We only spent about 10 seconds looking at the menu before knowing we wanted a New York strip with a whipped potato and mozzarella side. However, it took a while for us to read through the massive wine list for a bottle under $100.
After not ordering appetizers we were warned that steaks take bout 25 minutes to prepare which was fine with us as it gave us time to take in the atmosphere, wine and good conversation. And maybe look at those servers again.
When the food did arrive, our steak was seasoned to perfection with ample salt and pepper and cooked to medium with a lovely pink center. The steak also had a great sear to it and was mouthwateringly juicy. In fact, we barely touched the interesting whipped potato concoction because we feared it would take up valuable space in our stomach, which we wanted to reserve for the steak. All in all, as self-described steak snobs, we'd rank Botero as having the best steak in Vegas.
The only drawbacks to Botero was the awful coffee that we had at the end of dinner that the thumping bass from XS that got louder as the restaurant emptied. If you're keen to dine here, we recommend making an early reservation as the music nearly ruined the meal.