Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House Introduces New $65 Four Course Menu

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Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House in the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino has launched a $65 four-course spring tasting menu showcasing the restaurant’s signature and new dishes featuring seasonal ingredients.

While all menu items are subject to change based on seasonality and availability of ingredients, first and second options could include tuna poke with yellowfin tuna, spicy soy, ginger and nori seaweed served with Taro chips; deviled potatoes with horseradish cream, house cured salmon egg mousse and ghost pepper Cajun caviar; San Juan Island pink scallops with housemade sausage, shaved asparagus, squid ink pasta and saffron cream; and Emeril’s signature BBQ shrimp served with a rosemary biscuit and shaved chives.

Entree selections could include grilled petite filet with smashed roasted root vegetables; pan-fried rainbow trout with jumbo lump crab; and crispy skin-on shrimp with soba noodles, spicy maple bacon and smoked citrus shoyu glaze.

Three dessert selections round out the menu, including pecan pie, Emeril’s banana cream pie or a three cheese plate.

This menu is available during dinner service from 4-10 p.m. with optional wine pairings starting at $30 per person. Each wine pairing is personally selected by sommelier Sean Morgan to complement the flavors of each course.

For reservations, call 702.891.7374 or visit emerilsrestaurants.com/emerils-new-orleans-fish-house. Follow us on Twitter at @EmerilsFish, Instagram at @EmerilsFish and like us on Facebook at facebook.com/EmerilsFish/.

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