Buffets of Las Vegas

There are so many Las Vegas restaurants to choose from so we decided to share the best places to eat in Vegas, perfect for all budgets.


Joel Robuchon places to eat in vegas


A once in a lifetime experience, the Joël Robuchon Restaurant offers a three hour, 16 course meal within the Michelin three star restaurant. Found on the MGM Grand Casino Floor, this restaurant is the epitome of fine dinging and luxury; a special treat for your visit to Las Vegas.


Food type: French

Opening hours: 5.30pm – 10pm

Dress Code: Formal

Average cost: An average two-course meal costs $120 whilst the 16 course, Degustation menu costs $395 – making it one of the most expensive meals in the country.

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Based in Downtown Las Vegas, this restaurant offers six different types of pizza that is just perfect! Plus, the atmosphere is one of energy and fun; making this place a perfect restaurant for those looking to unwind, pre-drink perhaps but still eat fantastic food.

If you love pizza but looking for somewhere on the strip, make sure you check out Cosmopolitan’s Hidden Pizza. This was one of my favourite places to eat in Vegas and is perfect for a late night dinner.

Food type: Italian

Opening hours: 11am – 12am (2am on Fridays and Saturdays)

Dress Code: Casual

Average cost: A whole pizza costs between $17 – $21 with calzones and burgers costing around $13.

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Pizza Rocks best places to eat in Vegas


Inspired by the food stalls and vendors in District One of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – this restaurant offers asian delights. Bringing flavours from across South East Asia, this is a great experience for those visiting Las Vegas and a firm favourite of ours.

Try the Coconut Pork Belly and Lemongrass beef!


Food type: Asian

Opening hours: 11am – 2am (closed Tuesdays)

Dress Code: Casual

Average cost: Mains cost anywhere between $9 – $18 with a selection of small plates available for those looking for a bite to eat.

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SW Steakhouse restaurant in Vegas Places to eat in vegas

Arguably the best steak house in Las Vegas, the SW offers imported Kobe beef from Japan alongside USDA Prime dry aged and Australian steaks. The elegant dining room makes for a romantic meal, with a view of the nightly Lake of Dreams show with your meal.


Food type: Steak and Seafood

Opening hours: 5.30pm – 10pm

Dress Code: Business casual; shorts are not permitted and men must wear a collared shirt.

Average cost: Japanese Wagyu starts at $98, aged steak starts at $58 and other mains average around $50. There are some vegetarian options available for $26 per entree.

Wicked Spoon at the cosmopolitan Buffets of Las Vegas


This buffet isn’t new to Vegas but it is new to this list!

We loved trying the food at the Wicked Spoon buffet in the Cosmopolitan, make it a great place to eat in Vegas. Try the seafood and save room for their massive dessert station = heaven!

For a full review, see here: Wicked Spoon Buffet.

Food type: Buffet

Opening hours:

  • Brunch | Mon – Thurs: 8 AM – 5 PM
  • Brunch | Fri – Sun: 8 AM – 3 PM
  • Dinner | Mon – Thurs: 5 – 9 PM
  • Dinner | Fri & Sat: 3 – 10 PM
  • Dinner | Sun: 3 – 9 PM
  • Happy Hour: 4 – 7 PM daily

Dress Code: Casual


Weekday dinners cost $42

Weekend dinner costs $49

Weekend brunch costs $36

Daily brunch will only cost you $28.

Bottomless drinks packages cost $17 but come with a 2-hour limit from time of purchase.

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Found in Planet Hollywood, of course Ramsay was going to make it to this list. If you are looking for a good burger in a casual but comfortable atmosphere, head to BURGER. There are so many different variations of burgers here, you will find one you just love. I always opt for the Pork Chop and Applesauce Burger or the Hamburger with 3 types of meat.

Food type: Burgers

Opening hours: 11am – 2am

Dress Code: Casual

Average cost: Burgers cost around $16 with staters around $13 and desserts under $10.

Creative Travel Rating: 10/10

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Honeysalt places to eat in vegas


A good 20 minute drive from the strip, Honey Salt offers arguably the best brunch in town. With a farm-to-table inspired menu and a real community, family feel to it, you would never think you are in Las Vegas at all.


Food type: American bistro

Opening hours: 11am – 9pm

Dress Code: Casual

Average cost: The array of breakfast options cost around $13 whilst All You Can Drink options costs $18. Lunch costs a similar price to brunch whilst dinner mains cost between $24 – $36.

Creative Travel Rating: 9/10 (A little out of the way but worth the visit!)

WAZUZU Places to eat in Vegas


Sit under the towering glitzy dragon and try the fusion of Thai, Chinese and Japanese food. This is a popular resturant in the Wynn hotel and makes a great place to have an Asian lunch.


Food type: Thai/Japanese/Chinese

Opening hours: 11.30pm – 10.30pm

Dress Code: Casual (tank tops and swimwear not permitted)

Average cost: Sushi 2-pieces cost around $10 whilst speciality dishes cost between $22 – $30 per dish.


Luv it Custard places to eat in Vegas

Of course a dessert restaurant was going to end up on this list! It is me writing the list after all. Anyway, opposite The Stratosphere is this understated dessert haven. The list of sundaes is crazy long, as is the topping options!


Food type: Dessert

Opening hours: 1pm – 10pm

Dress Code: Casual

Average cost: With sundaes costing around $5, this is a steal!

Creative Travel Rating: 8/10 (This is only not a ten because it is only dessert and not actual food)

Best places to eat in Vegas for all occasions

We couldn’t write a post on places to eat in Vegas without including some of our favourite romantic or budget friendly options. The restaurants above are all great choices but they may not suit your budget and trip. Here are a few more of our favourite places to eat in Vegas.

Best brunch in Vegas

  • Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar
  • Aces & Ales Tenaya
  • Flock & Fowl (my fave!)
  • The Smashed Pig
  • AmeriBrunch Cafe
  • Hash Hash A Go Go
  • The Bagel Cafe
  • Lucky Penny
  • The Cracked Egg
Hash hash a go go las vegas

Best restaurants in Las Vegas on a Budget

Slice of Vegas places to eat in vegas on a budget
  • Slice of Vegas
  • Hussong’s Cantina
  • Beijing Noodle No. 9
  • Krung Siam Thai
  • Carnegie Deli
  • American Coney Island Hot Dog
  • Garden Court Buffet
  • Rockhouse in The Venetian

Romantic restaurants in Las Vegas

  • Top of the World (The Strat)
  • Americana Las Vegas
  • Picasso
  • Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas
  • The Barrymore (Royal Resort)
  • Costa di Mare at Wynn
  • Bavette’s (Park MGM)
  • Cut (The Venetian)
  • Hugo’s Cellar
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Tips for visiting Las Vegas Buffets

How to visit Vegas on a budget

Still can’t decided which restaurants to try? Try this quiz to decide where to eat or check out the best buffets of Vegas. Make sure to read about the best hotels in Las Vegas before you book a trip. Working out the budget for your trip? Read our cost breakdown guide too!

What is your favourite restaurant in Las Vegas? Let us know in the comments below!

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  1. Great round up! I’ve been to Las Vegas a couple of times, so my favourite restaurant is Mon Ami Gabi in the Paris hotel – the views from their patio are spectacular!

    • Oh awesome, we haven’t tried that one, we will definitely check it out on our next visit!

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