Located within the Caesar Palace Hotel, it is hard to pass up this place for a meal when you go strolling through the city at night, but it's still as bright as day, and you find this restaurant. I could not overcome the temptation and stopped to have dinner, which I'm glad I did because the food was delicious and served in large portions for 15 euros. For the type of restaurant it is, it's not bad.
All the buffets in the hotels were more expensive than we previously though. But to be America it was not that bad, and it was not paying tip. The food was good. Le Village Buffet brings to life 5 provinces of France through expertise and attention to detail. Each station is themed to a province and mimics the architecture of this zone. There is a big selection of pastries, cakes and desserts. Dinner was in a village type mimicking outdoor dining in the town square, which is what I liked. It was a buffet. Breakfast costs $ 15.99, Lunch $ 17.99, Dinner and Breakfast $ 24.99 $ 24.99 Hours of operation: Breakfast: 07 am-11 am, Mon - Sun Lunch: 11:00 AM - 3:30 PM, Mon - Champagne Brunch Sat: 11:00 AM - 3:30 PM, Saturday and Sunday Dinner: 3:30 pm - 10pm, Mon - Sun.
One of the many abundant restaurants in Las Vegas is the Hash House A Go Go, a place where you can eat for less than 10 € per person. The menu is extensive and includes everything from breakfast to main meals of meat or fish. The portions are large, so be careful when ordering because two people can eat perfectly well with one dish.
This is one of the classic places to see in Las Vegas. If you love motorcycles, this is your place. The place is a typical American restaurant cafe, but is all over the city center, well decorated, and always with a great atmosphere.
Open 24 hours a day 7 days a week, Planet Dailies a restaurant that fully satisfies your needs. Breakfast in particular, whether sweet or savory, is exquisite and never-ending. The place combines comfort with a nice design, and is situated inside the Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino on the main street in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is very famous for its food and all the buffets that are there, but one of the best is the Village Seafood Buffet at the Rio because it is specializes in seafood and offers a bit of everything. The price is expensive, $ 42, but if you like seafood, this place is worth it. There is an amazing variety of food, not only seafood but also all kinds of meat, vegetables, pasta, Chinese food, soups, and a variety of desserts that you can not even begin to imagine. If you enjoy eating, this city is the best, and this buffet does not disappoint.
Jean-Philippe Patisserie is the ideal place to try chocolates that are more delicious than you could ever dream of. Located in the Bellagio hotel, it has interesting things, like a mannequin, made of chocolate, a chocolate fountain, and an incredible variety of the most delicious things that you could make with chocolate. They also offer crepes, ice cream and cakes.
At the heart of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, next to the great chandelier hall, is Holsteins. This Burger Bar in Mandalay Bay is the world-wide reference in hamburgers, but it's also fashionable. These serve specialty burgers, with premium ingredients, and their prices are in accordance to their quality. I really recommend it, and the shakes are wonderful, simply wonderful! The music was great, though it would be better if it wasn't so loud.
It is so authentic that I don´t even want to tell you about this place. Only that you shouldn´t reserve a hotel with breakfast because you will miss the huge pancakes of Peppermill and you will regret it forever. The waitresses were fun, in neon, there were flowers, sky chairs, colorful sugar...and the best was how tasty everything was and you can get it all for 12 dollars. Don´t miss out!
Nestled in the heart of the shopping center The Grand Canal Shoppes, near the hotel casino The Venetian in Las Vegas, Breathe, an oxygen bar, is definitely a bar like no other. The oxygen bar is really a new concept. The idea is simple: you sit down, choose your flavor, and breathe calmly through a pipe with a thousand blue reflections ... Certainly an exotic experience, we guarantee it! A great time, even if we are only partially convinced of the health risks :)
If you're looking for something to eat in Las Vegas, there's nothing like a good buffet. All hotels on The Strip offer buffets, but I tested several, and Wynn surpasses all of them. The décor is ornate and somewhat reminiscent of a Ladurée atmosphere, with its pastel green and gold. The servers are very friendly and they clear the table whenever there's an empty plate. And the food .... Simply fabulous, all kinds of cuisine, of course, but much more sought after than the other buffets. Everything is so good you will want to taste everything! But go slowly to enjoy it to the fullest ... Bon appetit!
This restaurant is chaired by one of the five best chefs in the world, Julian Serrano. It serves some of the best tapas in Spanish cuisine, prepared dishes and some of the chef's personal creations. An omelette skewer costs 6 euros and a plate of chistorras cost 9 euros. Three people can eat here for about 90 euros.
During our month vacation in California and Nevada we went to several local Panda Express. All had the same quality, price and taste. Delicious dishes of sauteed foods at very cheap prices. You can eat for $ 10 and some places have free refills for drinks.
The Top of the World Restaurant is truly magical and romantic. Located at the top of the Stratosphere Tower in Las Vegas, it towers over all of Sin City, with an impressive view of the night lights of the city. You can enjoy all kinds of delicious and sophisticated dishes, with a view you will not find anywhere else.
If you want a great view of of Vegas while eating, this is THE place to go with your significant other for a romantic and fun time. Oh, and I forgot, the restaurant spins at 380 degrees an hour, allowing diners to see the whole city. Don't be too afraid if you see someone jump from the tower while you are enjoying your meal! (there is also bungee jumping at the top of this tower! Scary..) In short, if you choose this restaurant, try not to get dizzy!
My hosts took me to eat Thai cuisine at the best place in the old town: Le Thai. It's a hot spot, and apparently of such good quality that you have to book in advance or be prepared to wait before getting a table. From its appearance, it doesn't look very fancy or elaborate. In fact, the only complaint is that half the restaurant is open air, and despite the outdoor heaters, it can still be a little cold. However the food comes quickly. When ordering your plate, you have to choose the "level" of spicy, 1-5. I chose one, and quite honestly it was spicy! Maybe because I'm not used it. Still, don't be too risky and be honest about your ability to withstand heat! Besides the spice, it's very tasty. For about $10 a plate, you get a plentiful base of "noodles" or fried rice. The accompaniments are diverse, lots to choose from. The service is fast and of quality!
Located in the heart of the wild excitement of the Las Vegas Boulevard, also known as The Strip, the Hard Rock Café is a true American institution that deserves a visit during your visit to the city. We love the concept shop on the ground floor, which offers all kinds of Hard Rock products, as well as the bar and restaurant upstairs. The bar is open nightly and offers a great selection, and a relatively large dance floor where you can enjoy dancing until about midnight (after that, it quickly gets too crowded). In addition, the bar has a large terrace overlooking the strip (this is only open at night). Atmosphere guaranteed!