Fleming’s Potatoes, Fleming’s Steakhouse

The Summerlin steak house’s signature side features thinly sliced potatoes layered in a rich, creamy sauce with cheddar cheese for a nice, smooth tang. The addition of leeks and jalapeños moves this dish away from its French predecessor, Dauphinoise potatoes, so a nice un-oaked chardonnay will cut into the richness of each bite. Try the one by New Zealand’s Villa Maria.

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