Zefferino’s Restaurant- The Venetian, Las Vegas

My husband and I did not have a fancy lunch or dinner in Vegas and definitely wanted something unique before we left Vegas so we ventured into the Venetian Hotel and there, hidden high above and atop the shops, restaurants and sidewalk cafes is Zefferino’s.   It’s a quiet hidden restaurant that overlooks the piazza below.  Great views, gorgeous painted skyline and excellent food, Zefferino’s is the kind of fine restaurant you can expect in Italy.  The service is attentive, the food prices about as high as you’d expect them, and of course, slow.  Dinners and lunches were meant to be slow, elegant, and several courses.  This helps the palate, the appetite, and keeps the conversation going.  Well, if you are looking for a good Italian meal at a decent, high-class price, then this place is for you.

The view of the piazza below from Zefferino's

The view is very nice, the food is good and cooked Italian-style.  I had the eggplant parmigiana, and it is not fried with bread crumbs like here.  It is done Italian style with eggplant and the cheeses and sauce.  It was very good but the portions are quite big and if you do a meal-deal, it ends up being a lot of food for a lunch.  If you do the menu for lunch, for $22, you get an appetizer, bread, an entree, and dessert and coffee.  The desserts are teeny tiny but bite size and yummy.  All in all, it was a nice relaxing meal but we were in a rush to get to the airport, so be aware of that and leave plenty of time to enjoy this hidden gem of a restaurant.

Read my other Reviews on our Vegas Experience:

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