Chef Matt Meyer reinvented his Henderson restaurant Served that closed last May with a move to the Horizon Foothills Market Place on Horizon Ridge Parkway near Stephanie Street. The new 5,200-square-foot restaurant Served Global Dining features a chef’s table, tasting menus, and brunch and dinner options.
Meyer converted a teppan table into a chef’s table where diners can order five-course tasting menus for brunch or dinner with options such as asparagus five ways, miso octopus, Thai suckling pig, or a scallop Benny. A raw bar offers options such as oysters, tartare, or carpaccio, as well as a crudo menu and a California roll with Alaskan king crab and pickled vegetables.
One room features a setting for live music such as a jazz trio on Friday night, while another offers a private dining room.
Chef’s favorites include bibimbap served in a hot stone pot with heirloom vegetables and a sunny-side up egg; lomo saltado with fried plantains, steak fries, and two sunny-side up eggs; pollo Havana with glazed carrots and black rice; a Korean barbecue plate with a macaroni salad; a soy-garlic wing plate with garlic rice and cabbage; and wild salmon with panang curry and garlic fried rice. All come paired with wines.
A huge variety of pancakes, waffles, egg Benedicts, scrambles, and hashes make the breakfast menu, while diners can order tacos, burgers, sandwiches, and salads as well.
Served Global Dining, 1450 W. Horizon Ridge Pkwy., Henderson; 702-272-0839. Open Sunday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Takeout available.