The influx of exotic flavors and cooks from around the world gives Las Vegas prominence as a center for global cuisine.
Come enjoy the true taste of Brazil at Pampas Brazilian Grille or feed your island spirit with at the caribbean-inspired Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville. No passport required.
Experience all that Las Vegas international restaurants have to offer - bon appetit, buen provecho, and enjoy your meal.
Below is a list of restaurants with international flavor.
|Julian Serrano||Spanish||ARIA Resort|
|Sea Harbour||Cantonese/Chinese||Caesars Palace|
|Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville||Caribbean||Flamingo|
|Verandah||Greek/ Mediterranean||Four Seasons|
|J.C. Wooloughan Irish Pub||Irish||JW Marriott|
|Red Square||Russian||Mandalay Bay|
|Fleur By Hubert Keller||Mandalay Bay|
|The Grand Wok||Pan-Asian||MGM Grand|
|Samba Brazilian Barbeque||Brazilian||Mirage|
Nine Fine Irishmen
|Irish||New York New York|
|Brendan's Irish Pub||Irish||The Orleans|
|Jack's Irish Pub||Irish||Palace Station|
|LAVO Restaurant||Greek / Mediterranean||Palazzo|
|Pampas Churrascaria||Brazilian||Planet Hollywood|
|Gaylord Indian Restaurant||Indian||Rio|
|H2(Eau)||Mediterranean, Asian||Trump International|
|Postrio by Wolfgang Puck||European||Venetian|
|Tao Asian Bistro||Pan-Asian||Venetian|
|Alex||Mediterranean||Wynn Las Vegas|
|Stratta||Greek, Mediterranean||Wynn Las Vegas|
|French Restaurants||American Restaurants|
|Italian Restaurants||Seafood Restaurants|
|Mexican Restaurants||Japanese Restaurants|
|Asian Restaurants||Chinese Restaurants|
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Order wine by the bottle. If two or more people are drinking wine and can settle on the type of wine that you like, you can save some money by ordering a bottle.
Before entering a restaurant make sure you know how much it will cost. Check the menu if it is shown or ask the hostess if you could see one before entering. Avoid any surprises
** based on average price of entrée
|= More than $50|
|= $25 - $50|
|= $15 - $25|
|= $15 or Less|
Tipping in Las Vegas
This web site is all about saving you money on your trip to Las Vegas. However it's worth mentioning that in Las Vegas, restaurant and bar staff make most of their salary from tips. Except when service is awful, tipping is mandatory.
It is considered rude to tip less than 15%. Las Vegas restaurants will automatically add the tip to your bill if your group is six people or more.