How can something so simple be so perfect? If ever the phrase “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” applies to a recipe, it applies to this elementary concoction of quartered tomatoes, sliced onions, green peppers, barrel-aged feta, Santorini capers, and fresh oregano, all tossed in a light, lemony vinaigrette.
ELV dreams of this salad. He’s ordered it for dozens of people in the past five months and watched each of them swoon. It is not fancy. It is not complicated. It is simply sublime.
It costs $27 at dinner (and is more than enough for three), and a slightly smaller version available at lunch as part of their $20.11, three course special.
Just thought you’d like to know.
PS: Scroll through the tasty snaps above to see ELV’s meal with his staff* last Friday night….including Anthony Robert Curtas — d.o.b. 10.25.75 – The Official Number One Son Of ELV!
PPS: Click here for a nice article and overview on Greek seafood and eating seafood in Greece.
In The Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino
3708 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
* The entire meal for three, with a few glasses of comped wine, came to $220 ($180+$40 tip). Because our staff paid, the fish tasted even sweeter.