Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by carlyzmom, Apr 27, 2015.
With SO many choices, how do you pick? Which are the best?
Bouchon for breakfast. Try the white sausage - it's like no other sausage you've had. Bread pudding french toast is another winner.
I've eaten a Grand Lux, Sushisamba, and i♥burgers in Palazzo, and a burger place that is no longer there at Venetian.
Grand Lux is a good restaurant for "anytime" food. it is open 24 hrs. a day. Sushisamba is a good restaurant for Sushi with a Brazilian twist. i♥burgers is good (but pricey) for a quick hamburger.
Asia Noodle at Venetian is a perfect place for my noodle fix. it's right next to the sports book.
Ate at Zine in the Palazzo on my last trip (early 6/2015), Zine is a Chinese restaurant, similar to Asia Noodle and is located in the casino floor at Palazzo. As you enter Palazzo from the walkway to Venetian, it is on the left hand wall.
I would classify Zine as more of a dinner place and Asia Noodle is a lunch place. Both are relatively pricey. We spent $60 on a meal that would have cost Less than $30 is we hadn't been lazy and got in the car to go to Chinatown. We were using comp money anyway.
Plenty of good options between Venetian and Palazzo. Some of my favorites are Carnevino (steakhouse/Italian), Grimaldi's (pizza) and Bouchon (French bistro).
Bouchon is one of the best restaurants on the whole strip.
Last time I was there for brunch they didn't have the white sausage (boooo!) but their hangar steak is outrageous. I've had many meals there and every time is a top notch experience.
I ate at Yardbird recently, that was excellent as well.
I don't like the Batali/Bastianich joints. Babbo is Batali's baby, everything else is just something generic he slapped his name on.
like the others have said, bouchon for breakfast and I usually goto Delmonico's at least once if I stay there. grand luxe café if essentially a 24/7 cheese cake factory. I don't like eating that when im at home and definitely don't ever go there when im in vegas.
I've never had a bad meal at the Grand Lux Cafe; the food is very good and they are open 24-7.
I dont think you can go wrong at any restuarant at the Venetian/Plazzo. To me they have the best group of restaurants on the strip. I have ate at all of there restaurants at least one time and most many times. If your looking for a very special meal, sign up for E-mail notices and you can sometimes get a special dinning experence. I have been to a few private dinners at B&B that were excellent. They are paid and reserved in advance. Delmonico Steakhouse also has some special menus. I went to their lobster week last year that blew me away. I am still dreaming of some of the dishes we had. Who knew Emeril Lagasse could make my all time favorite pasta dish and I got it at a steak house. Check out Buddy Vs Sunday Brunch. It is excellent. Looking for a good burger? B&B burgers and beer make a great burger and are open until 1 am. My favorite is the Royale with Cheese and the Potato Salad. If you want to skip the crowds for breakfast head over to Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro. They make a nice breakfast, huge menu, great french pressed coffee and you can dine outside on the patio if you like.
Alot of votes for Bouchon for brunch, but what about for dinner?
The photos look like it's a lovely place.
Bouchon is fantastic anytime, but particularly shines for breakfast. Its a must eat on any trip.
Grand Lux is great because its casual, has a HUGE menu that can accommodate any taste or preference, and is reasonably priced. (fyi - its owned by the same company that owns Cheescake Factory, and the menu reflects that, although not all dishes are duplicates)
The burger places are good.
Our host highly recommended Aquaknox for our coming trip and booked us a reservation there, never been there but eager to try.
A couple of the newer places are more casual - Yardbird and the Public House and they have great menus and drink selections.
Overall I could eat here for every meal - although my wallet would not forgive me. We give ourselves spending breaks a few feet away at Casino Royale's economical food court.
Delmonico is a great steakhouse. Ask for a booth
I've eaten at Carniveno, Delmonico's, Cut, Grande Lux, Aquaknox, and a few others that escape me at the moment. Never had a bad experience at any of them. Trying Zefferino's (seafood/italian) for the first time later in July. Never tried Bouchon, but it's on my list.
Venetian/Palazzo have one of the best assortments of restuarants. You could stay there for a week and eat at a different place for each meal. And they have a food court too...
I love to eat at Tao especially on the weekends when the beautiful people start to roll in
B&B is my favorite place in Vegas. For me it's always hard to pick which is better: wine, food, or service.
However, I seem to always lose a quick $500 on blackjack when ever I go to the restroom.
Haha, ihatespades...found that comment hilarious. Reminds me of that scene from that terrible "Vegas Vacation" movie where Clark goes to the "restroom" and loses a quick hundo at Roullette. V/P does seem very, very good at taking your money. Makes that 200$ bill at some of those steakhouses even more by the time you leave!!
DB Brasserie - Michelin Star chef/owner Daniel Boulud - casual-style restaurant with GREAT food and great happy hour food and drink specials
I stay at the Wynn and come here at least 2 times every trip.
Another vote for Grimaldi's Pizza. Center Strip location, very reasonable pricing and truly excellent pizza are a perfect combination.
Two bistro/brasserie suggestions? Hey, I love the style of food and eating, both places rock it.
Star Canyon? Oops, showing my age. lol
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