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.
The sheer number of best restaurants in Las Vegas is increasing almost exponentially as more and more massive hotel and resort complexes are constructed. Of course this means more choice for the consumer... it also means that restaurants open and close and get refurbished and change resident chefs on a seemingly daily basis. Consequently, it's a culinary minefield out there. Oh, the agony of choice.
The best Vegas restaurants range from culinary sensations helmed by Michelin-starred chefs to budget bites and bountiful buffets. Your favorite casinos offer an incredible selection of dining options, but it’s worth venturing off-Strip to sample local favorites too, from a Roman trattoria to truly authentic Thai.
Chefs who have trained and worked on the Strip are now taking their talents to the surrounding neighborhoods, opening exciting new restaurants that now rank among the city’s favorites (and are slightly less expensive). But long-standing dining destinations by celebrity chefs have stuck around for good reason: there’s nothing better than the glitz and glamor of Las Vegas dining on the Strip. Whether you’re looking for sensational sushi, mind-blowing vegan dishes, seasonal Italian, exceptional steak or transcendent French cuisine, Las Vegas has it.
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