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Las Vegas is full of culinary adventures at every turn. Navigating the Las Vegas food scene can easily be an entire vacation and endless planning in itself. We know that, when it comes to food, the choices are endless, so we have to together a list of the food you absolutely shouldn't miss while in Las Vegas.
Inspired by the reality television food show Hell’s Kitchen, Gordon Ramsay opened the first location of Hell’s Kitchen inside the Caesar’s Palace, featuring a red and blue kitchen. Three must-try dishes are the classic beef wellington, Hell’s Kitchen burger and the sticky toffee pudding.
The Primrose restaurant inside Park MGM is a south of France inspired bistro with an amazing brunch menu. Sit in the beautiful garden patio sipping all-you-can-drink rosé and eating eggs benedict daily until 5:00 p.m.!
Located in downtown Las Vegas on Fremont Street, the Smashed Pig is a sleek and trendy gastropub. Serving up innovative British focused bar food with an international flare. We recommend getting the fish & chips and the yorkshire popovers.
Another restaurant on Fremont street with a gorgeous garden patio is Park on Fremont. It is a gastropub serving up innovative bar fare. Not only are they serving up great food, this spot is also very Instagrammable
Eataly is a massive Italian food hall with locations worldwide. Whether you’re looking for ingredients to cook your next Italian themed dinner or eat fabulous Italian food, this place at Park MGM’s got it all. We recommend getting the Salumi e Formaggi Misti board (an assortment of five cheeses and salumi) from La Salumeria Cheesemonger & Kitchen, the Tagliatelle con Ragu Alla Bolognese (fresh pasta house-made daily) from La Pasta Fresca Market & Kitchen, or pick up items from all of the different Cucina Del Mercato “Kitchen of the Market” for a pleasant outdoor picnic.
What’s a better cure for hangovers than boozy milkshakes? Fiddlestix is a restaurant inside the Gold Spike hotel in downtown Las Vegas that makes a Unicorn grilled cheese sandwich stuffed with four different rainbow coloured kinds of cheese. The rainbow cheese pull is the highlight of this sandwich.
Recommended by locals, the Donut Bar is the best award-winning donut shop in Las Vegas, and they sell out every day! Their classic donut, “Homer’s Donut,” pays homage to Homer, a character on the Simpsons while special creation donuts such as the Big Poppa Tart Donut has a Kellog’s Pop Tart stuffed inside.
Feeling fancy? Joël Robuchon had the most Michelin stars a chef has ever had at 31 stars, and there are two restaurants opened by him in Las Vegas. Both located inside the MGM Grand, three Michelin star Joël Robuchon offers a tasting menu while L'Atelier De Joël Robuchon offer prix-fixe menus.
A unique restaurant in Las Vegas is Flock & Fowl. A husband and wife duo, Sheridan Su and Jenny Wong, are cooking up hainanese chicken. Other dishes include Indonesian fried chicken and fried chicken baos. Su is a 2019 James Beard semifinalist nominee.
Located inside The Venetian Resort, Bouchon is a one Michelin star French bistro opened by Thomas Keller. Enjoy a perfect French omelet for brunch outside on their patio. Keller is the chef and owner of several other extraordinary Michelin star restaurants such as French Laundry and Per Se.
Written by Candy Chou