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Don't get influenced by the name and run a mile away! The Terrible's Buffet at the Terrible's Hotel and Casino is definitely not what the name suggests. In fact, with a different menu every day of the week, it can give some of the fine restaurants in Las Vegas, a run for their money. 'Tuscany night', 'Cattleman's BBQ Round-up', 'Country Kitchen', 'Seafood Extravaganza and Prime Rib and Shrimps' are some of the extravagant dinner themes that liven up each night! A must-visit for those who love to experiment and enjoy versatile cuisines.
This place really knows how to entertain its guests - the server rolls a cart alongside your table, displaying and describing the items off the menu! One of the rare delicacies - Morton's Prime Rib, is served only on Friday and Saturday, so make sure you're there, as it's really irresistible. The menu is the same at all locations, so one need not be disappointed. You can choose from mouth watering dishes like Bone-in Ribeye Steak and Colossal Shrimp, to Whole Baked Maine Lobster. This chain of restaurants has been widely acclaimed, and has in fact received several awards. The Las Vegas branch has recieved the 'Best Steakhouse' award for the year 2000 from the Las Vegas Review Journal.
If you came here to drink, you will find hearty dark ales, golden lagers and delicious pilsners. The beer is tasty and well respected in the western United States. If it is food you need, grab a table and try to narrow down your dinner choices. Highly recommended are the Artichoke-Olive Pizza and the Rosemary Lamb. The Spicy Salmon Handroll will wake those taste buds. There is no official dress code here, but as this is the present hot spot in the area, you will want to look nice.
Craving a California roll after a boisterous night at the casino? Stop by Kaizen Fusion Roll and Sushi for fresh rolls, salads and drinks and groove to the DJ's funky beats until the wee hours of the morning. Friendly, personable staff and stylish decor to boot. If you miss this one, there are two other locations in Las Vegas alone.
Considered one of Las Vegas's best Indian restaurants, this place cooks up some of the best in Indian cuisine. The food has a spicy and tangy taste to it with some of the finest herbs and Indian spices used. The buffet served here is worth your every penny. The specials include lamb, chicken and vegetable tandoori, vindaloo and kormas. Food is reasonably priced to be enjoyed in a casual atmosphere. Reservations, especially during weekends, are necessary as the place tends to get a bit crowded.
Robert DeNiro is one of the owners of this chic restaurant, and it is not uncommon to see other celebrities dining here unobtrusively. The sushi bar and entrees are described as "groundbreaking Japanese cuisine with Latin American influences." Famed chef Nobu Matsuhisa brings dining that is delightful and unique to restaurant patrons. A wildly different dish for many diners may be the squid pasta, but more ordinary menu items are also available. Try the Omakase chef's selection for a sampling of Nobu's very best. Full bar service provides your favorite wine or cocktail.
This very popular restaurant is a lovely place to enjoy a great meal with excellent service. From tables to private rooms, dining here is a delight. All of the seafood is perfectly cooked and the accompanying sauces are melt-in-your-mouth delicious. The steaks are thick and juicy and the prime rib graciously sized. Desserts, if you can find the room, are beautiful and freshly baked. There is an extensive wine list and several types of specialty coffees. The dress code varies from casual to business and while children are welcome, it is more of an adult establishment.
Addiction is the perfect name for this chic restaurant because you'll become addicted to their food. Located inside Rumor Las Vegas Hotel, this restaurant is headed by a 5 star chef who creates a great menu. Addiction Restaurant serves American cuisine with a modern twist and their Burger Bar let's you create the hamburger of your dream. You can dine inside or outside.