For a real French experience in the United States of America, head to Guy Savoy. Michelin-star chef Guy Savoy and his team will take you on a gastronomic journey around the French countryside. Try decadent and elegant mouthwatering dishes in luxurious surroundings. Choose the Signature Menu for an incredible dining experience, or if you have the time, go for the 14-course Innovation Menu that is sure to be an event you remember for the rest of your life.
Original Lindo Michoacan is one of the premier places for Mexican food in Las Vegas. Reasonable prices and delicious food help give this locale the great reputation that it has earned. The tequila bar and exciting margarita menu also contribute to the overall popularity, while the fun and lively atmosphere keep the party going. Popular drinks here include the Cadillac Margarita and the Mi Alma Margarita. Try the birra de chivo or mole rojo for unique treats, and make sure to ask for extra handmade flour and corn tortillas. Buen provecho!
This restaurant is well known for a variety of fresh seafood and outstanding steaks cooked to perfection. The frites are absolutely addictive. Choose to sit inside or relax outside on the patio overlooking Las Vegas Boulevard and the Bellagio Fountains. The decor makes you feel just like you are in a Parisian bistro. Don't miss the amazing desserts like the Creme Brulee and the Bananas Foster crepe. Food is reasonably priced with generous servings.
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.
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.
The Buffet at the Wynn Las Vegas is a great place to satiate your hunger with some wonderful delicacies; it's also a feast for the eyes with flowers decorating the interior. It's a gourmet heaven and serves smoked salmon, prime rib, salads, sandwiches, pancakes, sushi, and almost anything else you can think of. With 17 cooking stations to choose from including a risotto station, a dessert room, and a sushi counter, you will have a hard time deciding what to eat!
Dine with authentic Picasso paintings on the walls and enjoy an AAA Five Diamond Award Mediterranean dinner at the Bellagio. This elegant restaurant wows diners with fresh seasonal menus prepared with the freshest ingredients. There's even a vegetarian menu featuring delicious items like fennel and celery root ravioli. Make sure to admire the original artwork by Picasso before you enjoy your meal.
A visit to this elegant restaurant takes you back in time to the 1930s, when the martinis were strong and glamor was essential. This plush restaurant is one of the fancier steakhouses in town, complete with marble floors, velvet drapes and soft lighting from a small lamp on each table. A huge wine list is offered and a full bar is seen as you enter the establishment. Superb seafood, steak and chicken dishes are standard menu items. It is located in the Bellagio Hotel.
For the ultimate dining treat, put Le Cirque on your list. Overlooking the lake at the Bellagio Resort, patrons book well in advance for the opportunity to sample the marvelous French cuisine. At Le Cirque, the dark, plush colors merged with the Maccioni Family circus themes accentuate this unique experience. In traditional gourmet style, the restaurant offers a five-course "Degustation," or tasting menu. The extensive wine list features more than 500 international choices.
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.