We have dined several times at Fuego and enjoyed our meals, but prices have increased and it is now ala carte except for (4) 3-course meals priced at $27 each including prime rib, but there is an asterisk indicating “when available”. We happened to be in the casino on a Saturday night (March 2013) and inquired whether the prime rib would be offered the following day which was Easter Sunday. We were assured yes, so I made a reservation. The next evening I ordered the prime rib only to be told the kitchen was temporarily out of it. My educated guess is because there were only no other reservations and only 2 tables occupied, the chef made a decision not to roast a prime rib.
My wife ordered the prime, filet style, sirloin accompanied by a humongous sweet potato and baby carrots. I went with the evening's special, a braised lamb shank with roasted potatoes and baby carrots. Each of our entrees turned out to be pretty good though I was a bit surprised the lamb shank was served plain rather than in its braising liquid. We concluded the meal with a pair of excellent desserts, crème brulee for the lady and fresh berries in Grand Marnier sauce for your humble reporter. We paid with slot points and enjoyed our dining experience.
The slot club is consolidated with Stations. $1 coin-in yields = 3 Points for pay schedules under 100% and 1000 points equal $1 (0.30%) in cash, free play or comps. For 100% plus schedules, $4 coin-in = 3 points yielding a 0.075% return. Double points are periodically offered. Locals can swipe their cards at a kiosk, but non locals must go to the slot club to earn double points. The senior day was recently changed to Tuesdays.