foodie review: Divine Eatery | Las Vegas, NV
I live in Providence and was super excited to get a new addition to our “shops”. We visited at lunchtime on a Saturday and while busy, they were not packed. Most tables already had food when we come in and there were several minutes between us and the next table that entered. Service was very polite but extremely slow.
I am assuming it is because the place is brand new, but the ambiance is very bland. Solid walls with only one small piece of art. The mish mash of tables doesn’t bother me, but I seriously wondered if the chair I sat in was going to hold me (very wobbly).
Drinks are WAY overpriced, but the food prices for the most part are reasonable.
I had the pulled pork sandwich and potato salad. The sandwich was fantastic, fresh and flavorful. The potato salad was good, but I am not a fan of mustard based salads (my fault, I should have asked). Potatoes were fresh and tender, but not fall apart tender, so they stuck on your fork.
DH had the biscuits and gravy with scrambled eggs and seasoned potatoes. The food all needed a bit of salt, but otherwise was very tasty and hearty.
DD had the “fingers”, panko breaded chicken fingers. I was a little put off that it did not come with fries, so we added those on. The fingers are real chicken and substantial pieces. It was tender and juicy. The fries appear to be hand cut and were really yummy once you added some salt.
All in all, we will be back. I think once a few of the new business kinks are worked out, this will be a regular stop for us!
7181 N Hualapai Way
Las Vegas, NV 89149
Tuesday – Sunday 7:00am-5:00pm
10% discount for military and teachers