From the looks of the place, they didn’t give much thought to the interior. Luckily, there’s a lot of passion and care evident in the food. There are only three tables inside (and one small one outside) and the walls are covered with random movie and music posters and a picture of Carrot Top eating there.
The sandwich I tried was excellent. It was a roast beef melt with a hefty amount of thinly sliced, quality beef with a rich, peppery flavor that filled a soft roll and was covered in melted cheese. It came with a side — I chose the macaroni salad — which was decent, but not that memorable. I ate there a couple weeks ago and can barely remember what it tasted like.
The girl behind the register was friendly and was nice enough to walk me through some of the menu items. The owner, Billy, was in the back making the food and like I said before, it’s clear that he cares about what he puts out. This place might work it’s way into my list of regular lunch spots.
6620 W Flamingo Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89103