Nothing defines luxurious dining and decadence better than the Michelin-starred restaurants and eateries in the Las Vegas casinos. From the world’s most expensive sundae — $1,000, featuring a 23-carat edible gold leaf — to a record-breaking $5,000 burger.
Numbers researched by Readers Digest indicate that people eat more than 60,000 pounds of shrimp per day. To add to the list, one of the bottles of Chef Andre Rochat’s Armagnac and Cognac collection, from 1777, is worth $40,000; it is one of four bottles worldwide.
The experience of combining fine dining with a casino table game is one not to be missed. Imagine enjoying a marinated Botan shrimp after a live blackjack at Casumo, this is just one of the unimaginable luxuries you will partake in at these eateries.
Behind these exquisite and tantalising meals are restaurants run by some of the most talented chefs in the world. These restaurants have received the highest honour in culinary finesse. They are Michelin-Star rated. This award symbolises a hallmark for exceptionally high standard services. The stars are a mark of quality revered by many of the world’s top chefs and restaurant patrons. It exemplifies culinary excellence of top-notch restaurants.
These are some of the restaurants in Las Vegas that have achieved between 1 and 3 stars:
Caesars Palace – Restaurant Guy Savoy
Sometimes referred to as the best restaurant in Las Vegas, Restaurant Guy Savoy located at Caesars Palace serves French Cuisine. A few of the most celebrated dishes by Chef Guy Savoy include Artichoke and black truffle soup with toasted mushroom brioche and the Colors of Caviar.
The two Michelin-Star rated restaurant has a one-of-a-kind fine dining experience available for 2-6 people. This 10-course meal is prepared with a full view of the kitchen showcasing the chef’s polished skills.
In addition to the two Michelin stars, Restaurant Guy Savoy is also the proud recipient of the Forbes Five Star Award, the AAA Five Diamond Award and the coveted Wine Spectator Grand Award.
Wynn Las Vegas – Wing Lei
Chef Ming Yu runs this Chinese fine dining restaurant, the first of its kind to earn a Michelin star. Also a Forbes Five Star Award winner, it serves signature Chinese dishes focusing on Cantonese, Shanghai and Sichuan specialities. Reminiscent of a Shanghai Palace, this upscale Chinese restaurant offers an exclusive affair, with the décor bursting with glimmering glass, jade, and gold accents.
A live blackjack at Casino, coupled with Chef Ming Yu’s Peking Duck is one of the most unforgettable experiences known to man. Proceed to savour dishes such as the Alaskan King Crab salad and the Garlic Beef Tenderloin and you risk moving into the Wynn Las Vegas!
Virgin Hotels – Nobu
This elegant Japanese and Asian themed restaurant has an exciting menu which has earned it the 1- star Michelin rating. The imported seafood, sushi rolls, miso steak and rare sakes are guaranteed to please the most sophisticated of gamblers’ palates. The service is incredible, the ambience is romantic and the menu is outstanding.
With its Zen-like calm, Nobu offers the much needed peace and quiet rarely found in the busy Las Vegas area. It boasts not one but two locations in Las Vegas; Virgin Hotels and Caesars Palace.
Bellagio Las Vegas – Picasso
This two-star fine dining establishment is run by the Executive Chef Julian Serrano. It features a cuisine influenced by the region where Pablo Picasso spent most of his lifetime. The guests can dine outdoors and sip on wine from the more than 1,500 selections. This collection has come from the finest European vineyards.
Bringing together fine dining and casino games such as live blackjack will definitely result in a more satisfactory experience to the players. Both industries are benefiting immensely from providing a luxurious take to gaming and culinary experience.
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