Last Updated on January 18, 2023
Resorts World Las Vegas is one of the hottest spots on the Las Vegas Strip for dining, shopping, gambling, and entertainment. If you’re staying there or just visiting, you’ll have no problem finding a great place to eat with the incredible lineup of Resorts World restaurants.
With 40 restaurants to choose from and the Famous Foods Street Market, Resorts World creates a whole new meaning for the word variety.
Bar Zazu highlights European flavors with globally inspired tapas, charcuterie, and savory pastries. The perfectly designed tasting lounge creates a festive and stylish atmosphere for visitors to sip brews, wine, and cocktails.
The experiential dining venue is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays but is open from 5 PM to 10 PM on Mondays and Thursdays – Sundays.
Brezza is a restaurant specializing in modern coastal Italian fare. Housemade pasta, premier seafood, aperitivos, and handcrafted Negronis are the pride of Brezza.
The lounge, patio, and main dining room are each a unique space to ease into an evening at Brezza while you enjoy classic and innovative dishes designed by executive chef Nicole Brisson.
Brezza is open for dinner service from 5 PM to 10 PM daily.
Carver Steak reinvents the steakhouse dining experience in an incredible way. With delicious vegan menu items offered alongside Japanese-certified Wagyu steaks, there’s something for everyone to indulge in at Carver Steaks.
The restaurant includes a bar and lounge, a main dining room, and an outdoor terrace bar and lounge with a breathtaking view of the Las Vegas Strip.
Try a glass from the extensive wine list and professionally curated whiskey collection, or order classic craft cocktails to complete your Carver Steak experience. Carver Steak is open daily for dinner service from 5 PM to 10 PM.
Caviar Bar is proof that any day can be a special occasion if you want it to be. The menu invites guests to experience premium caviar with caviar-centric dishes and caviar bumps offered throughout the night.
Cured meats, oysters, cheeses, and premier seafood dishes can be ordered al a cart to create your ideal Caviar Bar meal.
The restaurant features stunning decor from floor to ceiling, with crystal-embellished doors and hand-blown glass art on the ceiling. Caviar Bar is open Monday to Thursday, 5 PM to 9 PM, Friday and Saturday, 5 PM to 10 PM, and Sunday, 5 PM to 9 PM.
Plant-based eating has never looked better than it does at Crossroads Kitchen. This Italian Mediterranean restaurant has a fully plant-based menu with signature dishes from Executive Chef Paul Zlatos and Chef Tal Ronnen. Crossroads first became popular in Los Angeles, but the Las Vegas menu includes special items you can only get in Sin City.
Crossroads Kitchen is open from 10 AM to 2 PM on Saturday and Sunday for brunch. Dinner service is from 5 PM to 10 PM Sunday – Thursday and 5 PM to 11 PM Friday and Saturday.
Fuhu Las Vegas brings high-energy dining serving contemporary Asian cuisine with a twist to Resorts World Las Vegas. The restaurant is vibrantly designed with a mix of retro and modern Chinese-inspired pieces.
The indoor-outdoor dining room and patio combination create a stunning backdrop to enjoy seafood, steak, sushi, sake, and specialty cocktails.
Fuhu is open for dinner service from 5 PM to 11 PM Sunday to Thursday and 5 PM to 12 AM Friday and Saturday. Brunch is available on Saturdays from 12 PM to 3 PM.
Genting Palace is a spot to taste authentic Chinese cuisine while the atmosphere takes you back to a time of old-school glamour. Rice and noodle dishes, seafood, and dim sum are among the popular menu items guests can order after trying a handcrafted cocktail at the Genting Palace Lounge.
The Chinese fine dining restaurant is closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Dinner service is available from 5:30 PM to 10 PM Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday or 5:30 PM to 10:30 PM on Friday and Saturday. The Genting Palace Lounge is open daily from 3 PM to 10 PM, with a daily happy hour from 3 PM to 5 PM.
Kusa Nori is a Japanese bistro and fine dining experience serving modern menu items with a sushi bar and teppanyaki grills.
The menu also features an extensive sake selection, oysters, specialty rolls, and robata. Taste classic and innovative dishes with authentic Japanese flavors in a comfortable atmosphere.
Kusa Nori is open from 5:30 PM to 10 PM Sunday to Thursday and from 5:30 PM to 10:30 PM on Friday and Saturday.
Vivia brings a fresh perspective to Latin cooking with bright and bold Mexican food flavors. You’ll find cultural staples like fresh ceviches, salsas, guacamoles, and handmade corn masa tortillas. The menu is designed to be shared and sampled with small plates, appetizers, and shareable entrees.
Vivi serves lunch Monday to Friday from 11 AM to 3 PM. Dinner service is from 5 PM to 10 PM Sunday to Thursday and 5 PM to 11 PM Friday and Saturday. Brunch is available on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM to 2 PM.
Experience Southern California in Las Vegas when you dine at Wally’s. Wally’s has a unique design that combines a restaurant, wine bar, and specialty gourmet market into a one-stop shop for tasting and shopping.
Popular menu items include pizza, salad, steak, and handcrafted charcuterie boards that look good enough to serve at a California winery.
There are more than 8,000 types of wine, beer, spirits, and gourmet food from around the world that you can purchase to take with you or try as a sit-down dining experience.
Dinner is served from 12 PM to 11:30 PM Monday and Tuesday and 11 AM to 11:30 PM Wednesday to Sunday. Brunch is offered Monday to Friday from 10 AM to 12 PM and Saturday and Sunday from 9 AM to 12 PM.
Agave Bar & Grill
Agave Bar & Grill serves up coastal cuisine and cocktails in a convenient poolside location. The food menu includes items like shrimp ceviche, caramel-filled churros, and an agave jalapeno burger. Order an expertly crafted poolside margarita or mojito, and you’ll feel like a special guest at a VIP pool bar.
Crossroads Burger is the quick service outpost for the larger Crossroads restaurant. Find plant-based sausages, burgers, and chicken nuggets that are made in-house. Try a famous Crossroads Burger sundae to end things on a sweeter note.
Dawg House Saloon
Dawg House Saloon is a Nashville-style sports bar with live music, TVs playing the biggest sporting events, and dancing. Find draft beers, creative cocktails, and mouthwatering pub fare in this casual sports bar that you won’t want to leave.
Mulberry Street Pizzeria
Mulberry Street Pizzeria has been a thriving Beverly Hills business since 1991. The restaurant serves pizza by the slice and whole pies with specialty toppings, including their famous rigatoni pizza. The menu also includes vegan options, pasta, and desserts. Experience the best pizza in Beverly Hills without leaving resorts World.
Redtail is a social gaming bar serving premium wine, beer, and cocktails with casual bites. Redtail is a newer addition to Resorts World, but they’re accepting reservations now!
Suns Out Buns Out
Suns Out Buns Out is one of the most fun Resorts World restaurants. With creative decor and a menu based on traditional American comfort foods, what’s not to love? Eggs are the star of the show, with egg dishes on the menu all day long. From savory breakfast bites to a burger with a fried egg, Suns Out Buns Out has just the right amount of variety while staying on theme.
The Kitchen is a popular spot at Resorts World. This casual setting overlooking the casino floor has a buffet option as well as classic dishes like burgers, salads, and sandwiches. Drink wine by the glass, try domestic and imported beer, or unwind with a hard seltzer at The Kitchen.
Famous Foods Street Market
Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling
The traditional dumplings and hand-pulled noodle dishes at this restaurant have received Michelin recognition in the 2020 Michelin Guide. Dumplings and hand-pulled noodles are prepared daily to be served at peak freshness.
Blood Bros. Bbq
Blood Bros is a Texas BBQ that’s critically acclaimed in Houston. The brand brought its bold flavors to Resorts World Las Vegas with classic BBQ flavors from Chinese and Vietnamese inspirations.
Boon Tong Kee
Boon Tong Kee uses recipes that can be traced back to Chinatown in Singapore in 1979. This food stall sticks to timeless recipes like Hainanese chicken rice with poached chicken and rice cooked in chicken broth. Pulled chicken curry laksa is another fan favorite at Boon Tong Kee.
Burger Barn by Famous Foods Street Eats offers a variety of burgers with unique flavors. You can still find classic burgers you know and love, or step outside your comfort zone to try a burger with teriyaki sauce and kimchi mayo!
Famous Foods Center Bar
Step into the future at this fully self-serve bar with a self-pour beer system on tap. This is a fun stop just to enjoy the unique experience of ordering your drink and being served without a person preparing the drink for you.
Fuhu Shack is one of the casual eateries at Resorts World Las Vegas that pulls inspiration from a larger restaurant’s menu. Find western interpretations of Fuhu classics like Peking duck burritos.
Fuhu Cha Chaan Teng
Fuhu Cha Chaan Teng is a sit-down, full-service restaurant. The name directly translates to “tea restaurant.” This is one of the few sit-down restaurants on the Famous Food Streets Market.
Geylang Claypot Rice
In southeast Asia, clay pots are used to slowly cook savory ingredients to create unforgettable comfort food. Those same methods have been brought to the Las Vegas Strip with Geylang Claypot Rice serving Michelin-plate rice dishes the same way they’re served in Southeast Asia.
Goggle Man’s Char Kuey Teow
Try authentic southeast Asia comfort food that begins with perfectly fried rice and egg noodles over a traditional charcoal-fired stove. Chef Ah Guan is passionate about serving only the best fresh seafood and vegetables in his Asian comfort dishes.
Kuru Kuru Pa Yakitori
Steve and Kevin Aoki opened this Japanese and anime-inspired spot. The menu has a good variety of chicken yakitori, kushiyaki, and yaki onigiri. The playful eatery presents a selection of signature drinks and mochi to complete your meal.
Get some of the freshest street eats at Nori Bar with made-to-order handrolls and sashimi. The beverage selection of sake, matcha, seasonal teas, and Japanese beer on tap provides plenty of options for afternoon delights to accompany your fresh Japanese cuisine.
Taste small bites from the famous Dedet de la Fuente at Pepita’s Kitchen. Stuffed Lechon creations and Manila-inspired dishes are loved by celebrity chefs, including Martha Stewart, so having easy access to try for yourself at Resorts World Las Vegas is an opportunity that can’t be passed up!
Springleaf Prata Place
This family-owned concept straight from Singapore has brought authentic cuisine from the north and south India to the Las Vegas Strip. One of the most popular menu items is Murtabak, a meat-stuffed flatbread with mouthwatering, savory flavors.
Taste Nashville hot chicken from the hands of award-winning chef Marcus Samuelsson at Streetbird Las Vegas. From classic fried chicken to the hot n honey chicken waffle or Mac n Green, Streetbird is always serving up bold flavors with just the right amount of heat.
Get the perfect photo for your Instagram feed with gourmet cookies, treats, and prepacked items from Sweet Eats. Flavors from around the world make for excellent variety, and plenty of Sweet Eats to go around.
Ten Suns Braised Beef
Ten Suns serves authentic Thai food, including their famous braised beef bowls served with rice, noodles, or salad. This legendary spot on the Famous Food Street Market is family-run with legendary recipes that have made many repeat customers.
Tiger Sugar is famous for its Black Sugar Boba Milk. The Taiwanese bubble tea shop is the best spot for bubble tea on the Las Vegas Strip!
Aubi & Ramsa
Aubi & Rasma offers boozy ice cream flavors that are almost too good to be true. This Miami-based brand was excited to bring its creations to customers at Resorts World Las Vegas.
Bites can be found on the east side of the pool deck at the family pool. This snack bar has the perfect-sized snacks to fuel your poolside fun so you can get back in the water in no time.
Cure your sweet tooth with decadent frozen treats that are 100% vegan! Craig’s Vegan menu items are so good you don’t need to be vegan to indulge and feel more than satisfied.
On the Fly
On the Fly is a room-service-esque solution to food and beverage convenience at Resorts World Las Vegas. Powered by GrubHub, this service is a wonderful perk for guests at Resorts World Las Vegas.
Try iconic Randy’s Donuts at Resorts World Las Vegas in 2023! This new addition has been highly anticipated. Find your favorite classic donuts and gourmet recipes only served at Randy’s.
Get your daily caffeine fix at two Starbucks locations inside Resorts World. The first is just off the casino floor, and the second can be found on Level 2 of The District.
Key Info to Keep in Mind
- Resorts World Las Vegas has 3 Hilton hotels total, so there are plenty of rooms to choose from if you want to book your stay.
- Resorts World offers free parking! This is one of the only large resorts where you won’t have to pay to park when you dine.
- There are a number of Resorts World bars in addition to these restaurants. Some of the most popular bars are Eight Cigar Lounge, Conrad Lobby Bar, High Limit Bar, and Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge.