DW Bistro

DW Bistro
6115 S Ft Apache Rd, Ste 112
Las Vegas, NV 89148
(702) 527-5200
dwbistro.com

Sometimes I stumble upon a new restaurant in Vegas that makes me wonder why it took me so long to eat there! DW Bistro is just that restaurant. It’s been a while since a restaurant has given me a breathe of fresh air where the service, atmosphere and food have been impeccable, but DW Bistro did just that. It’s located in the Southwest part of Las Vegas far from the strip offering wonderful brunch, lunch and dinner. The website classifies their food as Jamaican meets New Mexico, but I’d just to call it FLAVOR. Food is fresh, bright with plenty of color and texture. The staff is on point, friendly and warm – no pretentiousness here. The decor is bright and airy.

Loved everything about my meal. Had the airy and buttery scones, fluffy challah French toast, and peppery and very filling BLT.

scones dw blt challah french toast

2013 CFG Make You Droogle Re-Cap

DW Bistro – Yeah! Burger – Antico Pizza – Bradduh’s Island Style – Coco’s Donuts – Raku Sweets – Rollin’ Smoke BBQ – Harry’s Cafe – Da Kitchen – Marukame Udon – 808 Tapas – Honey Salt – Fat Choy
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Pictorial: Deep Fried Red Shallots

Great aunt is an Iron Chef. She cooks all by what she sees and feels. There is no 1 cup this, 5 oz. this, yadda yadda. This is the real deal Holyfield!

Here is a pictorial of my day spent with her making her famous deep fried onions. I’m not sure if I should call them onions or shallots, but I can definitely call them FLAVOR BLASTS. You won’t get this in the store because she grows them herself. So, whichever family member gets a share of her yearly batch is darn lucky!!!!! Because I was there for the cooking, I got more this year! This stuff goes well with many Vietnamese dishes such as Pho Ga (chicken noodle), Banh Cuon (savory rolled rice cake), Banh Canh (Vietnamese udon), etc. etc.

drying in the sun shake it shake it good vegetable oil getting ready to fry oil is almost ready bam! stir it close up

Can you smell it!?

flavor blast!