A little known fact about Las Vegas is that is quickly growing as a prime destination for food lovers. Many properties have hired world-class chef’s to improve both the quality of the food but also the overall presentation. Unfortunately, there is just not enough time to visit every restaurant in one trip, so today we present you some of our choices for best casino restaurants in Las Vegas.
Aureole at MandalayBay
Modeled after the world famous Aureole in New York’s Upper East Side, Chef Charlie Palmer brings the best in “progressive American” cuisine to SinCity. The restaurant is quite the contrast to the New York location with multiple dining rooms and a 42-foot tall wine tower.
The menu is described as simple yet sublime with various levels of complexity that will both surprise yet tantalize at the same time. Some of the dishes to try out include veal mignon that is pan-seared with honey roasted figs. Their rosemary roasted lamb loin served with English peas and morels is also a favorite among guests.
Top of the World Restaurant
High atop the Stratosphere Hotel and Casino is the Top of the World Restaurant. While you won’t find any world famous chef’s at this restaurant, what you will find is a view like none other in Las Vegas.
The restaurant rotates 360 degrees and allows guests the change to check out Las Vegas from high in the air. Overall, the quality of the food is good with many standard dishes ranging from burgers to steak. Lunchtime is usually the best time to visit as there are usually specials running for lunch.
Delmonico Steakhouse at Venetian
If you love the dishes that Emeril Lagrasse prepares on the Food Network, then you need to make a visit to Delmonico Steakhouse at the Venetian. Here you will find fantastic prime cuts of steak that have been dry aged to perfection and are very flavorful.
In addition, you will find numerous items on the menu that raise the bar for your standard “steakhouse.” With this being an Emeril Lagasse property, you can also expect dishes such as Creole and Cajun appetizers, crawfish with buttery mashed potatoes, and even Delmonico Chicken. The decor will remind you more of New York in the 1970’s as opposed to the modern day Vegas strip, so this restaurant is a welcome blast from the past.