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Dining here is more like an intercontinental feast than a buffet. This buffet is more upscale than the average all-you-can eat buffet with sophisticated ambiance. Tastes from Italy, Japan, France, Mexico and America abound, and the freshest seafood and carved items are plentiful. Some of the standouts are the king crab legs, beef Wellington, pastas and sushi. The plethora of desserts are reason enough to go to the buffet. The Buffet restaurant remains open for breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the week.
Located in Caesars Palace, this high-end establishment has a definite Vegas flair complete with bold colors and luxurious fabrics. Celebrity chef Bobby Flay offers an intriguing menu which includes coffee rubbed filet mignon with mushroom-ancho chile sauce, fresh corn tamales, and fire roasted veal chop. Make sure to save room for dessert as many of Mesa Grill's confections are not to be missed. The bar features top-shelf tequila alongside an extensive wine list.
Located in Caesar's Palace Hotel and Casino, Bacchanal Buffet offers 500 delicious items daily, including king crab legs, prime rib, and oysters. This 25,000-square-foot (2,323-square-meter) establishment has ample room to seat 600 people. Besides the usual lunch and dinner options, they also offer breakfast and a weekend champagne brunch. There are nine areas where you can watch the chefs in action while they prepare the food. Food lovers could spend hours filling their plates and stomachs at Bacchanal Buffet.
This casual dining venue located in the Bellagio, adjacent to the Baccarat Bar, is designed by Tony Chi and has a marble floor that is etched with the noodle inspired designs. Living up to its name, Noodles serves an array of traditional noodle dishes from Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam. Renowned chef, Patrick Lee has also incorporated authentic Hong Kong style barbecue dishes and several delicious dim-sum items in the menu. A meal at this chic and elegant restaurant is perfect for a celebration with the family.
Cravings at the Mirage Hotel is the ultimate buffet experience, featuring 11 food stations serving an interesting mix of various cuisines. The restaurant designer, Adam Tihany, has created a chic and sophisticated setup, which proves to be a welcome change from the regular buffet look. You can choose from a delicious assortment of prime rib, crab legs, and other items. For dessert, choose from red velvet cake, gelato, cookies, and more!
Bouchon is located in the middle section of the famous, or infamous, Las Vegas Strip. This is the Las Vegas branch of acclaimed Chef Thomas Keller's bistro-style restaurant in Yountville, California. Bouchon serves authentic French cuisine throughout the day, including steak frites, boudin blanc, roasted chicken, ile flottante and profiteroles. The decor is exquisite and the main dining room features high ceilings and beautiful flowers. Guests can also dine at the outdoor poolside patio.
Nine Fine Irishmen is about as close as you'll come to an authentic New York recreation of a real Irish pub - in Vegas. Located on the grounds of the Strip's New York-New York, the two-story pub keeps throngs of gamblers and party people coming back for pints of Guinness, plates of Irish Stew and Shepherd's Pie (as well as decidedly American fare like turkey burgers and shrimp pizza), dueling pianos, and more.
Acclaimed chef Hubert Keller offers gastronomic fun at Burger Bar, an experiment in customizable classic American food. You get to build your own burger here, choosing from a variety of options, including Kobe beef, turkey, buffalo, or even a veggie patty. Then, you pick your toppings from a list that includes pretty much everything from avocado to black truffles. Save some room for the dessert burger, a doughnut with Nutella mousse, passion fruit, strawberries, and kiwi.
One of the best restaurants in the city, this lovely five room restaurant inside Mandalay Bay features waterfalls and live swans. The rooms all serve to convey a different feeling, but the contemporary American and seafood cuisine always conveys supreme flavor. One of the best-known features is the wine tower, with a multi-storied wine cellar complete with pulley-climbing wine "angels".
This unpretentious Thai eatery is not only one of the best in Vegas, it's also considered one of the best in the country. The Lotus of Siam restaurant located off "The Strip" is known for serving a variety of Thai cuisine that range from mild to spicy with both common and rare dishes featured on the menu. Thai curries, wantons, noodles, fried rice dishes and specialties like Koong Tenn can be found here.