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The Henry @ The Cosmo Las Vegas is located in the heart of the casino amdist the atmosphere, fun and energy of this glorious property.
The Cosmopolitan has always felt different and special. It has a unique vibrancy and it somehow feels cooler than the rest.
This is certainly the most informal, relaxed, yet elegant restaurant in the Cosmopolitan collection.
The Henry has a distinct elegance and offers “Old-school revamped classics”.
With American classics from burgers, steaks to salads and soups – there has to be something for everyone.
Open 24/7 – you can always find a delicious meal at a reasonable price at The Henry.
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So, to the food…
The appetisers are indeed that! I had to sample the French Onion soup, one of my all time favourites. As expected, this was covered in beautiful melted gruyere cheese.
This was divine.
Next came the Italian meat balls – just wonderful. So tender, so moist and the fresh tomato sauce was packed with flavour.
The creamy mozzarella sets the dish off perfectly.
Finally the chopped salad is an American classic. Crisp, fresh and perfect with sauce on side…
I’m told one of the main attractions at The Henry is the ‘Tater Tot Nachos’.
This isn’t an appetiser – it’s a meal in itself!
With braised short rib, jalapeno, cheese sauce, pic de gallo & sour cream.
If you can finish this I’d shake your hand. It could happily feed 4 for an appetiser!
So, to the entrees. My server literally raved about the roasted lemon and herb chicken. He said it was “the best thing on the entire menu”. He might be right!
With seasonal sautéed carrots, asparagus and green beans along with creamy mash.
This was sensational with a crispy sweet skin cooked to perfection.
Henry’s roasted chicken could well be the most flavoursome chicken dish in Sin City!
Other highlights from The Henry include ‘The Henry Burger’.
This comes complete with caramalised onion, mushrooms, melted cheddar on a soft roll.
The parmesan croquettes were delicious.
This is a truly ‘meaty’ burger and you can add bacon etc should you wish.
Finally the 14 ounce prime rib is a steal at just $29.
With seasonal vegetables, au jus and loaded potatoes – this is a wonderful dish – again cooked to perfection.
There is a lot of meat there though – a hugely generous portion!
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Finally for dessert you have many wonderful options!
The Red Velvet Cheesecake with vanilla bean frosting and raspberry sauce was a delight. Light and refreshing.
The Chcolate & vanilla profiterole cake with hazelnut and chocolate sauce was again a wholesome portion, enough to share I’m sure. Chocolate fans will love it!
And finally the Henry is famous for it’s milk shakes. I opted for the strawberry with chocolate drizzle. It was divine.
Hours of Operations:
Breakfast: 6:00am to 11:00am (Daily)
Brunch: 11:00am to 5:00pm (Sat-Sun)
Lunch: 11:00am to 5:00pm (Mon-Fri)
Dinner: 5:00pm to 10:00pm (Daily)
Late Night: 10:00pm to 6:00am (Daily)
Review by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio recorded 8th May 2015.