Check in to Sin City and discover a whole new world of exquisite food.
It's renowned for casinos and nightlife, but Las Vegas has also emerged as one of the world’s greatest gastronomy cities.
Even if you're only spending 48 hours in Vegas, it's impossible to leave without sampling some foodie delights in the entertainment capital of the world.
Check out our list of Las Vegas restaurants you definitely need to add to your culinary bucket list.
Farm to table
Harvest by Roy Ellamar, the hidden gem of the Bellagio, is a restaurant firmly focussing on farm-to-table principles.
Chef Ellamar grew up in Hawaii where he was raised farming, fishing and hunting - giving him a deep understanding of the process food goes through before it reaches the table.
The knowledge he gained from this is reflected throughout each individual dish on the menu and is grouped in distinctive categories such as Ocean, Ranch and Garden.
All of the fresh produce is sourced from local Nevada farms and dishes are prepared in the exhibition kitchen in the middle of the dining room, ensuring an incredible fresh food experience.
The globally inspired SUGARCANE Raw Bar Grill, located in the restaurant row at The Venetian, runs a three kitchen concept.
Under the restaurant's mantra ‘kick back, eat well and stay a while’, guests are invited to an open fire grill, a raw bar and a traditional kitchen.
Award winning Chef Timon Balloo has created artistic playful small dishes that are great for a shared dining experience and range from Alaskan king crab leg to pig ear pad thai.
Known as one of North America’s finest Greek restaurants, Estiatorio Milos by restaurateur Costas Spiliadis features Mediterranean cuisine at its best and has a long-standing reputation for serving the freshest, most pristine seafood.
A one-of-a-kind terrace dining experience enables guests to enjoy the authentic tastes of Greece while overlooking the gorgeous Las Vegas skyline.
Guests can enjoy one of the restaurant's signature dishes - grilled tender octopus chickpeas from Santorini or paper-thin zucchini and eggplant served with tzatziki and graviera cheese saganaki.
Hide and seek
Tucked away in a small private room adjacent to Jaelo’s bustling bar and paella grill is é by José Andrés. Accessed through a glass door emblazoned with the letter é, the room is dominated by a steel-topped bar with seating for eight.
The restaurant is based on the concept of cooking as performance and meals are prepared by a multitude of chefs serving conceptually creative Spanish tasting dishes.
It’s no wonder why Wing Lei at Wynn is the first ever Chinese restaurant to be awarded with a Michelin Star in North America.
The luxuriously decorated restaurant is inspired by classical Chinese architecture and draped in gold and jewel tones.
The kitchen combines classic Chinese flavors with Western techniques to create an extraordinary dining experience serving up hand-crafted dim sums that will thrill any foodie.
Opening at Caesars Palace this year is the world’s first Hell’s Kitchen restaurant by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay.
The restaurant, already renowned for its TV series reputation, will be Ramsay’s fifth restaurant opening in Las Vegas.
Hell’s Kitchen will be inspired by the global TV show and will aim to give diners the experience that they are part of the show - flames and all.