Dinner started with delicious fresh bread baked on premises. Yes, we were a little giddy over bacon and cheese rolls. The real meal started with a variety of salads, soups and lobster. Everything was great and this was one of the best Caesar salads this writer has ever had. It's not easy to make something so simple so good and different.
The star of dinner was a New York Strip steak. It was cooked perfectly medium and gently seasoned with salt and pepper. The flavor of the beef stood out more than the seasoning which doesn't always happen. We're paying over $50 for the steak, not the salt and pepper. If there was a negative to the steak it was that it wasn't piping hot. This was probably due to the large crowd in the restaurant. Still, the steak was great.
Sides of asparagus, cream spinach, broccoli and potatoes au gratin were all very good, but nothing stood out as being above the others.
Steakhouses and dining trends come and go, but SW Steakhouse remains one of our favorite steakhouses in Las Vegas. It's difficult to match the level of service and quality of food at SW Steak.