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Onda Ristorante

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One of the few restaurants that have survived since the opening of the Mirage in 1989, this venerable spot has been undated over the years and now is decorated in soothing pale neutrals that contrast the hardwood floor. The classics are here—the spaghetti and lasagna and gnocchi and veal osso buco—as well as updated dishes such as an indulgent burratta agnolotti with lobster and chanterelle mushrooms, or beef tenderloin with smoked barley risotto.

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  • No lunch.
Updated: 05-28-2014

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    Perfection!

    Quite possibly the best food in Vegas. Chilean Sea Bass extraordinary! Service was attentive and pleasant.

    by angelesquire, 11/28/07
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    This is our #1 restaurant for the money in Vegas

    Excellent food. Service is usually excellent. If you want something different from what is on the menu, they will accomodate you. The wine bar in the front is wonderful if you prefer to grab a quicker bite to eat. Cheese plate is excellent! Better than the wine cellar in the Rio.

    by Phil_Ottawa, 11/5/08
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    A Real Surprise

    I usually research my restaurants before trips and Onda was not on my radar at all. So after meeting friends at the Japonais in Mirage over a bottle a Dom, they both suggested Onda. It may not be the best Italian food in town but it is good. I love prime rib which is missing from many Vegas menus and Onda's at 51 dollars was big enough to sink the Bismarck. It was great even if I couldn't finish it. The octopus salad was a delight too. Give Onda a try.

    by Jack_K, 2/16/13

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