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Glutton
Glutton
Amelinda B Lee

Al Mancini says Bradley Manchester’s new Glutton “delivers … just the opposite: small, shareable portions of well-executed, extremely creative items.” He recommends the Buffalo-style sweetbreads, gnocchi with brown-butter sauce and braised pork cheek and poutine with pickled mushrooms. But he says, “the pricing is a bit unpredictable—especially in light of the generally small portions.” Plus he notes that Glutton charges for bread. “Don’t even get me started on charging $5 for bread service—a growing trend that I just can’t get on board with.” [DTLV]

Jim Begley heads to the fairly new White Rabbit Cafe. He recommends going with a trio of pork options, “because this is where the Rabbit excels,” although he says crispy sisig and wok-fried tocino outshine the spicy and sweet longanisa. White Rabbit also features Mexican-centric entrees such as tacos, burritos and carne fries, all with a Filipino flair. [LVW]

White Rabbit

3 Smolenskaya Square, Tsentralnyy administrativnyy okrug, 121099 8 (495) 510-51-01 Visit Website

Glutton

616 E Carson Ave Ste 110, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (702) 366-0623

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