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Joel Robuchon

French 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of the world's greatest chefs, Joël Robuchon has come to epitomize fine, French cuisine. — Forbes Travel Guide

It's where you want to be eating, if you can afford it--and if they'll give you a reservation. — BlackBook

Joël Robuchon's Mansion at MGM Grand is considered "the" restaurant that everyone who's serious about food must try. Dinner there is a serious affair -- the last time I dined there, we... — Afar Magazine

Great care was taken in choosing and combining ingredients, to create not fuss but both surprise and a sense of rightness. — Frommer's

The acclaimed Chef of the Century leads the pack in the French invasion of Las Vegas. — Lonely Planet

Picasso

French 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

French- and Spanish-inspired dishes from celebrated chef Julian Serrano. — Travel + Leisure

"Who wouldn't want to eat surrounded by original Picassos?" wonder fans of chef Julian Serrano's "life-changing" New French at the Bellagio. — Zagat

This restaurant, adorned with some of the artist's original works, raised the city's dining scene a notch when it opened. — Fodor's

At this temple of gastronomy (and veritable Picasso museum), Julian Serrano and his solid team deliver a culinary extravaganza. — Gayot

Paradise for foodies and fine art lovers, this acclaimed eatery surrounds guests with the best of both worlds. — BlackBook

Lotus of Siam

Thai 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This longtime Eastside spot filled with "locals and foodies from across the country" is "off the hook" with "unusual, ultratasty" Northern Thai specialties. — Zagat

This restaurant doesn’t look like much from the outside: at a grungy strip mall in windswept Winchester, sandwiched between a wig shop and a bar with blacked-out windows. The décor isn't... — Condé Nast Traveler

Certainly a rare and unexpected treat in an otherwise unprepossessing strip mall. — Time Out

It looks like another formica-ed strip mall joint, but Lotus of Siam’s haute Thai has been lauded by Gourmet and Zagat. — BlackBook

Their khaosoi is just about perfect, simultaneously dense and delicate, with enough raw chile heat to give the soup some treble. — LA Weekly

Restaurant Guy Savoy

French 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Dinner at Guy Savoy is such an event that it has its own valet entrance on the south side of Caesars Palace. Settle in for a long, special evening -- nothing about this magical night is... — Afar Magazine

Expect an all-encompassing experience for the eyes and stomach at Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace, the only place in America to savor the cuisine of this celebrated French chef. — Gayot

A restaurant coup of epic portions occurred when Guy Savoy chose Las Vegas over New York and San Francisco for his latest U.S. restaurant. — BlackBook

Diners looking for an upscale experience can sample the elegant and legendary French cuisine of Chef Guy Savoy at his namesake restaurant in Caesars Palace. — Las Vegas Weekly

Deemed "very close to perfection", this "sublime" New French at Caesars Palace – like its Paris sib – gives diners the chance to "luxuriate in the best of everything.". — Zagat

Julian Serrano

International 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

You can do some great people-watching at Julian Serrano. — Forbes Travel Guide

Less expensive than its northerly sib, Picasso, this Spaniard by "master chef" Julian Serrano purveys "tapas as they should be", with a menu of "sublime" small plates. — Zagat

The dining and drinking options of Aria are arranged in themed groups. At the resort's southern entry is the hip Union and adjacent Deuce Lounge. — Las Vegas Weekly

Superb and very stylish tapas restaurant, adjoining Aria’s main lobby. — Rough Guide

Julian Serrano is one of the few star chefs in Vegas who's actually spending time in his kitchens: before, the much-lauded Picasso. — BlackBook

Delmonico Steakhouse

Steakhouses 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Emeril Lagasse's "ode to the classic steakhouse" at the Venetian provides "exquisite" meats... in a "tranquil" setting exuding a "laid-back feel.". — Zagat

Not a typical steakhouse, this spacious restaurant - with vaulted ceiling and 12ft oak doors - is an update on Chef Emeril Lagasse's New Orleans eatery. — Michelin Guide

A daunting 435 selections of Scottish, Irish, Canadian, Japanese and American whiskies (including bourbons). — Las Vegas Weekly

Old Tuscan monastery-style arched ceilings set the tone for Emeril Lagasse's 260-seat steakhouse. — Gayot

Although Delmonico is TV chef Emeril Lagasse’s Las Vegas version of a classic New Orleans steakhouse, the decor is “modern Tuscan,” in deference to the Venetian’s Italian roots. — Rough Guide

Mon Ami Gabi

French 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This charming bistro is one of our favorite local restaurants. It has it all: a delightful setting, better-than-average food, and affordable prices. — Frommer's

Mon Ami Gabi wears its French theming more casually. As such, it’s enjoyable. — Time Out

Think très charming Champs Élysées bistro. Breezy patio tables in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower are parfait for alfresco dining and people-watching. — Lonely Planet

Thankfully, "you don't feel like you have to mortgage the house" to enjoy the scenery, "delicious" food or "pleasant" service, and that suits the frequent "crowds" just fine. — Zagat

They call it a steakhouse, but the feel is more like a proper French pavement bistro, both outside and in the conservatory-like indoor dining room. — Rough Guide

Bouchon

French 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Thomas Keller, who for years was treated like a unicorn because it was so very impossible to get into his French Laundry in Yountville, became a little more accessible after he opened Per... — Travel + Leisure

"Amazing from start to finish", Thomas Keller's "fab" French bistro in the Venetian (a spin-off of his Napa original) again wins the Most Popular title in Vegas. — Zagat

Cousin of Thomas Keller's original Bouchon in the Napa Valley, The Venetian's rendition shares the same menu, but is also open for breakfast. — Michelin Guide

Thomas Keller’s take on a Parisian bistro feels nothing like Vegas, with a pewter-topped bar, Duchamp-inspired murals, and view onto a French-style courtyard. — BlackBook

Gifted chef-restaurateur Thomas Keller... opened a Bouchon restaurant atop The Venetian's Venezia Tower on the Strip. — Gayot

Michael Mina at Bellagio

Buffets 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An adventurous fusion menu of ocean delights features such dishes as savory black mussel soufflé and Maine lobster in Thai coconut cream. — Lonely Planet

This elegant restaurant, which boasts Robert Rauschenberg art on the wall, delivers among the very best cutting-edge cuisine on the Strip. — Gayot

The restaurant is the perfect storm of design and cuisine, from its chic décor with floor-to-ceiling blond wood shelves to its innovative menu and equally sleek wine collection. — Forbes Travel Guide

Though one of the priciest of the buffets, the Bellagio still gets high marks from visitors. — Frommer's

This offshoot of the celebrated San Francisco seafood restaurant, in Bellagio’s Conservatory, is firmly established in Las Vegas’s very highest dining echelon. — Rough Guide

Aureole

American 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chef Charlie Palmer's high- tech restaurant boasts a four-story, glass-enclosed wine tower crawling with human "wine angels" who retrieve diners' selections from among 10,000 bottles. — Michelin Guide

Celebrity-chef Charlie Palmer re-created his famed New York restaurant for Mandalay Bay. — Fodor's

Where else can you dine within sight of a four-story, 4,500-bottle wine tower, up and down which float harnessed wine angels, fetching your choice? — Time Out

Capped with a "spectacular" tower that slinkily clad "wine angels" scale "like mountain climbers" to obtain your vino, über-chef Charlie Palmer's "stunning" New American at Mandalay Bay. — Zagat

Although Charlie Palmer's seasonal American dishes... are the culinary draw at Aureole, the main attraction is the central four-story glass and steel wine tower. — Lonely Planet

Raku

Japanese 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On the outskirts of Chinatown, this Japanese robata-style charcoal grill is a tasty journey. — Lonely Planet

The focus is on robata—charcoal-grilled meats and vegetables—but the real treats are on the daily-changing chalkboard menu. — Travel + Leisure

Off-Strip Japanese spot draws in-the-know locals (including celeb chefs like seafood maven Rick Moonen) with a menu that extends far beyond sushi. — BlackBook

Get past the run-down Strip mall location on the west side of town and you'll find one of the most interesting, unique, and purely divine restaurants in all of Las Vegas. — Frommer's

Seating is at a premium in this dimly lit strip-mall robata, where, at 6 pm sharp, doors open for small-plate offerings of creamy house-made tofu. — Fodor's

Alize at the Palms

French 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With each course it becomes more evident that extra attention is being paid to these vegetarian dishes, almost as if the kitchen’s goal is to out-do the fish or beef dishes in flavor and presentation. — Las Vegas Weekly

Complete with his signature bar and 1,700-label cellar (with over 7,000 bottles), Alize occupies the hotel's top floor with a spectacular view of the Strip and surrounding mountains. — Gayot

Las Vegas chef André Rochat's top-drawer gourmet room is named after a gentle Mediterranean trade wind. — Lonely Planet

This fine French restaurant with soaring glass walls set high atop the Palms Resort offers one of the best views of the city, including the Strip — Fodor's

Perhaps the classiest thing at The Palms, Andre Rochat's spectacular 56th floor dining room serves up French savoir-faire and fabulous cuisine. — BlackBook

Sinatra

Italian 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The intimate dining room is often filled with two-tops looking for a romantic alternative to the frenzied pulse of Vegas. — Forbes Travel Guide

Located in the Encore Tower Suites, Sinatra offers up a contemporary take on classic Italian cooking and is the only restaurant sanctioned by the Sinatra family to bear his name. — Gayot

This restaurant has the rare status of being offically sanctioned by the Sinatra family and is crammed with memorabilia. — BlackBook

The swish Encore resort recalls the panache of vintage Vegas by dedicating one of its fine-dining venues to Frank Sinatra. — Fodor's

Old Blue Eyes theme swank restaurant... satisfying selection of northern Italian dishes bursting with fresh flavors. — Frommer's

Wing Lei

Barbecue 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Wing Lei combines Chinese flavors with Western technique to create a Forbes Four Star award-winning dining experience. — Las Vegas Weekly

Gleaming gold and cool jade hues, ornate fabric-covered walls and throne-like chairs backed with gold lamé set off this tony Michelin-starred dining room — Lonely Planet

Often hailed as the finest Chinese gourmet in the city, this Michelin-rated restaurant serves fresh, authentic dishes in a sleek dining room set inside Wynn Las Vegas. — Travel + Leisure

Expect cultured Chinese food in a predictably luxurious environment in this Michelin-starred restaurant. — Time Out

Housed in an "opulent" space that's a "visual banquet in red and gold", this "elegant" Chinese at the Wynn appeases Sinophiles with "top-drawer" cuisine. — Zagat

Joel Robuchon

French 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Similar to the original L'Atelier in Paris and the other "workshop" in Tokyo, L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon at the MGM Casino is a must-try spot for anyone who admires this Michelin-starred,... — Afar Magazine

Push the boat out and go for the seasonal discovery tasting menu; it’s worth the $159 price tag. — Time Out

Helmed by France’s “Chef of the Century” Joël Robuchon, L’Atelier is the more relaxed and slightly less expensive sister of neighboring namesake restaurant Joël Robuchon. — Travel + Leisure

No surprise here: The cuisine is all French, and signature dishes include a langoustine fritter with basil pesto and free-range quail stuffed with foie gras. — Forbes Travel Guide

L'Atelier is the shortcut way to access Joel Robuchon's artistry in the culinary world. — Gayot

Mesa Grill at Caesars Palace

American 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A celebrity-chef restaurant done right. Though chef Bobby Flay lives in New York, you'd think he's in the kitchen here at Caesars Palace by the way servers refer to him ("Chef Flay... — Condé Nast Traveler

I'm sure everyone has discovered what they believe to be the best dining experience in Vegas and I'm no exception — Afar Magazine

Bobby Flay's 8,800-square-foot Mesa Grill houses a 28-seat bar and lounge, a three-tiered dining room and a bustling exhibition kitchen. — Gayot

Serving contemporary Southwestern cuisine in a prime location facing the Colosseum doors. — Rough Guide

At his first venture beyond New York City, the perpetually televised Bobby Flay spins out gourmet tamales and other Southwestern specialties for a conservative crowd. — BlackBook

China Poblano

Chinese 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Mixing Chinese and Mexican cuisines may not seem like the most obvious choice. Chef José Andrés defends the concept with a history lesson. — Frommer's

Not long after opening L.A.'s sleek multi-concept Bazaar, José Andrés took on Sin City with a restaurant that marries Chinese and Mexican food. Don't think fusion, Andrés's restaurant is... — Condé Nast Traveler

José Andrés’s taco and dumpling bar is a totally authentic taste of Mexico City that just happens to be situated inside the bustling Cosmopolitan hotel — goop

Hands down, China Poblano at the Cosmopolitan offers the most unlikely menu pairings you’ll find. — Time Out

José Andrés is taking on Sin City with a restaurant that marries Chinese and Mexican food. — Concierge

Bacchanal Buffet

Burgers 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you thought you knew the Las Vegas buffet, the $17-million, 600-seat Bacchanal will redefine it for you. — Condé Nast Traveler

With more than 500 different dishes, Bacchanal shouldn’t just offer a single meal. It should offer a weekly pass. — Time Out

The new Bacchanal comes in the form of a 500-plus item, all-you-can-eat buffet that takes the crown for not only conspicuous consumption but also for the cost of living this large. — Frommer's

It’s fun. But it’ll be quite a while before I have that much fun again. — Las Vegas Weekly

Caesars Palace completely revamped its buffet experience with the Bacchanal Buffet, a culinary extravaganza of more than 500 dishes daily, plus 15 chef's specials, with an emphasis on... — Fodor's

Le Cirque

French 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Bellagio spin-off of the celebrated NYC original is a "first-class" destination in its own right, presenting "superb" New French cuisine and a "tremendous" wine list. — Zagat

Sirio Maccioni and sons transport Le Cirque's elegant ambience from New York to the Strip in this handsome mahogany-paneled restaurant complete with a lush big top. — Gayot

A legendary name from NYC, Le Cirque pairs artful haute cuisine with world-class wines in a joyous, intimate lakeside setting under a silk-tented ceiling. — Lonely Planet

The original Le Cirque is legendary because the food is spectacular, and because the service, often led by family patriarch Sirio Maccioni himself, is stellar and welcoming. — Forbes Travel Guide

The unparalleled French cuisine and world-class service never change. — Time Out

Burger Bar

Burgers 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

You’ll never go back to McDonald’s again, once you’ve had the burgers at this chic hamburger haven. — Time Out

The small open kitchen turns out an array of burgers with an amazing selection of toppings. — Gayot

Chef Hubert Keller's "always crowded" chuck wagon at Mandalay Place will "transform your idea of what makes a great burger" say fans cheering the "extravagance of options.". — Zagat

It adds up to a hilarious and, if you have a deft touch, delicious experience -- albeit an expensive one considering you are really just having a hamburger. — Frommer's

Hubert Keller does a take on the vintage burger joint with swivel stools, wooden booths, and tile floors. — BlackBook

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