Exploring The Kosher Restaurants of Las Vegas V: Panini Café
Continuing on in my series on exploring the kosher-certified restaurants in Las Vegas from our recent trip to Las Vegas, the last restaurant at which we ate was Panini Café, a dairy restaurant with a focus on Israeli/Mediterranean cuisine.
We went there for lunch and we had nice service. Moreover, the decor is nice, so it was a pleasant experience (despite having had an unpleasant, but brief, experience stopping by a different kosher-certified restaurant just moments before).
As to the food, I enjoyed our food at Panini Café.
I got shakshuka, which I tremendously enjoyed – the sauce was flavored nicely and had a really great spicing to it. The eggs in it had a nice texture and were good. I always order this dish when I go and I have always enjoyed it (although once they were out of it, so I wasn’t able to enjoy it that visit). I recommend this dish.
My wife got the Nicoise Salad, of which I had a bite, and it was good.
My kids got a pizza, which I tasted. While I was not a fan of the crust – perhaps its consistency was too soft(?) – the sauce was enamoring, with its lovely herbs included within. While I enjoy the pizza at Adar Pizza better, I enjoyed this pizza better than at Nina’s Café.
Panini Café is under the kosher supervision of Chabad of Southern Nevada.