Here we list some of the best dining experiences in restaurants that are located within the walls of Las Vegas Hotels.
Joel Robuchon at the MGM Grand tops many critics best of lists. Featuring meals almost too beautiful to eat, your taste buds will be treated to numerous culinary delights. For those with the time; and money, Joel Robuchon offers a 16 course meal that features frog legs, lobster, risotto, and much more.
The Bellagio Hotel and Casino is home to Picasso which offers its diners a chance to eat great French and Spanish cuisine. The menu includes dishes such as: pigeon, poached oysters, celery root ravioli, and deer. Guests also get an added bonus when dining at Picasso as there are eleven of the artist's painting on display.
For those unable to make the trip to Paris for the original restaurant, Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace is the best alternative. Run by the famous chef's son, the restaurant features popular menu items from its French counterpart such as black truffle soup. There is also a 10 course Menu Prestige available for those looking to enjoy a long night with friends.
While the food at the Stratosphere Casino Hotel & Tower's restaurant Top of the World is top notch; the main draw to the restaurant is its amazing view of the city. Over 800 feet in the air, the dining room rotates 360 degrees to allow guests the best view of Las Vegas available. The menu includes: steak, seafood, vegan meals, and a great wine selection.
Located on the 23rd floor of the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas; the fine dining restaurant Twist offers great views of The Strip. The menu features dishes created by chef Pierre Gagnaire who has three Michelin Stars. Menu items include: lamb, crayfish, loup de mer, and a la carte dishes.
Perhaps the best steakhouse in Las Vegas is Carnevino at the Palazzo Las Vegas. As the name would imply the restaurant offers great aged steaks paired with excellent wines. The menu includes: veal, pork, lamb, as well as handmade pasta.
Featuring one of the best atmospheres in Las Vegas, the Mon Ami Gabi at the Paris Las Vegas feature authentic French cuisine and over 80 french wines. You can either dine inside or on the patio and watch the Bellagio Fountain show as you eat. The menu includes: duck leg confit, quiche Lorraine, salmon with quinoa, and wild escargot.
While many of the restaurants on this list feature great French or Italian restaurants, Sage at the Aria Las Vegas offers great modern American cuisine. The menu includes veal sweetbreads, octopus, pork lion, and farm-fresh vegetables.
For great Greek and Mediterranean cuisine, Estiatorio Milos located in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is your best option. Offering a bit of interactive dining, guests get to select what they will eat from an open-air cooler filled with fish and more for the freshest possible meal.
The largest of its kind in the world, Nobu Restaurant is the crown jewel of the Nobu Hotel which is tucked away inside Caesars Palace. The restaurant offers a relaxing atmosphere away from the bustling casino floor. The menu includes: yellowtail sashimi, Japanese snapper, rock shrimp tempura, and vanilla miso tart.