!!WARNING this blog has zero health content!!
Las Vegas is a total foodies paradise, yes i know that isn’t what it gets its usual reputation as but honestly we didn’t eat a single bad thing there. you can walk into any hotel and decide what kind of food you’re after and they will more than likely have it there, don’t have a big budget? That’s fine they cater for that, want the most expensive meal you’ve ever had? they cater for that to.
No matter what kind of food you want or like and no matter what your budget there will be something there for you. I promise.
So i thought i would give you a run down on some of the best food that we had while we were there
First on the list is the amazing buffets that they have there. We were lucky enough to be staying in the encore and had the Wynn buffet paid for every morning for us.It was pretty pricey at $52 for 2 every morning but if you can get a deal like we did where it was already pre-paid it was so worth it. There was literally everything you could imagine: yoghurt, fruit, oatmeal, pastries, eggs, meats, sausages, eggs Benedict, pancakes made to order, omelette made to order, curry, spring rolls, sushi, fresh fish, bagels and then two rows of desserts. I apologise for the lack of photos but each day i had a three course breakfast consisting of mainly : egg whites, either smoked salmon or chicken sausages and some veggies, then some greek yoghurt with granola or oatmeal and some fruit and then i would pick one or two desserts so i tried them all while we were there. This may sound like a lot but honestly we were being conservative compared to the other people around us…
The best burger:
This was from Wolfgang pucks in the MGM grand and it was amazing, brioche bun, steak burger with american slaw inside and to start these were crisps with a blue cheese sauce with were epic. Wolfgang has quite a few restaurants in Vegas and ive never had a bad meal from one of his resturants, our best meal was in the venetian at his steak house, they even brought the steaks out to us before cooking them to show us the quality of meat, unfortunately there are no photos as i felt it was far to posh of an establishment for me to be taking photos of their food…haha.
The best tacos:
These fish tacos were amazing they were from the mandarin bay hotel which all the food is also amazing at, i cant remember the places name but these were delicious.
The best dessert
The Wynn has a cocktail and dessert bar that overlooks its lake of dreams and so we felt we had to go and sample one of these, this was its coffee and donut dessert which was huge. It was coffee ice cream, with coffe flavour brownie bits, and topped with cream and the stick were donught bits.
The best cocktails / milkshakes:
In the cosmopolitan there is a place called holstons shakes and buns and we got these incredible milk shakes mine was the smores flavour, which was vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce, crushed graham crackers, cream, marshmallows. The other two are the fat lad and the cookies and cream shake, these are also all alcoholic but I couldn’t taste any alcohol in them.
The best experience:
We went to a tepynyaki restaurant in the Wynn, which is something that i have never done before and it was amazing, the cost included 4 different courses and you just had to pick which meat you wanted and which carb, either rice or noodles.
The best chain:
CHIPOTLE!! we are a little deprived back at home and do not have one that is less than 2.5 hours away so we had to try it, we went a couple of times trying a burritos first and then this burrito bowl the second time and we loved it!
The best of the rest:
From Jardin at the Wynn
Goats cheese, honey and bruchetta starter.
The cupcake ATM at the Linq hotel promenade
Reeces peanut butter pie at the airport!