairly close.

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Post by FAA »

Lobby. An inconvenience to access. Long walk from side area, down steps, open the gate, then go back. It’s a downside of many casino restaurants.

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Post by paco13 »

One of my favorites there.

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Post by FAA »

A favorite in my rotation has unceremoniously dumped its Happy Hour menu. FAA had quite the wasted stroll today. Two, to be exact. Feasting shall resume at a later date.

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Post by Tedlark »

FAA wrote:
Sat Feb 27, 2021 3:30 pm
A favorite in my rotation has unceremoniously dumped its Happy Hour menu. FAA had quite the wasted stroll today. Two, to be exact. Feasting shall resume at a later date.


So you didn't eat at all today? Nothing? Not a stick of gum? I feel so unsatisfied.

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Post by Tedlark »

FAA's lunch today? Courtesy of the coven?
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Post by FAA »

I was too busy feasting on the generous CET machines to enjoy the fine food options in town. A quintet of quads was quite the meal for the famished gambler. I recommend the Aces au poivre. It is decadently rich! NB: This dish must be ordered from the BP, DDB or TDB menu for optimal taste.

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