06 December 2016

 

5 best restaurants in Las Vegas

Our favourite places to eat. Enjoy awesome food and stunning decor

Like dining in a glass of champagne

1. miX

Like dining in a glass of champagne

Our favourite place to eat

If there's any city that knows how to wow the crowds, it's Vegas. To stand out here, you need to be truly amazing. In the world of restaurants, that would be miX. Your entire experience there is sublime. Start with aperitifs in the lounge with amazing view of the Strip. Move into the restaurant proper and be blown away by hundreds of hand-blown Murano glass bubbles. And the Fillet Mignon Rossini? It's probably the best steak you’ll ever have. This isn't fine dining. It’s finer.

3950 Las Vegas Blvd

Tel: 702.632.7200

The Circus is in town

2. Le Cirque

The Circus is in town

Le Cirque is no side show. It’s the real deal. Trumpeting its thirteenth consecutive year AAA Five Diamond, this colourful Vegas legend is the ringmaster of French cuisine. The ingenuity – and sheer deliciousness – of its menu deserves the applause. From langoustines with caviar to raisin brioche with foie gras and white chocolate, this restaurant, like a skilled tightrope walker, never puts a foot wrong. And the décor is divine too. You dine under a bright and colourful big top.

3600 Las Vegas Blvd   Tel: (702) 693-8100

Home from home

3. Honey Salt

Home from home

It’s not all glitz and air-kisses in Vegas! Inspired by the meals a couple shared in their home with their loved ones, Honey Salt is a restaurant devoted to family, friends and community. The menu balances life in the desert with the unique ingredients regionally available. There’s also a fun kiddies menu, cocktails for the grown-ups and yummy dessert for everyone! Our fave was the brick oven chicken – and, without a doubt, the very warm, very genuine welcome.

1031 S. Rampart Blvd.   Tel: (702) 445-6100

Food raised to an art form

4. Picasso

Food raised to an art form

Welcome to one of the few restaurants where you can dine with an original Picasso next to your table! Even better, the food is as unique as the artwork. French cuisine cooked by a Spanish chef in an Italian-themed hotel in Vegas. That’s some combination – but it’s priceless, having received 13 AAA Fine Dining Awards, and offering up such masterpieces as roasted Maine lobster with a trio of corn. Better yet, your meal is framed by a choice of 1,500 wines in the cellar.

3600 Las Vegas Blvd.   Tel: (702) 693-7223

Calling all culinary carnivores

5. Cut

Calling all culinary carnivores

Being named one of the top three steakhouses in America is no small honour in a country renowned for its love of meat. But CUT has raised the bar within the fine dining industry. The beef is dry-aged for weeks, absorbing maximum flavour and character. But it's not just a great steak that’s on offer, the salads, seafood and desserts are just as impeccable. The downside, notes one local critic, is that you'll never visit your local steakhouse again without feeling let down. We can live with that.

The Palazzo, 3325 Las Vegas Blvd   Tel: (702) 607-6300

 
 
 
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