However, Strip is an abode of the various best restaurants, which echoes the vibrancy of the food and culinary creativity, but for a first-time traveler, it is too much to ask from, to go to one of the perfect restaurants in the city.
Hence to help you understand some of the iconic restaurants from the city , we’ve brought this post today, which would help you carve out the right choice. Let’s read further ahead.
1. RESTAURANT GUY SAVOY
Incredibly popular Chef Guy Savoy has this amazingly designed restaurant, not jus tin the décor but also high in the menu, situated at the Caesars Palace.
This restaurant has received numerous culinary awards and accolades and is a MUST for every foodie to make a visit here.
You may find the chef’s signature artichoke and black truffle soup, which is available on the Prestige Tasting Menu. Also don’t miss the freshly prepared fish, lobster and beef, and the menu which keeps on changing throughout the year.
The main attraction here is the Krug Chef’s Table, a two-six person experience, that gives the exclusive kitchen view while serving a menu created to pair with Krug’s Champagnes.
2. SPARROW + WOLF
The name is too much unique; Sparrow + Wolf, and so is the menu. The menu is fully inspired by the chef’s travels, his training, and his Midwestern upbringing. And that brings the seasonal ingredients, great drinks, and a welcoming neighborhood vibe all going in together with the food that is being served here.
Here the menu keeps on shuffling as per the season and you can find the dishes like hamachi carpaccio, Chinatown Clams Casino, wood-roasted bone marrow “Beef N Cheddah” and Campfire Duck with seared foie gras, wood ear mushrooms and salted plum.
In this restaurant, another best part is that the Chef’s Table has a multiple course meal, which keeps rotating dishes weekly. Also, the drink menu is vast and great that includes wine, beer and a selection of unique cocktails, such as Safeword, Stiggins Pineapple Rum, Hazlenut Orgeat, and unusually tasteful OM Chocolate Sea Salt with lime.
3. TWIST BY PIERRE GAGNAIRE
On the streets of Strip, Chef Pierre Gagnaire has started this restaurant which is popular for offering the incredible French food decorated with delicious creativity. It is situated on the 23rd floor of the Waldorf Astoria, Twist boasts.
Here you may find every possible menu from classic French cuisine with a modern spin. Get ready to be enthralled by the dishes like New Zealand venison with rosemary and juniper, cabbage, braised daikon, roasted pineapple puree, Brussels Sprout Leaves, and grilled bacon.
But more excitement states that menu options here change seasonally. You can find the tasting menu and a la carte options.
Did I mention that the décor of this TWIST is exceptionally awesome, where the floor-to-ceiling windows and a dramatic glass staircase lead to a suspended wine loft. Also, you cannot be left get influenced by the lighting here, which sums up more than 300 gold globes, that are designed and architected in a way, so it seems they all are floating in the air, and that gives the most beautiful aura while dining here.
4. ECHO & RIG BUTCHER AND STEAKHOUSE
It is most known as Echo & Rig’s, which has an incredible design that features a butcher shop on the first floor, which is the first sign this isn’t your average steakhouse.
Here the décor is designed that gives the comfortable, slightly industrial style keeps the atmosphere casual and welcoming.
Here the signature selections include the Spencer Steak, classic Rib-Eye, and the unusual Bavette, Butcher’s Cuts steaks. Every steak here is served with a selection of tasty sauces like a red wine demi, brandied mushroom, and horseradish cream. Apart from Beef, you can enjoy lamb, chicken, and fish, with a selection of sides and vegetables.
5. DISTRICT ONE
District One is one of the popular destination in las Vegas for popular Asian cuisines, coming from different Asian regions: Vietnam, Thailand, China, and Japan. You can find the menu filled with a variety of plates, like edamame, spring rolls, chicken wings, grilled whole squid, fried calamari, fresh oysters, deep-fried soft shell crab and a host of other dishes.
Also, if you lie Vitemnese soup, then there is a complete section devoted to it. The specials include the Maine Lobster in pho broth with rice noodles, black pepper lobster and grilled king crab legs with spicy aioli. Don’t forget to relish the Chicken in a Clay Pot with Chinese sausage, and that let your table be served with the delicious options on the menu.
6. OTHER MAMA
Lately, Other Mama has received the rave reviews with Las Vegas locals, due to another level of food it has got to serve.
Although, this restaurant is a little not so popular with tourists due to its off-the-Strip location, but still the whiff amazingly fresh seafood is the main attraction at Other Mama, that keeps letting the tourists in lesser and locals in bigger number here.
You may find the menu filled with caviar, grilled fish, non-seafood entrees, and daily chalkboard specials give diners every possible reason to stay stick to this menu.
Here the best selection is from the raw bar, with sushi, sashimi, ceviche, and fresh oysters. Alo the drink menu includes refreshing cocktails as well as sake, wine and beer. The atmosphere is welcoming and warm, which gives you enough reasons to come here repeatedly.
7. ESTIATORIO MILOS
Located on the strip, Estiatorio Milos provides the best Greek food, that is clubbed with incredibly fresh seafood. Here the seafood is sourced from around the world, which comes in regularly to prepare the flavorful Mediterranean style magic in food.
Here guests are being given the dishes like the grilled octopus with fava beans from Santorini, calamari, crab cakes and a truly amazing selection of fresh fish.
Also, you cannot miss that prized Loup de Mer is an Estiatorio Milos signature dish, with the fish cooked in sea salt and finished with extra virgin olive oil and capers.
Mouthwatering isn’t it???
But there is more for you, as there is a raw bar or one of the many selections of fish, shellfish or octopus. Lamb and beef are also available.
8. RAKU GRILL
Raku Is located on the west side of the strip and has the exacting and flavor-filled food. Today this very restaurant has been covered by travel and food shows. You can enjoy some of the dishes which are the specialty of this place such as pork ear, pork cheek, and homemade tofu.
Japanese food cuisine is on the popularity meter here but there is a wide menu of delights, like Steamed Foi Gras Egg Custard, or Kobe beef in several preparations.
Through Raku -Japanese restaurant has expanded, but it’s still a small place, so reservations are a must. Also, you can plan on a short cab ride from the Strip.
9. ESTHER’S KITCHEN
Esther’s Kitchen is situated at the downtown, but this restaurant is the perfect example of the modern, farm-to-table style Italian restaurant, that gives the fresh take on food to diners since 2017, the official year restaurant opening.
Being classified as “seasonal Italian soul food,” Esther’s Kitchen provides the menu full of house-made pasta–spaghetti, chitarra, rigatoni, bucatini, house-made bread, with exotically flavorful meat and cheese board and pizzas.
Here dinner is served as the sit-down service, lunchtime is informal, with orders for salads, sandwiches, pasta, and pizzas placed at the counter and delivered to the table.
10. JOËL ROBUCHON
Ever thought of relishing the lavish, award-winning French food, which leaves a mesmerizing taste on the tongue even after you leave the place.
Here you may find the fixed menus provide the impeccable French Nouvelle cuisine, which gives the best meats, seafood that will make you go weak on your knees.
Also, the multi-course menu is the star of the restaurant, and apart from that, you get multiple options from the menu to choose from. Here the signature dishes include La Langoustine, truffled langoustine ravioli with chopped cabbage, and Le Poulet Fermier, chicken and foie gras with Chateau Chalon, chestnut and black truffle.
Don’t forget to indulge in the bread and dessert options, along with the wines, that earn the highest marks for quality and taste.
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11. BARDOT BRASSERIE
This stylish new spot from Michael Mina has everything you want in a French brasserie: modern takes on classic dishes, ample wines by the glass and a champagne cart, so you can browse the by-the-flute options before choosing your bubbly. On weekend mornings Bardot packs ’em in with its popular brunch, where you can order a variety of croissant Benedicts, brioche French toast with vanilla mascarpone and almond brittle, or the Hunter’s Waffle with duck confit and poached eggs. Accompany your meal with bottomless rosé. This is Vegas after all.
12. FERRARO’S RESTAURANT AND WINE BAR
The Ferraro family has been keeping Las Vegas in osso bucco for 30 years, but they’re far from one-trick restaurateurs. The menu at their Paradise Road restaurant just across from the Hard Rock ranges from entry-level flavors to more sophisticated fare like braised rabbit or tripe in spicy tomato sauce, best washed down with a bottle of Italian red. Need a late-night snack? Ferraro’s serves a limited menu from 11pm-2am at 25% off regular prices.
13. PIZZA ROCK
We could list Pizza Rock chef Tony Gemignani’s credentials, the many awards and titles he’s won. But we’ll just say this: The man knows his way around a pie. And there are plenty on the menu at this downtown restaurant, where the pizzas are listed according to their cooking temperature and type of oven. Purists will want the Margherita Napoletana (baked in a 900-degree wood-fired oven), while more adventurous types might opt for the Cal Italia with gorgonzola, prosciutto and fig preserves (650-degree gas brick oven) or one of the Romana varieties (700-degree electric brick oven)—long, thin pies with three different sets of toppings. The decor is unfortunately more focused on the rock than the pizza, but the food is worth the view of a decorative truck parked in the dining room.
14. HONEY SALT
Of the smattering of local brunch joints that are worth getting out of bed for on Sundays, Honey Salt is the fanciest and arguably the best. Menu standouts include a citrus brioche monkey bread, the New England Fry (Ipswich clams and calamari, blistered shishito peppers and sriracha and lime aioli) and pancakes with seasonal fruit. If you’re suffering from a hangover, the bloody Mary caddy will make you right as rain with its mélange of Stoli hot jalapeño, 2nite vodkas, housemade Bloody Mary mix, farm fresh vegetables, Tabasco, fresh horseradish, manchego cheese and Slim Jims.
15. LOTUS OF SIAM
Lauded by food bloggers and critics, Lotus of Siam was rated the best Thai restaurant in the U.S. by defunct culinary bible, Gourmet magazine. We might not go that far, but it is certainly a rare and unexpected treat in an otherwise unprepossessing strip mall. Saipin Chutima presides over a huge menu (and equally impressive wine list), which can be a little overwhelming on a first visit. Do yourself a favor and try something from the Northern Thai section—we’re partial to the khao soi egg noodles in coconut cream curry—and don’t miss the nam kao tod, crispy rice with sour pork sausage, cilantro, chili and lime.
Wolfgang Puck, the man responsible for revolutionizing Las Vegas visitors’ eating expectations (with Spago), opened this classic steakhouse in the Palazzo in 2008. Since then, Cut has demonstrated that it’s a slice above many other steak joints. For one thing, that’s practically all you find here: meat, meat and more glorious meat. Go for the 100 percent pure Japanese Wagyu if you can, but rest assured there are no bad choices here, only splendid steaks grilled over wood and charcoal and finished under a 1,200-degree broiler. Complete your meal with one of the dozen side-dish options, a topper or sauces like wasabi-yuzu kosho butter or brightly herbal chimichurri.
17. BLACK SHEEP
Since chef Jamie Tran (formerly of Daniel Boulud’s DB Brasserie) opened this category defying spot in 2017, it has been an unmitigated hit, named Eater’s Restaurant of the Year and Desert Companion’s Neighborhood Restaurant of the Year in its first 12 months. What’s behind the buzz? Food inspired by Tran’s childhood and informed by her work in top kitchens: Think bao sliders with homemade sausage and fried quail eggs and slow-cooked short rib with Indonesian corn fritters and gochujang rice cakes. If you read the menu and your mouth doesn’t water, you’re not paying enough attention.
The sole Vegas outpost from chef Thomas Keller, this bright, airy bistro well removed from the casino hubbub serves polished French cooking that covers all the bases, from steak frites and onion soup to the Grand Plateau, a seafood tower loaded with oysters, shrimp, clams, mussels and crab. Don’t sleep through breakfast. Bouchon is the rare Strip restaurant that serves one during the week, as well as a crowd-pleasing weekend brunch that fills up quickly. It’s worth the wait for that basket of fresh pastries and the roasted chicken with bacon-chive waffle.
19. BOBBY’S BURGER PALACE
Sometimes you just need the smokey, salty, gooey, savory goodness of brunch… on top of a burger. Bobby Flay knows this, which is why his Mandarin Oriental location of Bobby’s Burger Palace offers the brunch burger, essentially an entire breakfast sandwich balanced atop an Angus patty. Flay considers it a hangover killer (though you could pair it with a prickly pear margarita if things get extra hairy).
20. GORDON RAMSAY STEAK
Gordon Ramsay Steak became an instant hit when it opened in 2012 and this contemporary steakhouse continues to attract. While the entrance is located on the Paris Las Vegas casino floor, diners are escorted through a London Tube into a vibrant multi-story eatery where senses are ignited. Dinner begins with a steak cart presentation to learn about the various cuts and preparation methods, like the roasted beef wellie and seared Japanese Kobe. Must-try items include an iced shellfish platter and Ramsay’s signature sticky toffee pudding.