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Debunking Any Confusion at Rx Boiler Room; More

Rx Boiler Room
Rx Boiler Room
Photo: Roni Fields Moonen

Brock Radke dispels any confusion over what Rx Boiler Room is. The new restaurant from Rick Moonen at Mandalay Place, where "reading through these dishes might lead you to believe Rx Boiler Room is a casual restaurant, and it can be if that's what you want," is what Radke calls, "in a word, it's fun? Several new restaurants have confidently declared they are adding exciting new twists on traditional American comfort cuisine or bar food, but no one is doing it as joyfully or deliciously as Moonen is here?" [LVW]

Al Mancini checks out Tonkatsu Kiyoshi on South Jones Boulevard, which serves up fried cutlets of meat with do-it-yourself tonkatsu sauce. "The offerings here are all tasty, but far less interesting than the many other styles of Japanese cooking being offered in town. But it's done extraordinarily well, with enough small touches to make the meal memorable." [CL]

Grace Bascos takes over the restaurant review this week in Vegas Seven with a trip to her former PR client Origin India to try a three-course tasting menu. "Spice, heat and flavor, and covers all these bases in its tasting menu of classic Indian dishes, any of which you can order mild, medium or hot — at your own risk." [VS]

Heidi Knapp Rinella says Bradley Ogden's Hops & Harvest at Tivoli Village "seems to have yet to be discovered." She gives the restaurant A grades across the board. "If you're looking for Ogden's Caesars Palace restaurant, you won't find it here. What you'll find is a comfortable, friendly spot, with food, service and atmosphere (and prices) that make it perfect for the suburbs." [LVRJ]

Origin India

4480 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada 89169 702-734-6342

RX Boiler Room

3930 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89119 (702) 632-7200 Visit Website

Rx Boiler Room

3930 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV

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