Around the World Restaurant Guide to the Vegas Strip

It’s no secret that there’s no shortage of phenomenal restaurants along the Las Vegas Strip. Las Vegas visitors will agree that making a choice might be the hardest part.

We want to make your next dining selection just a bit easier. We’ve rounded up a selection of Las Vegas Strip restaurants to represent only a few countries around the world.  Take a peek and let us know which ones we might have missed!

Brazil

Our first stop is Brazil and a restaurant located inside the Miracle Mile Shops. Pampas Churrascaria Brazilian Grille is not just your average steakhouse. All-you-can-eat grilled meat is the start at this Brazilian steakhouse. With dozens of sides and vegetarian options, everyone will leave satisfied.

The Miracle Mile Shops are located just south of Paris Las Vegas, just a short walk from our Bally’s / Paris Station.

China

We’ve selected three distinct options to represent the country of China. First, China Tang at the MGM Grand courtesy of a Hong Kong dining company. The menu features Cantonese, Sichuan, Shanghai, and Beijing dishes. China Tang is easily one of the best places to find dim sum on the weekends.

Red Plate at the Cosmopolitan features high-end Cantonese that is both authentic and modern. The food, presentation, and environment have been thoughtfully and carefully crafted thanks to Executive Chef Yip Cheung, Marnell Companies, and Celano Design Studio.

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New to the group is high-anticipated Mott 32 at the Palazzo. Mott 32 offers exceptional ingredients and a farm-to-table philosophy for it’s Cantonese, Szechuan, and Beijing dishes.

England

For English pub fare, don’t miss Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas. We recommend the iconic Roasted Beef Wellington and handcrafted cocktails. Enjoy the chic Union Jack-inspired atmosphere. We hear even the bread basket is something to remember!

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France

French cuisine has a long history in Las Vegas, and there are numerous tasty options all along the Las Vegas Strip. To kick things off, we recommend the always-delightful Bouchon Bistro at The Venetian. Thomas Keller’s genius is best enjoyed over Sunday brunch!

Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace brings the magic of Paris to Las Vegas for guests to enjoy. Restaurant Guy Savoy consistently surprises and delights guests. It’s truly a classic among Las Vegas restaurants.

We’ve rounded out our French cuisine category with another culinary king. L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon inside the MGM Grand combines high-end fine dining with a welcoming environment. Unique to L’Atelier, you’ll be watching renowned chefs create your meal right before your eyes.

Finally, the newcomer of the group is Favorite Bistro at The Linq. Favorite Bistro is a nod to its identically-named counterpart in Le Marais.

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Germany

Just off the Strip, Las Vegas guests can find Hofbrauhaus. Enjoy hefeweizens, dunkels, or Oktoberfestbiers in a replica of the Hofbrauhaus in Munich. It’s always a good time, complete with schnitzel!

Greece

Mediterranean fare has found a home at Estiatorio Milos inside The Cosmopolitan. Milos combines the authentic tastes of Greece with a gorgeous environment and spectacular views.  If you love dining al fresco, Estiatorio Milos is a must-visit. The seafood is fresh, perfect, and exactly how it should be.

Italy

While we could dedicate an entire page to Italian cuisine in Las Vegas, we’ll have to limit it to just three selections. The classic Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas might be the most romantic restaurant on the Strip. The Eiffel Tower Resturant is a truly unique dining experience in Las Vegas.

Officially Italian with a California twist, Giada at The Cromwell (near our Flamingo/ Caesars Palace Station) celebrates everything comforting and modern about Italian cuisine. Don’t miss the lemon spaghetti and dig into the breadbasket (it might just be our favorite in town).

 

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Finally, the new and exciting Eatly at The Park is a culmination of everything Italian cuisine can offer.  Unique to this Eatly is the Cucina del Mercato, a counter-to-table idea. Six fresh counters allow guests to eat what they shop and shop what they’re eating. The concept will help guests learn, understand, and bring delicious Italian cuisine home with them.

 

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Mexico

Chayo Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar along The LINQ Promenade might be one of the most exciting restaurants along the Las Vegas Strip. Chayo combines authentic and new Mexican fare with a DJ, mechanical bull, and serious selection of tequila.

 

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Peru

Once (pronounced on-seh) offers up Latin, specifically Peruvian cuisine to Las Vegas visitors inside the Grand Canal Shoppes. Chef Ricardo Zarate’s (who has four James Beard nominations) menu features 11 à la carte plates that change seasonally.

 

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Russia

Mandalay Bay hosts Red Square Resturant and Vodka Bar–traditional Russian cuisine with a modern twist. The restaurant’s famous frozen Ice Bar and private vodka vault are an experience in and of themselves. Step out of the Las Vegas heat and into one of the coolest restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip.

Spain

Spanish cuisine in Las Vegas belongs to José Andrés. Visit any one of his restaurants for a truly remarkable dining experience. We’ve chosen José Andrés to represent his home country of Spain. Jaleo at the Cosmopolitan introduces guests to one of the most well-loved and celebrated Spanish dishes: paella. The restaurant center around their Paella Grill. Guests will be delighted by all of the traditional Spanish tapas offered at Jaleo.

Inside Jaleo, guests will also find é by José Andrés, where only two seating are offered each night. For an exclusive experience, plan on booking well in advance.

 

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Taiwan

Yong Kang Street Dumpling & Noodle House inside of Paris Las Vegas was inspired by the restaurant district in Taipei. The restaurant features Taiwanese food such as dim sum & noodle soups in an outdoor-inspired environment.

 

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Thailand

Lemongrass at Aria combines traditional Thai flavors with a modern, sleek approach to dining. Executive Chef Krairit Krairavee balances an offering of traditional dishes with delightful surprises in taste and presentation. Weekend dim sum is available every Friday through Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm.

Ireland

Rí Rá Irish Pub, located inside Mandalay Place, captures the Irish pub atmosphere expertly. Live music, drinks, and pub fare guarantee a good time. The 19th-century bar was restored in County Wicklow and then shipped to Las Vegas. Rí Rá Irish Pub is an authentic piece of Ireland right here in Las Vegas!

Vietnam

Opening in May 2019, The Slanted Door, inside the Forum Shops at Caesars, will serve “home-style Vietnamese food in a modern setting.” Executive chef Charles Phan is a James Beard award winner and author of two cookbooks. San Franciso already boasts a Slanted Door, and the Vegas Strip is looking forward to welcoming him to town!

 

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Enjoy a taste of the World right here in Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Strip boasts some of the best restaurants in the world. It is truly one of the best places to eat and to sample the world’s favorite cuisine and enjoy the work of the most talented chef.

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We would love to give you a ride to one (or five) of these exceptional restaurants. See everything Las Vegas (and the world) have to offer by hopping on the Las Vegas Monorail.

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