Do not let the strip mall façade deceive you; behind the dark windows there is a cosy and inviting gem of a restaurant that serves flavourful, authentic Thai cuisine. Gaati Thai Kitchen gets its name from the Thai word for ‘coconut milk’, which is also an essential element in many Thai dishes. Seasonal dishes and weekly specials are featured alongside the regular, classic-filled menu, which includes highlights such as the chicken tom kah soup, the succulent crispy duck with tamarind sauce, and homemade coconut Thai ice cream. With many vegetarians options available and a guarantee of freshness, this establishment’s culinary offer will appeal to many tastes.
Named after the president of The M Resort, Anthony A. Marnell III, Anthony’s Prime Steak and Seafood is a traditional steakhouse conveniently located inside the M Resort Spa Casino. In a warm and modern interior, diners can savour a feast of mouthwatering steaks and succulent seafood while enjoying the beautiful view of the Las Vegas skyline. Highlights from the steak menu include the dry aged bone-in filet mignon with side dishes, such as tater tots with bacon and white cheddar and creamed spinach while classic seafood bouillabaisse and blackened ahi tuna are delicious selections from the seafood menu.
A small dining establishment in an unassuming strip mall located 15 minutes away from the Las Vegas Strip, The Great Greek Grill is a fantastic fast casual venue featuring authentic Greek and Mediterranean fare. Classic dishes available on the regular menu include avgolemono — a chicken, lemon, and rice soup — and pasticcio, which isa baked pasta dish with ground beef, Greek béchamel, and a fresh tangy tomato sauce. Daily specials and several vegetarian options are available as well making this a spot everyone will enjoy.