“Served is dishing up “cultural favorites” and killing the game. Just look at the quail yolk drip from their brunch Corned Beef Hash Taco. “
“At Served, Meyer goes above and beyond, tossing Asian and Latin flavors into the mix of a massive menu. This might be the first restaurant in history to serve Korean galbi tacos, Salvadoran pupusas, Peruvian lomo saltado and a classic, juicy cheeseburger. It’s impressive that all of the diverse dishes we’ve tried have been successful.”
“The apple pie tempura pancakes ($14) were similarly surprising and delightful. Each of the monumental, fluffy pancakes was topped with a mixture that did indeed evoke apple pie — chunks of fruit sauteed with nuts and brown sugar, flavored with cinnamon, mixed with tempura-fried apples (and whipped cream, for good measure).”
“Henderson’s Served offers six takes on the breakfast classic, including versions made with soft shell crab, portobello mushroom and short rib.”
Nestled in the back of a Green Valley strip mall, chef Matthew Meyer brings a unique menu to the Green Valley area.
Popular breakfast-and-lunch spot Served, 1770 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway in Henderson, now serves dinner beginning at 2 p.m. daily. Chef Matt also offers Las Vegas catering.
When I drove up to Served I got lost. I am useless with or without GPS. I was using advanced technology and still got lost. Too bad “directions” wasn’t on the menu, but what was being served at Served took me on a journey of cultural discovery.
Tucked behind a mini mall in Henderson, Chef Matthew Meyer of Served offers flavors of the world that should be front and center.
Pumpkin pie might be your seasonal dessert staple, but this bread pudding recipe could shake up your holiday menu plan in a great way.
By some whim of the kitchen gods, Henderson has become the hotspot for locally owned, up-market breakfast spots, with Served leading the pack.