Honey Salt cuisine packs house in Summerlin

GamingToday.com is an independent sports news and information service. GamingToday.com has partnerships with some of the top legal and licensed sportsbook companies in the US. When you claim a bonus offer or promotion through a link on this site, Gaming Today may receive referral compensation from the sportsbook company. Although the relationships we have with sportsbook companies may influence the order in which we place companies on the site, all reviews, recommendations, and opinions are wholly our own. They are the recommendations from our authors and contributors who are avid sports fans themselves.

For more information, please read How We Rate Sportsbooks, Privacy Policy, or Contact Us with any concerns you may have.

Gaming Today is licensed and regulated to operate in AR, AZ, CO, CT, DC, IA, IL, IN, KS, LA, MA, MD, MI, NH, NV, NJ, NY, OH, OR, PA, TN, VA, WV & WY.

I ventured out to Summerlin to try a new restaurant I was hearing a lot of good things about. Honey Salt (1031 S. Rampart Blvd.) was a little bit of a drive for me living in Henderson but I was glad to make the trip.

Owners Kim Canteenwalla and his wife Elizabeth Blau have been major players in the restaurant scene. They opened Honey Salt a little over a month ago and the place has been packed ever since. I highly recommend making reservations as they book up quickly. Canteenwalla is the head chef as well and held the same position at Society Café in Encore.

I was impressed with the simple, but rustic décor that gave Honey Salt that neighborhood feel. The owners live in the area and wanted a place where friends and family could come and hang out while enjoying a good meal. I think they hit a home run.

I decided to skip the appetizer to make room for dessert. Their apple pie in a bag that has received a lot of positive comments. I ordered the Grass Fed Filet Mignon served on top of what they called Potato Bacon Hash. I simply called it heaven. This may have been the best potato side I have ever had.

When I return, my order will be this potato no matter what entrée I am pairing it with. Yes, it was that good. The filet was excellent and prepared just the way I ordered. The filet is accompanied by Honey Salt’s house steak sauce, which was quite good. I ordered a side dish, the Kale & Anaheim Pepper Mac N’ Cheese as my waiter suggested. The waiter was dead on. The side was very good with just a little kick to it.

Eating kale and macaroni and cheese made me feel less guilty for having two starches. Next time, I’ll try the slow cooked sweet peppers as a side dish.

Before leaving I had to try this Brown Bag Apple Pie, which comes piping hot on a plate inside a brown paper bag. The only way to make hot apple pie any better is to add ice cream, and they served it with a scoop of vanilla bean. I saw an order of Warm Bread Pudding, which I intend to try on my return.

Now I know what the buzz has been about. I give Honey Salt 3.75 Forks!

Marco D’Angelo is the senior handicapper at Pregame.com. He co-hosts FIRST PREVIEW every Thursday night at 11 pm on ESPN 1100 AM/98.9 FM. Follow him on twitter: @MarcoInVegas. Contact him at [email protected].

 GamingToday on Facebook      and         GamingToday on Twitter

About the Author

Get connected with us on Social Media