If you enjoy good food and lots of it and you are spending your holidays in Las Vegas

then you are in for a culinary treat. There are so many fantastic restaurants in Las Vegas that you could probably eat at a different one every night for the rest of your life and not need to go in the same one twice! Whether you are on a strict budget or you’re ready to splash out and no matter what sort of food you desire, there are a multitude of options available to even the most discerning palate. All of the large mega-resorts such as Bellagio and Caesars Palace have a vast array of restaurants and eateries offering a wide range of international dishes and just about every famous chef has at least one restaurant here.

If you want absolutely the most desirable restaurants in Las Vegas then try Alex at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort, a 2 Michelin star French restaurant, Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace, another French-influenced establishment with 2 stars. Picasso at the Bellagio is another with 2 Michelin stars and Joel Robuchon at the Mansion in MGM Grand which is Vegas’ only 3 star Michelin awarded restaurant.

Not every restaurant is quite as fancy as those mentioned above and many are certainly not so expensive. To give you a brief example of the range of restaurants available within the larger resort hotels:- Bellagio has 11 delightful restaurants within their resort offering such culinary delights as Fix for traditional American fare; Jasmine for top-quality European dishes; Michael Mina for incredible seafood; Noodles with delectable couth-east Asian cuisine; Osteria del Circo for traditional Tuscan food, Picasso for French and Spanish-influenced dishes and Primo for the best steaks in town. Caesars Palace has 10 varied restaurants, the CityCenter complex has 15 to choose from and the Mandalay Bay Resort has 17 enticing eateries to satisfy your cravings. You don’t have to limit yourself just to the restaurants at the resort you’re staying at. Have a wander round and take your pick.

If all of these still sound a little too pricey or you just fancy something a little simpler then you’ll find that most of the large hotels have buffet options available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Prices vary depending on the quality and location of the hotel but generally those on the Strip are more expensive than those off it. Most places offer a great selection of dishes within their buffet meals which are both good value and good eating.

If you don’t have time to sit down and eat a full meal or perhaps you only fancy grabbing a quick bite then you should head to one of the many food courts available at the larger hotels and in the shopping malls. Featuring all of your favourite and most recognised fast-food joints, if you want something quick for you and the family, these places are both popular and cheap.

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