Ladies Slots >> Great Restaurants in Las Vegas
From my own experience, dining in Las Vegas can be very affordable. After spending quite a bit of money on air fare and hotel accommodations, and having money to gamble, dining at a well known restaurant every evening is not a high priority. The 24/7 buffets at Las Vegas hotels certainly suffice. However, just as traveling to other cities affords me the opportunity to have one great dining experience, the same holds true for Las Vegas restaurants. Whether you are on a budget or want to splurge on that one fabulous dinner, here are 5 great restaurants in Las Vegas we know you will enjoy.
You can enjoy fabulous Italian dishes and wines at II Mulino. More importantly, visitors to this restaurant give it 4 stars for service as well as their entire menu. Offering hors d'oeuvres as daily specials, II Mulino serves traditional Italian desserts as well as antipasto, cannelloni, fish, chicken, meat, and veal dishes. Bellissimo!
Home to Chef Todd English, your dining experience will be an unforgettable one. Its Mediterranean cuisine is well known and is as exquisite as its view of Lake Bellagio. Given the highest rating among visitors, Olives has a friendly atmosphere with superb service. Feast on home made pasta and/or pizza, as well as fine wines, this is one restaurant you won’t want to miss on your next visit to Las Vegas.
If you love Spanish cuisine, Julian Serrano’s restaurant located at the Aria Hotel and Casino is the place to go. A typical dinner menu includes tapas, ceviches and seafood, cheese and charcutterie, vegetarian meals, meat and poultry, paellas, and platos grandes. Like fine wine, you will have a memorable dining experience as the ambience and décor is unparalleled in taste and design. It’s no wonder this restaurant has been given five stars by its guests.
Located at the top of the Palms Casino Resort, the Alize is ultra-fine dining at its best. With of Chef André Rochat at the helm, you won’t find any other restaurant serving French cuisine that comes close to the caliber of this restaurant. Here are examples of what you can find on their menu: Caviar, Carpaccio, and Foie Gras as cold appetizers; scallops, abalone, pork belly, and escargot as hot appetizers. An assortment of salads and soups; fish, and entrees that include free range duck breast, rack of venison, filet mignon, Angus rib eye, rack of lamb, international and domestic cheeses, and dessert to die for. For a truly incredible meal and amazing view, reserve your table at one of the great restaurants in Las Vegas.
If you love Chinese cuisine, the Pearl at the MGM Grand Casino is the place to go to have a casual dining experience. The Pearl wants you to know that their “Cuisine has the essence of the Canton and Shanghai provinces, with food prepared utilizing the four Chinese cooking methods: Steamed, braised, baked and fried. Live seafood is the specialty at Pearl. Chef Kai-Wai Yau is known for his seasonal offerings.” The Pearl has been given 4 stars for its service, décor, ambience, and of course, its outstanding menu.