A visit to Guy Fieri's El Burro Borracho in Harrah's Laughlin
El Burro Borracho has been open for about a year now. Signs proclaim the 1 year anniversary, and not long ago Guy Fieri visited with guests at his eatery in Laughlin.
As much as I wanted one, I had to pass on the Jalapeno Cilantro Margarita (show below). We also passed on the delicious (and highly recommended) Trash Can Nachos so we could try something
|Jalapeno Cilantro Margarita|
Trash Can Nachos
Pictures courtesy of "Eddie Molera" from the
We normally won't order fish tacos if the fish is Swai or Tilapia, but Guy Fieri's were made with Mahi Mahi so we gave it a try.
Menu prices show the non Total Rewards Card Holder price and the discounted price (usually one dollar) for Total Rewards Card Holders. Cards are free at the Total Rewards Desk so get one.
We order them baja-style and they were very fresh and tasty. The order came with 3 good sized tacos along with rice and beans. If you don't particularly like the flavor of lime then it might not be for you. We, however, thought the Tequila Lime flavor was very good. Many of the dishes we have tried at El Burro Borracho go heavy on the lime.
Fajitas are a big portion as well. However, there are only 3 small tortillas included. There is far more on the to fill them with then there is room. Perhaps they would give extras tortillas if asked. These were served sizzling hot and the chicken was juicy and well seasoned.
|Fajitas - Pollo|
We skipped dessert as well, even though wanted to try the Churros based on recommendations from others. Perhaps next time.
Here is a link to the current El Burro Borracho menu (including signature drinks):
Service was very good. It wasn't over the top like the first time we visited. That time they servers were all using Guy Fieri's catch phrases, which were fun but really not necessary. We did notice they had (at least on this visit) replaced the very cool cloth napkins with standard Harrah's Laughlin napkins. The original ones were nice, helped add to the experience.
|Before and After Napkins|
Our tab for a beer, a signature drink, and two entrees came to $52 before tip. It isn't the cheapest Mexican Food in town but it is very good and full of flavor. Definitely, the best in Laughlin, in our opinion.
Note: for December of 2015, they are only open on the weekends due to it being the slow season in Laughlin.
Guy Fieri will also be adding another location for El Burro Borracho in Las Vegas. The new and even bigger restaurant will be going in at The Rio Las Vegas in the space formerly occupied by Buzzio's. Watch for it in 2016.
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