Gone are the days of discount buffets dominating the Las Vegas culinary landscape. See how Sin City has become a foodie's paradise.
L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon
Haute cuisine within reach
Joël Robuchon's main restaurant, Joël Robuchon at the Mansion, is famous for being the kind of experience doctors and lawyers need to save up for. It's still not a bargain, but the less lavish L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon offers the master chef's signature French dishes à la carte.
Comfort food classics
Chef Natalie Young's Eat attracts a discerning downtown crowd with breakfast classics like buttery pancakes and steel-cut oats with cinnamon roasted apples and pecans. Stick around for lunch with a Southern accent: soft and pillowy beignets, shrimp and grits, and the best grilled cheese in town.
Chefs know best
Chef Mitsuo Endo uses binchotan, a special Japanese charcoal, to grill mountain trout, pork cheek, and a long list of robatayaki at Raku, an elegant izakaya. But the big star is the agedashi tofu, silken housemadeRead More »from Taste the West: Las Vegas