There are currently over 18 restaurants located inside Caesars Palace Las Vegas. That includes coffee places like Starbucks and fine dining restaurants like Hell’s Kitchen by Gordon Ramsey, Amalfi by Bobby Flay, and the Nobu Restaurant & Lounge.
Caesars Palace is one of the most iconic and recognizable resorts in the Las Vegas Strip. It has a rich history and has attracted many famous guests including Muhammad Ali, Frank Sinatra, and Evel Knievel
Situated on the western side of the Strip, Caesars Palace features a casino that opened its doors in August 1966. Over the years, it has become a haven for many high rollers from all walks of life, unafraid to indulge in their considerable wealth.
This establishment, blending hotel and casino, is renowned for its plethora of gambling options, including craps, blackjack, baccarat, Spanish 21, Pai Gow, Pair Gow Poker, roulette, and mini-baccarat.
Yet, none of these offerings compare to the allure of the 4,500-square-foot, 24-hour poker room. Even on the busiest of days, you won’t find the countless slot machines and video poker machines unoccupied.
Now, as you seek to satisfy your appetite amidst the thrill of the tables, let’s explore the diverse dining options available at Caesars Palace. Our list is regularly updated with closure notices, enabling you to compare and contrast the restaurants to find the one that best suits your palate.
Best Restaurants in Caesars Palace
Caesars Palace offers an exceptional dining experience for those seeking the finest culinary offerings. Authentic Chinese cuisine awaits you alongside a selection of classic American dishes.
The resort’s restaurants host esteemed chefs like Gordon Ramsey and Guy Savoy who have revolutionized the dining industry for decades. Experience Caesars Palace’s unique culinary delights, from all over the world in a serene environment filled with vibrant energy and rich cultural experiences.
1. Hell’s Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay
- Hours: All week from 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
- Phone: (702) 731-7373
Ramsay is an award-winning Michelin-starred chef and a successful restaurateur. Some of his world-famous signature dishes include the Hell’s Kitchen Beef Wellington, Lobster Risotto, and Crusted Lamb Chop Rack.
Hell’s Kitchen is a fine dining restaurant with seven locations across the country. The restaurants feature dishes, décor, and design themes from the TV show including staples on the show’s menu like pan-seared scallops and beef wellington.
With a capacity of more than 300 guests, the Las Vegas location consists of two chef’s tables, a private dining room, and a contemporary bar.
The interior is decorated with red and blue details with floor-to-ceiling windows that give you a beautiful view of the Strip. The kitchen is the centerpiece of the restaurant, plastered with an overhead mosaic of rising red and blue flames.
The main menu consists of a vegan/vegetarian menu, lunch, dinner, dessert, and order-to-go options. You may want to start with the pan-seared scallops with celery root, braised bacon lardons, and granny smith apples.
Go for the signature beef wellington or the Mishima Reserve Wagyu ribeye with glazed maitake mushrooms and shishito peppers. The sticky toffee pudding is a great dessert choice to conclude your meal.
Seafood options are also available for seafood lovers, from the chef’s daily selection of oysters on the half shell to shrimp cocktails with gin cocktail sauce.
Hell’s Kitchen offers dine-in and take-out but no delivery options.
2. Nobu Restaurant and Lounge
- Hours:Sun – Thurs: 5 pm to 10 pm, Fri & Sat: 4:30 pm – 11 pm
- Phone:(702) 785-6628
Nobu at Caesars Palace serves imported Japanese and Asian fish including seafood and other exotic dishes. This award-winning Japanese restaurant also offers gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options for its diverse clientele.
Once you walk in, you are invited into a warm interior decorated with wood and natural materials. The 12,000-plus-square-foot room invites an elegant and sophisticated clientele.
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa is the culinary genius behind Nobu Restaurant. He is known for his unique signature dishes like the classic black cod in miso and yellowtail sashimi with jalapeno.
Matsuhisa has over 50 restaurants across the world, most of which bring together the fusion of Japanese and Peruvian dishes. With over 50 years of experience, he has been able to create multi-million-dollar restaurants like Nobu Las Vegas, attracting even the most sophisticated palates worldwide.
The main menu at Nobu Las Vegas features all the items found across all Nobu locations, this includes black cod butter lettuce and the signature yellowtail and black cod. However, there is a lounge area in the restaurant with a completely separate menu, exclusive to the Caesars Palace location alone.
The exotic lounge menu features 5-star dishes and three rare sakes, but beware, it is only available after the main dining room closes.
3. Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill
- Hours: Mon-Wed: 11am-11pm, Thurs: 11 am-11 pm, Fri: 11 am-1 am, Sat: 10:30am-1am, Sun: 10:30 am-11 pm
- Phone: (702) 731-7410
Gordon Ramsey owns two restaurants at Caesars Palace, Pub and Grill is the second one. It is an authentic English pub that is designed around the traditional British pub fare experience. This is where you will find Ramsay’s signature Beef Wellington, Sticky toffee pudding, and the fish & chips combo.
The main meal is Gordon’s 3-Course: starting with a classic Caesar or onion & ale soup, proceeding to the roasted beef wellington with mashed Yukon gold potatoes, and concluding with the sticky toffee pudding accompanied by a scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream.
Other must-try items include the shepherd’s pie with flavorful ground lamb paired with root vegetables and the prime rib with Yorkshire pudding.
4. Bacchanal Buffet
- Hours: Thurs-Mon: 9 am – 10 pm, Tue – Wed: 3:30 pm – 10 pm
- Phone: (702) 731-7928
Bacchanal Buffet serves various dishes from diverse specialty chefs. The food is made in front of the hotel guests in an open kitchen setup with an exciting dining experience.
It is a buffet for all tastes, offering a wide range of options including sushi, seafood, Asian, American, and Mediterranean dishes. Additionally, Bacchanal features vegan and vegetarian cuisines to cater to non-meat lovers.
There are two buffet brunches throughout the week.
The regular brunch ($64.99 per adult) is open Monday & Thursday from 9 am, serving seafood, Asian & Mexican cuisines, and classic buffet desserts. The crab brunch ($79.99 per adult) is the show stopper, available the same days from 1 pm – 3 pm, and featuring snow crab legs, crab salads, and creamy crab bisque.
The Bacchanal Buffet covers over 25,000 square feet. This makes it the largest buffet in Las Vegas with over 10 kitchens, 9 chef-attended action stations, over 250 dishes, and endless flavors.
Roman-style pizzas, chipotle bourbon BBQ oysters, and dark carnitas quesadillas are just a few examples of the rare dishes you may want to indulge in.
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5. Amalfi by Bobby Flay
- Hours: Sun-Thurs: 4:30 pm to 10 pm, Fri & Sat: 4:30 pm to 10:30 pm.
- Phone: (702) 650-5965
Bobby Flay is a celebrity chef and restaurateur with several appearances in shows like The Great Chefs. He also hosted sixteen cooking specials and TV shows on the Cooking Channel and Food Network. Apart from Amalfi Las Vegas, Bobby’s other current successful restaurant is Bobby’s Burgers.
Amalfi by Bobby Flay invites you to a warm and glowing interior decorated for a tranquil night of fine dining and coastal ambiance. Inspired by the Amalfi coast, the restaurant offers Italian cuisine including fresh fish fished in the Mediterranean Sea.
Stars of the menu are the charred octopus, squid ink pasta, tuna tartare, salmon carpaccio, red snapper, shellfish fritto misto, crispy squash blossoms, blue crab, and eggplant meatballs. The gelato sundae and tiramisu are must-try desserts.
For more great options, take a look at the daily fish menu with the golden snapper, black bass, branzino, Dorade, striped bass, swordfish steak, and carabinero shrimp.
6. Mr. Chow
- Hours: Tue – Sat: 5 pm – 10 pm
- Phone: (702) 731-7888
Mr Chow is a Chinese, modern Beijing cuisine, and Asian Fusion restaurant at Caesars Palace that serves dishes like glazed prawns, Ma mignon, sea bass, chicken satay, and honey walnut prawns.
The Mr Chow brand was started in 1968 by Michael Chow himself, an artist and restaurateur. The location at Caesars Palace has become stable with his brand in terms of the food and eating ambiance.
The décor at Mr Chow is elegant white and modern. There is a kinetic ‘moon’ sculpture that hangs over the main dining room which puts a unique touch to the room. The sculpture also comes to life after every 20 minutes when it slowly changes into various shapes to entertain the guests.
The must try dishes at Mr Chow include green prawns, Beijing Duck, chicken satay, and Mr Chow noodles. The dishes are served in a family style that encourages you to share with your family and friends in a group dining setting. This is the place to be if you are with a large group and want to try some unique Beijing cuisines.
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7. Restaurant Guy Savoy
- Hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
- Phone: (702) 731-7286
Guy Savoy, like Gordon Ramsay, has two restaurants in Caesars Palace – Brioche by Guy Savoy and Restaurant Guy Savoy, the latter is the most famed of the two.
It is among the most elegant French cuisine restaurants in Las Vegas featuring a contemporary fine dining atmosphere and a fascinating menu inspired by Guy Savoy’s Paris Restaurant of the same name.
The Paris restaurant is famous for having two Michelin Stars. This is among the highest honors bestowed among restaurants and speaks volumes to the exceptional cooking of Guy Savoy, featuring his emblematic artichoke soup with truffle, paired with a brioche, and topped with truffle butter.
The Las Vegas outpost emulates the Paris menu with many of Savoy’s classics from the artichoke and black truffle soup to the “Sealand” A5 Japanese Wagyu Beef served with lobster, purple potato, and cabbage.
Over the years, Restaurant Guy Savoy has received several awards such as two Michelin stars, the Wine Spectator Grand Award, the AAA Five Diamond Award, and over 13 years of Forbes Five Star Awards.
With such prestige comes a hefty price: a single dinner will cost you $720 per person with wine pairing, or $420 without.”.
8. Café Americano
- Hours: Every day of the week, 24/7
- Phone: (702) 650-5921
There is nothing as convenient as a 24/7 eatery when you are up and about in Vegas. Café Americano offers everything you need, whether it’s a breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a late-night meal.
Head over to the plush green Terraza outdoor patio, a great section for catching a quick game on the HD screens, having cocktails with your friends, and exploring the enticing wine list of the American café.
If you just had a blast the previous night then the ‘Hangover Cure’ drink selections are what you need; choose between the Bloody Mario or the Classic Mary, both made from vodka and a Bloody Mary mix.
Try the Spicy Chicken and Waffles, a sweet and savory combination that’s sure to delight your taste buds. Another favorite is the Lobster Mac and Cheese, which combines rich, creamy cheese with succulent lobster meat. And for those who want something a bit lighter, the Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl is a refreshing and satisfying option.
With its fusion of classic American cuisine and international flavors, this restaurant has something for everyone. Whether you’re in the mood for a hearty burger or a light salad, you’ll find it at Café Americano.
9. Brioche by Guy Savoy
- Hours: Every day of the week, 24/7
Brioche by Guy Savoy is a grab-and-go brioche shop that serves Chef Savoy’s world-renowned flaky French pastries.
The Brioche shop menu consists of sweet and savory pastries made from fruit and pralines, mushrooms, nuts, and Parmesan. Highlights include the Nutella, blueberry, and cinnamon brioche, the savory ham & cheese croissant, French baguette, and broccoli quiche.
10. Beijing Noodle No. 9
- Hours: Sun – Thurs: 11 am – 10 pm, Fri & Sat: 11 am – 4 am
- Phone: (702) 731-7604
Beijing Noodle No. 9 is a casual Chinese restaurant known for its fresh hand-pulled noodles made to order. It is very popular and extremely busy during peak hours so be sure to make a reservation or be prepared to wait.
There is a huge selection of meals on the menu from fried rice to chow Mein. As for the atmosphere, Noodle No.9 has an uplifting ambiance decorated with huge fish tanks at the entrance that transports you into a dramatic environment.
Everything in the restaurant is designed to showcase the culture and décor inspired by regions like Hong Kong and Beijing.
Executive Chef Li Yu, brings his family recipes from China to Las Vegas, delighting customers with perfectly steamed dishes like his authentic handmade dumplings. Other familiar dishes include the salt & pepper chicken and Xiao Long Bao soup dumplings.
11. Pronto by Giada
- Hours: All week, 6 am – 12 am
- Phone: (866) 227-5938
Pronto was founded by celebrated author and chef Giada De Laurentiis. She offers De Laurentiis signature dishes with a little bit of California flavors in a casual and fast manner.
This is the place to be for someone who is on the go and wants a quick leisure bite. There is a casual lounge for relaxing where you can order wine or coffee to wind down.
Pronto by Giada serves Italian dishes including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast options range from modern and traditional flavors to homemade pastries, sandwiches, and smoothies. You will get De Laurentiis’ twist on the sandwiches, as well as fresh-pressed salads and paninis for dinner and lunch.
12. Stanton Social Prime
- Hours: Sun – Thurs: 5 pm – 10:30 pm, Fri & Sat: 5 pm – 11:30 pm
- Phone: (702) 650 5985
Santon Social Prime is one of the latest entries to the Caesars Palace restaurant roster, bringing you a taste of New York from the award-winning Executive Chef, Chris Santos.
The success of the New York residence in the Lower East Side has brought the innovative and creative dishes of Santos to worldwide fame. His take on steaks makes Santon Social Prime a must-visit for those who love a special dish and a bit of tableside theatrics.
The menu features a variety of high-quality cuts of beef, including USDA Prime, American Wagyu, and Japanese A5 Kobe beef. Each steak is hand-selected and dry-aged in-house for optimal flavor and tenderness. In addition to steak, the menu features seafood, salads, and sides that are perfect for sharing.
One standout item is the 36 oz. Tomahawk ribeye, which is perfect for sharing with a group. This massive steak is cooked to perfection and served with a variety of sauces and sides. For a lighter option, try the lobster bisque or the jumbo lump crab cake, both of which are made with fresh, high-quality ingredients.
13. Dominique Ansel
- Hours: Daily between 6 am – 11 pm
- Phone: (702) 731 7865
The long-awaited launch of Dominique Ansel since its announcement in late 2022 finally happened. Now open at Caesars Palace, Chef Dominique Ansel brings his famous pastries to the Strip much to the delight of Cronut pastry and Frozen S’mores fans.
Whether you’re drawn to the allure of luxury pastries or appreciate the timeless appeal of classics like the Cronut, there’s no denying its irresistible blend of flaky croissants and sweet donut flavors. It is a must-try.
Dominique Ansel combines French techniques with American flavors. The interior of the restaurant is designed to look like a vintage American diner, with a playful twist. The menu is full of creative dishes that are sure to please every customer.
Another must-try at Dominique Ansel is the avocado toast ice cream. This dessert is made with avocado ice cream, olive oil cake, lemon curd, and white chocolate pearls. It’s a sweet and savory combination that is sure to surprise and delight your palate.
In addition to the food, the pastry spot also offers a selection of cocktails, beer, and wine. The drink menu is just as creative as the food, with options like the “Mr. Roboto” and the “Two Birds, One Stone”.
14. Peter Luger Steak House
- Hours: Mon – Tue: 5 pm – 10 pm, Wed-Sun: 11 am – 10 pm
- Phone: 702 731 7267
This is the Vegas outpost of the Peter Luger Steak House from New York. It is a 135-plus-year-old steak house known for its award-winning juicy and tender steaks, all dry-aged in-house for up to 28 days for a rich and flavorful taste.
Peter Luger Steak House also serves a variety of seafood options including broiled lobster and crabmeat cocktails. Sides range from creamed spinach to German fried potatoes, and onion rings.
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Needless to say, you will not run out of dining options at Caesars Palace. However, if you are looking for a budget-friendly, you may want to stick to Forum Food Hall and Café americano.
Regardless of which restaurant you visit on your next stay, you will not fall short of the excitement and ambiance that comes with dining at the exotic Caesars Palace eateries. Enjoy!