Best Things to Eat in Las Vegas!

Here are all the eats in Las Vegas of summer 2021~


This is a guide for all the spots that we tried when we went to Las Vegas. Vegas honestly had some of the best food I've ever had. We were pretty honest  when making this guide and we'll tell you spots that we did try but we actually would not recommend. However, most of the spots we tried when we were in Vegas was  actually really amazing and some of the best food we had. If you like to see the physical post on Instagram you can click this link here.  We stayed at the Cosmopolitan and highly recommend it. This list is organized by hotels. If you've never been to Las Vegas, the Strip is where most of the action happens. There's multiple hotels with themes and delicious food.


Hattie B’s 

The first spot we tried in Las Vegas This is a famous spot from Nashville that serves nashville hot chicken. We ordered their hot chicken sandwich. The hot chicken sandwich was actually really really good and one of the best I've ever had. 

Secret Pizza

Secret Pizza is a spot located near a corner on the third floor. You know you found the right place whenever you see a hallway full of records. It gets really really busy toward later in the night and they do not accept call in orders.. The NY pizza here was really good and kind of reminded me of Costco pizza.


If you're in Las Vegas make sure to go try this spot. We ordered the Fairfax sandwich and the BEC.. The most famous sandwich is a Fairfax sandwich with soft scrambled eggs and cheddar cheese. What makes the sandwiches here taste so good is their special spicy ketchup. Make sure to also order the eggslut, which is a coddled egg on top of pureed potatoes, it also comes with a slice of toasted bread for you to dip it into. They're only open for breakfast and lunch. 


Tekka is a handroll bar located inside the cosmo. It can be hard to find seating because It is walk up counter bar. I recommend getting a set of  4 to try to fill yourself up. I also recommend ordering some of their special sauces to dip your hand rolls into. As soon as you order, they roll the hand rolls in front of you fresh and serve it to you immediately. 

Wicked Spoon 

The Wicked Spoon is an all-you-can-eat buffet located inside the cosmo. We went there because we saw it on the show buzzfeed's worth it. The selection of food here is pretty diverse. They have things like shrimp and grits, bone marrow, and Vietnamese crawfish. The dessert was pretty good but I felt like the food here was kind of subpar and not anything was in particular was really amazing. We made a reservation a couple weeks in advance. 

District kitchen 

District kitchen is a famous donut spot located in Louisiana. We ordered a croque monsieur donut, a kolache and a chocolate donut. Honestly it was kind of heavy so make sure to save some room for the spot however it was super good and one of the best donuts I've had. 

The Juice standard

Skip: momofuku, milk bar, bang bar

2. Palazzo/Venetian

Mott 32 

Mott 32 with the best meal we had in Vegas. The Peking duck is reservation only and I believed it cost around 90 bucks. Our biggest regret was we didn't make a reservation for ther Iberico pork. The food here was really really good and the Peking duck was served traditional with Crepes on the side. The only negative was that you don't get all the duck unless you purchase some appetizers. 

Bouchon Bakery

The most frustrating part about this spot was that their Google location was not updated. If you follow the address on Google then you'll come to a close down Bakery. What we did was we talked to the security guard upfront and he told us that it was located by the escalators. These are world famous macarons and they're honestly kind of large but they were really tasty. You can also take home a souvenir box like the one featured in this post. 

Moon Palace 

Move Palace is a concept by David Chang. They serve sliders, slushies, and honey butter chips. The spot was honestly really really good and probably my second favorite spot I've tried. The only negative was It was kinda expensive for what it was but I would totally go back. 

Make sure to also try Royce chocolate when you visit this hotel. 

Skip: Carlos bakery, sloans icecream

3. Paris Paris

Mon Ami Bistro

We made a reservation in advance for the spot. The food was decent. It wasn't amazing. My favorite dish was goat cheese with tomato sauce. The escargot is considered one of their most famous dishes. 

4. Caesars palace

Hells Kitchen

A great tourist spot, prefixe meals are 90 a person with beef Wellington, your choice of app, and a toffee pudding. This is a must-try spot if you're a fan of his TV show and if you've always wanted to try the Beef Wellington. 


Best Friend

A concept by Roy Choi , it’s affordable and large portions , Asian fusion food. The uni rice and the yuzu shrimp were my favorite. The galbi is a must. 

Make sure to try Eataly when you're in this area

6. New York, New York

Hello Kitty Las Vegas

 Truck parked outside with pastries, drinks, hello kitty themed things

7. Planet Hollywood

Hot N Juicy 

Featured on man vs food, my favorite peel n eat restaurant, get the combos to save extra money. Strip house (the chocolate cake!)

Now we're moving on to some restaurants that were also really good but not quite located directly on the strip. 

8. China town


Arguably the best k bbq I’ve ever had, this spot comes with all the sides and also uses multiple types of grills, the pork belly is a must, I recommend a combo. 

Sweets Raku

a gourmet sweets restaurant, you watch them make seasonal Japanese sweets.

9. Miscellaneous 

Tacos El Gordon

Multiple locations, with meat cooked on a trompo!

Lotus of Siam

This is a famous Thai restaurant. The Penang duck and Tom kha soup is a must. This is the best Thai food i’ve ever had! Everything here was super duper delicious.