Honey Toast at Ichiza

Though Las Vegas has its fair share of delicious desserts, the honey toast at this Chinatown hole-in-the-wall rivals them all. The dish arrives as a square loaf of bread—warm and soft in the middle and crispy on the outside. The bread is then topped with vanilla ice cream and drizzled with honey. It’s deceptively simple and ridiculously good. Be sure to order the dessert early, however, because it takes about 20 minutes to prepare and it often sells out on weekends. $8, 4355 W. Spring Mountain Road, 367-3151.

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Some say it’s a sin to fill up on bread before a meal, but this starter at STK is worth paying that penance later. The soft, doughy bread arrives warm to the table, ready to be pulled apart. Soft blue-cheese butter is slathered all over the top, making for a rich and funky spread that is punched up when you dip a piece into the accompanying chive oil. The combination of the flavors infused through both oil and butter is explosive and decadent. Complimentary, in the Cosmopolitan, 698-7990.