Scotch 80 Prime
We missed Scotch 80 Prime while the Palms was closed during the pandemic, but unlike Vetri Cucina, the steakhouse gave its menu a top-to-bottom revamp upon reopening. There's a noticeable Asian influence in the sea bass (prepared in dashi broth, tempura mushrooms, and tobiko), fried rice with lobster and Chinese sausage, and a lumpia dish that reflects the Filipino heritage of new executive chef Marty Lopez. However, the steaks remain the main attraction, grilled over mesquite and apricot wood. However, now they're given a sous-vide pre-treatment, finished with garlic herb butter and served with roasted garlic, onion jam, and cherry peppers. A new dedication to caviar and smoked mussels is presented alongside seasonal vegetables as a side dish. The dining room itself is pretty much the same, aside from some new artwork decorating the walls.