12 Of Our Favorite Restaurants In Las Vegas

Vegas means one thing to us – food! We love trying all of the incredible restaurants they have to offer and trust us, it’s more than a few. Today I wanted to round up a few of our favorite restaurants in Las Vegas to share with you. If you find yourself passing through, do yourself a favor and grab a bite to eat. You won’t be disappointed!

Gordon Ramsay restaurants in Las Vegas

Ok, I have to tell you a little secret. We are obsessed with Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants! Every single one is unique and incredible. He is our favorite celebrity chef and his restaurants do not disappoint. He has 5 restaurants in Las Vegas and all of them are great! Here’s what we enjoy about each one.

1. Hell’s Kitchen

First up, Hell’s Kitchen was our first ever Gordon Ramsay restaurant in Las Vegas. You will find it located just outside of Cesar’s Palace on the main Las Vegas strip. It is famous for its name-sake reality television show, filmed right around the corner. The atmosphere is exciting and this sit-down restaurant is decorated like the show with the kitchen being divided into red and blue sides.

I highly recommend trying the prix fixe menu which includes three of the signature dishes from the show. Pan-Seared Scallops, Beef Wellington, and Sticky Toffee Pudding. I promise you won’t regret it!

Tucker has tried both the Jidori Chicken Scallopini and the Crispy Skin Salmon (both gluten-free options) but the salmon was his favorite. No matter what you choose for your main course, make sure you leave room for Sticky Toffee Pudding for dessert! It is truly incredible! Reservations are recommended far in advance.

2. Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips

This fun restaurant is sure to transport you all the way to London. Or at least your tastebuds! Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips is a fast-casual restaurant with very little indoor seating. We ordered and took ours back to our hotel room.

The fish is amazing! I personally liked it better than even the fish and chips that I’ve had in London and all across Europe. The batter is light and crispy and the flavor is incredible.

I also enjoyed a sticky toffee shake, although it was very sweet and too much for me to finish on my own. We were disappointed that they were out of sticky toffee pudding pops and hope to try them in the future.

3. Gordon Ramsay Steak

Next, Gordon Ramsay Steak is a great restaurant to celebrate a birthday or anniversary at. It is located in the Paris Hotel and has a very unique entrance. You will “travel” through the tube from Paris to London which is a clever touch and makes the experience even more fun!

As the name implies, they are most popular for their steaks which range from an 8 Oz Fillet to a 32 Oz Tomahawk. I shared the Tomahawk Steak with a friend and it was the best steak I’ve eaten in my life! I can also promise that you won’t want to miss the Potato Purée. It is made with crème fraîche and is creamy perfection! Tucker enjoyed the Pacific Salmon and said it was the best he’d ever had.

We were a bit let down by the Sticky Toffee Pudding at Gordon Ramsay Steak after having had the version at Hell’s Kitchen. Both are good, but we liked the Hell’s kitchen version a lot better. Reservations are recommended in advance.

Juicy grilled steak on a white plate, seasoned with herbs, accompanied by a side of golden fries, served in a Las Vegas steakhouse.
Gordon Ramsay Steak

4. Gordon Ramsay Burger

To be honest, I haven’t eaten a full meal here yet. We went late one evening and decided to just have a snack and dessert. We enjoyed the Tots. They were crispy and seasoned perfectly! The Sticky Toffee Pudding Ice Cream Sandwich was worth its weight in gold haha!

Our friends ended up getting burgers and they said they were better than even Bobby’s Burgers. I am looking forward to trying one for myself in the near future and will update this post once I do.

Gordon Ramsay Burger is located inside the Planet Hollywood Hotel and has an incredible fire display outside the entrance. They no longer accept reservations so leave yourself extra time in case there is a long wait time.

5. Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill

Located inside Ceasar’s Palace, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill is an authentic English Pub and the food is perfection. The atmosphere of the restaurant is fun and adds to the whole experience.

I ordered the Fish & Chips and they were possibly even better than Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips! The fish at the pub was more traditional with one large fillet whereas the fish at Fish & Chips was 3 smaller fillets. Either way, the batter was the same (we verified this with our waiter) and both were delicious.

I can also tell you that the Sticky Toffee Pudding here is equally as good as the Hell’s Kitchen dessert. If you can’t tell, this is Gordon’s signature dessert and it truly lives up to all the hype!

Even though Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants are the highlight of Vegas for us, there are several other restaurants that we love as well. Let’s get to it!

Our favorite breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas

Breakfast in Vegas is just as good as any other meal. On weekends you can find multiple brunch options as well that are even better in my opinion.

6. Yardbird

Tucker originally found Yardbird because of their delicious gluten-free Fried Chicken & Waffles. We decided to go back for brunch on a Saturday and it did not disappoint!

If you like cinnamon rolls then you must try the Yardbird Cinnamon Roll. The cream cheese frosting is to die for! It is one of the biggest cinnamon rolls I’ve ever seen and will easily serve 3-4 people if you’re eating it in addition to your main meal.

Tucker ordered the gluten-free Lewellyn’s Fine Fried Chicken and I ordered the Crème Brûlée Waffles and we shared both of them. The waffles were incredible! The indentations on the waffles are filled with rich custard and the top is flamed to perfection. They are served with fresh cream and strawberries. Reservations are recommended in advance.

7. Eggslut

If you are looking for a delicious quick-service breakfast restaurant, head over to Eggslut in The Cosmopolitan food court. It is a very popular location so plan on waiting in a decent line.

We tried the Bacon, Egg & Cheese breakfast sandwiches and they were delicious! They even had a house-made gluten-free bun available for Tucker. I also enjoyed fresh-squeezed orange juice and the truffle hashbrowns were amazing.

8. Mon Ami Gabi

Next up, Mon Ami Gabi is a French-style bistro located in the Paris Hotel. Although we’ve heard everything there is good, we’ve personally only had the brunch so far.

Tucker enjoyed gluten-free Mixed Berry Waffles (a rare treat!) with cream and I had the French Toast with mixed berries added. Next time I plan to try their Egg’s Benedict which looked amazing!

We are looking forward to trying Mon Ami Gabi for lunch or dinner during a future visit but I can tell you with certainty that the brunch is worth the stop! Reservations are recommended far in advance.

9. Eiffel Tower Restaurant

Very similar to our experience with Mon Ami Gabi, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant is located in the Paris Hotel and we have only visited for brunch so far. We have friends who have tried it for dinner but said that it wasn’t as good so we will probably stick to brunch only.

Brunch is a 3-course meal with an appetizer, entree, and dessert of choice. Tucker tried the Slow Braised Smoked Pork Belly, gluten-free French BLT Tower, and Eiffel Tower Crème Brûlée for dessert. I had Slow Braised Smoked Pork Belly, French Toast À La Crème Brulée, and Chocolate Soufflé.

Everything was incredible and the views from the dining room far above the strip are equally impressive. It is recommended that you get reservations far in advance for brunch.

The rest of our favorite restaurants in Las Vegas

10. Jessie Ray’s BBQ

If you enjoy incredible BBQ then Jessie Ray’s is a must for any visit to Vegas! I honestly have never been a big BBQ person but Jessie Ray’s totally changed that for me. They are located off the strip but I promise the food waiting at the other end of your Uber ride will be worth the inconvenience!

Jessie Ray’s is famous for The Fortress. An impressive pile of ribs, brisket, mac & cheese, waffle fries, and a hotlink. It is over $45 but easily feeds 2-3 people. It is a lot of food!

We prefer to go the individual route and the Pork Spare Ribs are our favorite. They are so soft they practically fall off the bone! The Brisket is also particularly good and the Mac & Cheese is my favorite side.

11. Flour & Barley

Flour & Barley is a brick oven pizza joint next door to Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips. You can watch them make your pizza from scratch and the crust is incredible! They also have a great gluten-free pizza which Tucker loves.

If you like brussels sprouts, be sure and order their delicious smoked bacon and honey Brusells Sprouts appetizer while you wait for your pizza. They are delicious! Tucker’s favorite pizza is the Big Apple and I just got a cheese pizza.

12. Bacchanal Buffet

Last, but certainly not least, is the Bacchanal Buffet! The Bacchanal Buffet is the largest buffet in Las Vegas at over 25,000 square feet with more food than you could ever dream of being able to eat in one sitting.

You are given 90 minutes to dine but you’ll probably be stuffed in the first hour haha! We loved the crab legs, fresh bacon, mashed potatoes, glass noodles, and all of the incredible desserts. If you are wanting to try a buffet in Las Vegas, we highly recommend the Bacchanal!

I hope that you will be able to try some of our favorite restaurants in Las Vegas. What are your favorites? Let us know in the comments below! Happy dining!

Much Love, Janae xoxo
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Janae, alongside her husband, Tucker, has turned the world into her playground. Having lived and traveled in an RV for over four years, she has trekked through 22 US national parks, ventured across 28 states, and explored the natural beauty of 12 countries. Some of her favorite travel experiences have been when she witnessed Iceland's shimmering Northern Lights, explored the rugged terrains of Southern Utah, and traveled across Ireland for almost two months. A lover of adventure and couple travel, Janae's writings have been featured in notable travel websites and magazines, and she has collected an online community of over 30,000 passionate fellow travelers.

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