Sunday, October 03, 2010

DINNER AT SPAGO - GLUTEN FREE

As I mentioned last month, we were planning to have a gluten free dinner at SPAGO'S Las Vegas during the International Bakery show. Our Las Vegas licensee pulled some strings to make it possible and a great  evening it was.

Spago, maybe the first luxury restaurant to open in Las Vegas, is located at the famed Forum Shops, a shopping centre attached to Caesar's Palace. The restaurant has it's roots in Los Angeles where Wolfgang Puck opened his first Spago in 1982. A very successfull chef with a knack for promotion, Puck since has created an empire with dozens of restaurants, a frozen food line, coookware and much much more.

The wait staff was fully prepared for our table which besides Celiacs disease also had to deal with a nut and seafood allergy. We were able to choose from the menu and the kitchen ensured that all was safe to eat without having to resort to an EpiPen or bloated stomachs after dinner.

I am certaint hat if you give them some notice, it can be done every visit. Next time in Vegas, check it out.




26 MILLION VISITORS ANNUALLY AT THIS MALL

 WOLFGANG!


GREAT DINING ROOM


 GREETINGS FROM THE KITCHEN

HEIRLOOM TOMATO CAPRESE SALAD

 CONDIMENTS

VICTORIA'S TUNA

BRAISED BEEF

 SOMETHING AUSTRIAN FOR ME - SAUSAGES - PORK -SAUERKRAUT

VARIETY OF DESERTS


GLUTEN FREE MIGNARDISE

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