Bet you didn’t know that Las Vegas is packed full of amazing places to dine and dishes from across the globe. Take your pick from celebrity chef-establishments, all-you-can-eat buffets and restaurants with a view.

Here are the ones you can’t miss…


If you’re a fan of gourmet fare or are a French food connoisseur, you’ll love Bardot Brasserie which is located in the Aria hotel. You’ll get the Paris in the 1920s experience as soon as you step into this place, with its black and white décor and quirky vintage glass fixtures. And, on the menu you’ll find a mix of classic and experimental French dishes, including steak tartare, escargot, and king crab crepe. Finish off your meal with a sweet treat, with options like tarte tatin, chocolate macaron, and delectable Parisian pastries.

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Day Tour – Red Route, Stop: Hawaiian Marketplace


Dining is as much about the experience as it is about the food in Vegas. If you want 360-degree views of the entire city while you eat, pick Top of the World, located 800 metres above the strip in the Stratosphere Casino & Hotel. The revolving restaurant rotates every 80 minutes giving you spectacular views from every angle. Head up there just before sunset and you’ll get some amazing snaps of the colourful sky and the city lit up at night. There’s succulent steak and seafood on the menu – opt for the four course tasting menu with suggested wine pairings to get the best out of your experience.

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Day Tour – Red Route, Stop: Hawaiian Marketplace


You can’t visit Las Vegas without dining at one of the world-famous buffets, and The Buffet at Wynn is one of the most popular. It’s worth visiting for the décor alone, with towering fruit and flower sculptures decorating the gorgeous glass atrium. You can eat your way around the world here, with everything from steak to seafood, and 15 live cooking stations preparing fresh dishes from scratch. The dessert selection is also something else. There’s a chocolate fountain and freshly-made cakes by dedicated pastry chefs.

Day Tour – Red Route, Stop: Treasure Island


Fancy lunch or dinner with a view of one of Vegas’ best attractions? Head to Lago and you’ll have a prime spot right next to the Bellagio Fountains, with a floor-to-ceiling window view of the show while you enjoy your meal. The Italian menu was created by award-winning chef Julian Serrano and incorporates dishes from all regions of the country. You can tuck into truffle-style mushrooms, Roman gnocchi with blue cheese and Sicilian eggplant. If you just fancy a good old pizza, Lago offers three variations, all baked to perfection with a buttery crust and fresh toppings.

Day Tour – Red Route, Stop: Caesars Palace 


This stylish restaurant might be right next to MGM’s famous Hakkasan nightclub, but you won’t find any rowdy revelers or hear any loud music here. It’s all about the relaxed and sophisticated atmosphere, with intimate table areas, lattice walls, and dark mood lighting. You’ll be able to tuck into modern Cantonese cuisine and try experimental dishes that you won’t find in your run-of-the-mill Chinese restaurant. Go for the popular crispy duck or try something a bit different like jasmine tea-smoked chicken or coconut and lobster soup.

Day Tour – Red Route, Stop: Tropicana Hotel

Ready to eat your way around Las Vegas? This emerging foodie destination has a menu to suit every palette and a restaurant for every occasion. Browse our Las Vegas bus routes and attractions for more itinerary inspiration.