Posts Tagged ‘Las Vegas’

29 Sep
2014

Caesars Bacchanal Buffet Review, Las Vegas

Posted by Foodnut.com, September 29th, 2014

Caesars Bacchanal Buffet Las Vegas interior decor

The Caesars Bacchanal Buffet was the latest and greatest buffet to open in 2012. They spent $100 million to create the best buffet in Vegas. USA Today rated it as the top buffet in 2013. Some have called it the next great buffet after Wynn and Bellagio, so we had to give it a visit. How would this buffet compare to the local competition? How would it compare to the best buffets FoodNut has been to in Conrad Hong Kong Sunday Brunch Buffet or Ritz Carlton Singapore Sunday Brunch Buffet?

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15 Sep
2014

Lotus of Siam Restaurant Review, Las Vegas

Posted by Foodnut.com, September 15th, 2014

Lotus of Siam Las Vegas exterior decor

Why did we dine here? – Lotus of Siam is a legendary Thai restaurant that most foodies in the US know of. James Beard Award winning restaurant. We have been putting off visiting this famous spot for many years. Having dined at most of the famous Las Vegas restaurants, we felt it was high time to finally visit Lotus of Siam. Anthony Bourdain recently featured this restaurant on his television show. Saipin Chutima, is the owner and chef. She uses family recipes with a northern Thai focus to produce some of the best Thai food around.

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11 Aug
2014

Wicked Spoon Buffet Review, Las Vegas

Posted by Foodnut.com, August 11th, 2014

Wicked Spoon Cosmopolitan Buffet 1

The Cosmopolitan was the latest and greatest hotel to open in 2011. Its buffet is called Wicked Spoon. Some have called it the next great buffet after Wynn and Bellagio, so we had to give it a visit. Our last visit was in the summer of 2014.

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17 Jul
2014

The Buffet at The Wynn Review, Las Vegas

Posted by Foodnut.com, July 17th, 2014


Wynn Buffet Walk Through

Wynn Buffet has been one of the top buffets in Las Vegas for years. We have been there in the past and went back for dinner. In the middle of 2014 we tried their lunch buffet. Read the rest of this entry »

18 Jan
2012

Joël Robuchon Restaurant Review, Las Vegas

Posted by Foodnut.com, January 18th, 2012

Joel Robuchon Las Vegas Exterior Decor

Joël Robuchon is a Haute Cuisine French Restaurant located in the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. It was opened in 2006 and is the US outlet for most Michelin Starred Restaurateur in the word, Joël Robuchon. This Las Vegas location received 3 Michelin Stars in 2008 and 2009. A separate review is available for the lower cost restaurant next door, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon.

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29 Jan
2010

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon Restaurant Review, Las Vegas

Posted by Foodnut.com, January 29th, 2010

L Atelier de Joel Robuchon Las Vegas Exterior Decor

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon is a ‘less’ formal restaurant from “Chef of the Century” Joël Robuchon. He has more Michelin stars than any other chef in the world. This restaurant is located on the Las Vegas Strip in the MGM Grand, right next door to the more formal Joël Robuchon at the Mansion restaurant. This restaurant received One Michelin star. Elegant French food is created right in front of you and served on the counter or on one of the surrounding tables. Our meal at L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon was right before a show, so we tried their new low cost pre show menu. Read the rest of this entry »

26 Jan
2010

Bar Masa Restaurant Review, Las Vegas

Posted by Foodnut.com, January 26th, 2010

Bar Masa Las Vegas Exterior Decor

Bar Masa is the latest outpost for Masayoshi Takayama, famous for ultra expensive, three-star Michelin star Masa and Bar Masa Japanese restaurant in New York City. This restaurant is located on the Las Vegas Strip the new City Center, Aria Hotel on the first floor. He also runs Shaboo, an even more expensive ($500 per person) Omakase Shabu Shabu restaurant next door. Do not visit Shaboo until you have experienced and enjoy Shabu Shabu hot pot dining, otherwise you will be wasting money. No one was dining there when we visited. Read the rest of this entry »

25 Jan
2010

Twist by Pierre Gagnaire Restaurant Review, Las Vegas

Posted by Foodnut.com, January 25th, 2010

Twist by Pierre Gagnaire Las Vegas Mandarin Oriental

Mandarin Oriental Hotel

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24 May
2009

Spago Restaurant Review, Las Vegas

Posted by Foodnut.com, May 24th, 2009

Spago Las Vegas Exterior

Spago Las Vegas serves California-style cuisine of Chef Wolfgang Puck with a daily-changing menu. It is part of the huge Puck empire with 6 different restaurants in Vegas alone. This location was in the Forum Shops at Caesars. We ate in the less formal cafe section for a quick afternoon meal.
Decor, Vibe – Indoor patio dining in the casual café, and a large more formal interior highly decorated dining room. Big pizza oven and bar. Lots of people watching in the patio with tourists and locals of all ages.

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23 May
2009

Guy Savoy Restaurant Review, Las Vegas

Posted by Foodnut.com, May 23rd, 2009

Restaurant Guy Savoy Las Vegas Exterior

Guy Savoy is a French Restaurant located in Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.  It was opened in 2006 and is the US outpost for 3 Michelin Star Restaurant Guy Savoy in Paris. This location received 2 Michelin Stars in 2009.

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22 May
2009

Rosemary’s Restaurant Review, Las Vegas

Posted by Foodnut.com, May 22nd, 2009

Rosemary’s has Closed.

Rosemarys Restaurant Las Vegas exterior

Rosemary’s closed in its original location and will reopen in 2014 in the more convenient downtown Las Vegas area.

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21 May
2009

Nobu Las Vegas Restaurant Review

Posted by Foodnut.com, May 21st, 2009

Nobu Las Vegas Exterior

Nobu is legendary Japanese restaurant with 20+ locations around the world. This location is situation in the LOUD Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. They focus on Japanese food infused with bold South American and Western flavors. Their overwhelming menu has everything from standard sushi and sashimi, to inventive hot and cold dishes and omakase. They have lots of specials that are not on the menu. Most Nobu’s around the world have similar menu items. Read the rest of this entry »