Discover The Best Places To Eat In Las Vegas With so much to do and so many places to visit in Las Vegas you will be so busy you may forget to eat. However, Vegas has a restaurant for every culture you can think of and thousands of restaurants and food outlets available. This means that you will never even see or hear of over 90% of them, and you could be missing out on some real gems. Most of the hotels serve cuisine in relation to what the theme of the hotel is, so if you like Italian you can go and visit the Venetian, but sticking solely to the large casino hotels for your food will prove to be an expensive business, there are a lot better value places around Las Vegas.
For those people who love Japanese food then you will not go wrong here. Situated on Mountain Road, food can start at $7 here. There is not a great selection but the food that they do serve is fabulous, and nearly all reviews are positive. A lot of people recommend the char sui as well as the pork bone broth which is their specialty.
Located on Sahara, this establishment serves up a lot of Asian food, Japanese, Thai, Malay, Filipino and a host of others. The food is always fresh and hot with a wide selection. The place is usually always buzzing despite the fact that it has many seats, so some days you may have to wait, but the trays of food never run empty. The buffet prices start at around $8 but it is dependent on what day and time you go, with nighttime at weekends being the most expensive.
This is in the Circus Circus Hotel which is not that well-known for food, and yet this is a wonderful place with succulent steaks on offer. It is also extremely well priced due to it not being a top end hotel, but the quality of the food is no different than the more expensive steakhouses. Steaks will only set you back between $10 to $15 and the wine is very well priced.
Not everyone loves seafood but for those that do then you are in for a real treat here. It is not cheap, but considering the place is in a city in the middle of the desert the food is so fresh. You can get a decent enough three course lunch for just over $20. Recommended in reviews is the tuna burger, crab cake and fresh lobster. This one is located inside the Cosmopolitan Hotel.
If you enjoy pizza then you will definitely like this place. All pizzas are handmade from the flour up, and you can taste the flavors of the passion the staff put into them. Find it on Green Valley Parkway.
Although some people only spend a few days in Las Vegas it is always worth visiting one or two restaurants off the beaten track as you may be surprised at the food you can get.