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DJT

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DJT Restaurant and Bar features high-quality ingredients and masterfully prepared dishes from within the heart of our resort. Settled in the open feel of the Hotel’s extended lobby, you will find a carefully crafted menu of modern American cuisine, complemented by an extensive wine and cocktail list. Our culinary team pioneers indigenous cultivation and fosters seasonal creativity through the regional sourcing of fresh ingredients. Catering to each and every guest no matter their tastes, DJT is the perfect option for an exceptional casual dining experience.

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    2.0
    2/5
    9 months ago

    Convenient if you’re staying at the hotel. Driest Philly ever. How or why would you mess up wagyu beef like that? I was hungry so I ate it…with lots of mayo and several glasses of water. Server talks fast. Asked if I was ready to order but never said his name nor offered any introduction. Will certainly not return.

    5.0
    5/5
    10 months ago

    Probably one of the best breakfast experiences I’ve ever had! Everything from the service to the food was amazing. Waiters and waitresses are kind, attentive and placed us in a booth that felt like we were waiting to have breakfast with Trump himself. The French omelette was made with love and probably one of the best omelette s I’ve had because of the freshness. The  ranchero eggs were awesome too and did not lack flavor ! I will be back again when in Vegas

    4.0
    4/5
    1 years ago

    I’ve stayed at the Trump Hotel several times now and we probably eat breakfast here 75% of the time.  The service here is very good and the food is excellent as well.  Most breakfast “meals” are in the $23.00 to $26.00 range and that doesn’t include the coffee which is $6.00. For Vegas in a strip type hotel that’s about average but if you are in a budget there are food courts and other restaurants within a short walk away (outside the hotel of course). I’d give the following ratings:Food quality : 4.5 starsService : 4.5 starsLocation & Ease : 4 starsPrice : 4 starsI’m really teetering between 4 and 5 stars but I’m leaning towards 4 stars. Some other places such as Babystacks or LuxCafe are as good, but less in cost.  I’ll certainly be back but as a comparison, it’s where I rate this restaurant. Enjoy!

    5.0
    5/5
    1 years ago

    Visited DJT three times during our stay, and it was an overall positive experience. We visited both the restaurant and bar area.At the restaurant, my husband ordered the Philly cheesesteak and I ordered the beef sliders both times. We were both impressed with how good the food was, I recommend both items.  Our server was very nice and attentive. It was a bit challenging getting seats at the bar since there are only about 8-10 chairs. When we were finally able to grab two chairs, the bartender quickly greeted us and took our order. I decided on the Bramble (vodka instead of gin), and my husband got a martini. Both drinks were good.Only con is that the restaurant is steeply priced. But I guess that’s just Vegas!

    5.0
    5/5
    1 years ago

    The service & food in this business casual restaurant are exceptional,We had the entree sized Cesar salads and the filet mignon.  The filets were cooked to perfection and were the most tender, melt in your mouth steaks we’ve had in decades.Though it wasn’t busy, our steaks were delivered with perfect timing after our salads.The cappuccino’s were superb & huge… twice the size of most cafes. Overall, a great experience.

    1.0
    1/5
    1 years ago

    We were staying at the Trump Hotel and decided to try this restaurant since my husband was tired and did not want to go outside to drive to a different restaurant. Plus we had breakfast here in the morning and our server Hector was great and so was the host. Upon arriving, we asked for a corner table since we had my elderly mother and our 2 year old.  The hostess was kind of rude and said that we couldn’t have the corner table as that tableis reserved for 7 people and we were only 5. Interesting because we sat at the same table this morning with no problem. My husband explained that to her and she seemed annoyed at that. She gave us the table. Our server was a lot better. She was nice and checked in on us. The reason why I am giving a 1 was because the food was horrible. I had the spicy fried chicken sandwich, husband had the burger, daughter had the Philly cheesesteak and my mom had the chicken tenders. My daughter liked her steak sandwich. Both my husband and I hated our food. They both had too much bread. It was more breast than there was meat. The fried chicken was soggy and lacked flavor.  Truest disappointed in the food especially since the cost of everything we had was not cheap. Don’t bother coming to this restaurant as you will be wasting your money!!

    5.0
    5/5
    1 years ago

    I am so sad that this place gets such horrible reviews. Yes it’s in a hotel (so when the restaurant is in a hotel, you do need to bring your high-maintenance “Karen”‘self down a notch because basically… you’re in a hotel) so it’s not a Michelin or Zagat rated restaurant, but I will say I was pleasantly surprised I ordered steak and Frites, which is usually nothing but a skewer of tough beef with french fries, and the server asked me how I wanted it done (I chuckled inwardly as) I replied “medium rare” even though I KNEW it would come out of the kitchen “well done” and as tough as the bull rider I watched tonight at the NFR..  but NOPE! It was truly medium rare. My husband ordered the fish and chips and he even commented how good it was. Just so you know this isn’t my first time here we flew in late last night and we were hungry and sat at the bar (party if 6 grouch high-maintenance foodies)..Thinking we would get some crappy bar food and we ordered chicken wings, a Greek salad, shrimp cocktail, chicken tenders & a burger and everyone liked it. The only downside I have to say is I ordered a martini and wanted blue cheese stuffed olives and they don’t offer that. But I’m beginning to think blue cheese stuffed olives is a cliché.  Anyway. I rated this five stars like I said, it’s not a Michelin rated restaurant or anything like that but they offer 5-stars for what they are: a hotel lobby restaurant The French onion soup & the broccoli and cheese soup that came out along with the selection of wine in a hotel lobby will get five stars.  I was so impressed with my steak that I called out the chef Adonis Reyes- And he came out to give me a high five.  Server Tim was great too.

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