Our favourite places to eat in Las Vegas


When people ask us what was our favourite part of any trip, nine times out of ten it’s always the food! Here’s a list of the most memorable places we ate whilst in Las Vegas. (A few I’ve added from last time we went a few years ago too)


The Wynn buffet 


Oh my word. Food HEAVEN! We had the Wynn buffet breakfast included in our stay price but did not have a clue what to expect. It was truly heaven on Earth, imagine every hangover food you’ve ever craved in one room and that’s the Wynn buffet. There’s pizza, chicken and waffles, burgers, Chinese, seafood, fish and chips, steak, sushi, a full on roast chicken dinner with veggies... literally everything imaginable plus the usual breakfast items such as bacon, eggs, porridge, fruit, various breads and pastries (but who wants that when there’s everything above lol). There’s even an omelette and pancake station, ice cream, desserts - it’s unbelievable and everything was DELISH. 






Rose. Rabbit. Lie. 


The best dining experience you’ll have in Vegas, hands down. It’s expensive but the food and cocktails are delicious and the entertainment is fantastic. I won’t give too much away, go and experience it for yourself - you won’t be disappointed! Their signature dish is the beef wellington which serves 8 people and it’s pretty impressive, honestly the best bit of beef I’ve ever had. You’ll find this supper club in the Chelsea tower inside the Cosmopolitan. 












Javier’s


Located inside the Aria, this is by far the best Mexican restaurant I’ve ever been too. The steak fajitas were to die for and the meat just melted in my mouth. They give you tortilla chips and salsa when you arrive and they just keep on coming, it’s amazing. Order a Tamarindo margarita and thank me later. 


The Sugar Factory 


By no means fine dining but we ate here once during our last visit to Vegas and on our first night this time round. Their signature is the huge fish bowl cocktails with sweets and dry ice that you may have seen all over Instagram but we gave them a miss this time around as I found them overpriced and gimmicky, girls were literally ordering them, taking a million photos and then walking out and leaving them! However, the food we had was just what we wanted after a long flight- comfort food. The chicken fingers and Mac n cheese balls were amazing! 


Carnevino 


We were recommended this restaurant by a taxi driver who promised it would be the best steak we’d ever have and he was not wrong! My dad and sister shared the ginormous t-bone steak so I got to try a bit and it was out of this world. I ordered the duck breast with raspberries and foie gras and it was delicious. They have a rather extensive wine menu too, another pricey one but where isn’t in Vegas for quality food. This Italian steakhouse is inside the Palazzo hotel. 


Wazuzu 


A fab pan-Asian restaurant located in the Wynn Encore. We shared crispy broccoli and pork potstickers to start and sweet and sour chicken, the barbecue plate and vegetable lo mein for mains. Everything was gorgeous but the crispy Brussels sprouts were absolutely divine! 


Heart Attack Grill 


Even though we were recommended this restaurant by numerous people and saw it on the TV, we were sceptical. From outside it looks like a bit of a dive but it’s something you’ve got to do in Vegas at least once! It’s shocking and absolutely awful but a great laugh and experience. I had a single bypass burger with 5 strips of bacon and fries and it was delish (although I couldn’t finish it, I can’t imagine how people have the biggest one on the menu!) washed down with a drip of wine, yes a DRIP! So fun and quirky, plus it’s the cheapest you’ll find wine in Vegas at just $15. You’ll have to get a taxi here if you’re staying in the strip as this is in downtown Las Vegas. 











Panda Express 


There are a few of these around I believe but we grabbed a quick takeout Chinese from the planet Hollywood one before seeing Gwen Stefani, I had the honey walnut shrimp and it was gorge!! 


Luke’s Lobster 


We had a shrimp roll from here and it was unreal, the roll was toasted in butter (drool). No photo sorry as I inhaled it in about 5 seconds! This was opposite our hotel near the fashion show mall. 


The Aria Cafe 


We ate here last time twice for breakfast, I still dream about the fried chicken and waffles even now. 




Drai’s beachclub 


Although a day club, this was the BEST meal we had in Vegas last time we were there. May be due to fact that we were all hanging out of our arses but I’ll always remember the fish tacos and chicken fingers, yummm. 




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