Making Dots Cooking With Liquid Nitrogen

by admin on May 15, 2010

The Kumamoto oysters are raw but the preparation is unique. 

Eating food cooked with Liquid Nitrogen is a new concept to many foodies.  Very few restaurants in Las Vegas even offer this style of dish but you can find more than one at Nu Sanctuary Lounge. 

In addition to the Nitro Caramel Corn cooked with Liquid Nitrogen, you can also enjoy the Oysters 3 Ways with Tobasco Dots, Ginger Caviar, and Pomegranite Dots.  Take a look——->

For details on Chef Brian Howard and this restaurant located in Town Square go to Interesting Las Vegas Dining.

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