Decided to have a quick and light lunch at Spago @ The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. That Day I had Breakfast and Bouchon and had a dinner reservation at Daniel Boulud Brasserie...so I wanted to have sort of a light lunch.....
My choice was between Spago and B&B (one of Batali's restaurants in The Venetian). I decided on Spago since it was closer, which at the end I kinda regretted. As I got there, there were a few free tables so I was seated immediately. Service was correct and almost immediately served the bread. A walnut raising bread, a sort of pizza bread with cream cheese spread and peppers. It was quite good actually. I ordered a glass of Sancerre which I enjoyed with the bread while watching people walk by.
For main, I decided on one dish only: U.S.D.A. PRIME, NEBRASKA CORN FED SKIRT STEAK "HUNAN STYLE" Sautéed Broccolini and Crisp Onion Rings. I asked it to me medium rare but it arrived well done....I also asked the sauce on the side since I was confused to what they meant by Hunan Style. The waiter could not explain it to me. When the sauce arrived, it was 'Teriyaki sauce'. Bottom line, I was disappointed. It was not very bad but I think I could have done a better job in ordering.
It was still a great experience and lunch was enjoyable because the location of the restaurant, inside the Forum shops, with all the great stores and 'fake sky' included. Its one of the better, more high end shopping malls on the Strip.