Resorts World Las Vegas features renowned entertainment, nightlife, the first passenger station on the Tesla tunnel, and a stunning exterior with a 100,000-square-foot LED screen. In addition, it is home to a collection of diverse restaurants filled with unique culinary creations, classic favorites, and more. Whether you are looking for a Chef driven experience, a casual sit-down spot, or something quick to go, they have everything you need under one roof. 

Before we get started with our list, I’ll share a pro-tip. Resorts World Las Vegas has a player’s rewards program that offers all kinds of benefits including those for dining if you’re a member. Membership is free. You can find more information here at Genting Rewards.

Restaurants in Resorts World:

There are many things to consider when deciding where to eat at Resorts World Las Vegas. I broke things down into categories based on a restaurant’s formality, most prominent features, and offerings to help make the decision easier for you.

Fine Dining Restaurants in Resorts World

Resorts World is home to a collection of high-caliber fine dining restaurants worthy of Las Vegas’s high standards. If you want to celebrate a special evening out, go on an intimate date, or simply try some of the best culinary creations in the world, the fine dining restaurants in this grouping are just the place. 

Bar Zazu

A screenshot of the menu highlights from Bar Zazu restaurant in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Bar Zazu is open for dinner five days a week, making it a fantastic place to enjoy a festive evening out. It features globally-inspired cuisine brought to you by Executive Chef Nicole Brisson and has a stylish, lively atmosphere to match.

Chef Brisson’s menu is great for sharing and individual meals. It contains starters, Cheese & Salumi Boards, pizzas, and entrees like Confit Chicken. Their Seafood Paella is a house favorite. 

The chic lounge and bar area provides a luxurious drinking experience. They have an extensive wine and spirits list, specialty cocktails, and various beers. In addition, they host live music from 6 to 9 PM, which adds a touch of performance. 


A screenshot of the menu highlights from Brezza restaurant in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Brought to you by Executive Chef Nicole Brisson, Brezza is the sister restaurant to Bar Zazu.  It offers modern coastal Italian cuisine made from quality ingredients to ensure fresh flavors.  Serving lunch and dinner daily, you can expect superior service and an inviting atmosphere.  

Brezza’s space is adorned with rich colors and gold accents. In addition to the main dining room, it has a private dining space, an indoor bar area, a patio, and an outdoor lounge with a fire pit. Their lengthy wine menu, beer list, signature Negronis, and other specialty cocktails make this a great place for enjoying a drink. 

The food menu at Brezza includes Italian classics with rich sauces. Choose between premium seafood, Dry Aged Steaks, housemade pasta, raw bar selections, sides, and more at dinner. The lunch menu is slightly paired down but still offers house favorites. 


A screenshot of the menu highlights from Carversteak restaurant in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Open for dinner daily, Carversteak brings you a classic steakhouse experience in a captivating modern environment. It features a plush dining room with swanky booths, a large bar, and a lounge area. A gorgeous terrace space with lounge gardens and an outdoor bar overlooking the Strip completes the space. 

Executive Chef Daniel Ontiveros’s menu is perfect for celebrations, date nights, and group celebrations. Selections include Japanese Wagyu steaks and dry-aged American steaks from select producers. They also have starters, salads, soups, shellfish and raw bar options, and tasty side dishes, including potatoes, prepared several ways. A vegan menu is also available to accommodate varying tastes. 

Master mixologist Francesco Lafranconi’s bar menu pairs perfectly with your meal and is also great for pre and post-dinner drinks. It offers classic cocktails with a contemporary twist, a curated whiskey selection, and an extensive wine list.

Caviar Bar Las Vegas

A screenshot of the menu highlights from Caviar Bar in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

At Caviar Bar Las Vegas, Michelin-starred Chef Shaun Hergatt focuses on ultra-premium Caspy Caviar and a range of upscale fare. The high-design restaurant and bar space is perfect for special occasions and intimate date nights. 

Belarus crystal-embellished doors invite you into this elegant restaurant and lounge. Moody walls and handblown crystal balls on the ceiling create a sophisticated atmosphere. Savor a hand-crafted cocktail, wine, or beer while you soak up the vibe. 

The menu at Caviar Bar Las Vegas is great for a la carte or multi-course dining. While Kaluga Golden Assetra and other caviar selections are the main attraction, you can also enjoy decadent cured meat plates, oysters, seafood dishes, cheeses, and more. After your meal, try one of their rich desserts like the Caviar Ball.

Read our complete review of Caviar Bar Las Vegas.


A screenshot of the menu highlights from Crossroads restaurant in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

As the first completely plant-based Italian/Mediterranean fine dining concept on the Strip, Crossroads provides a truly unique dining occasion. Seeing how it’s only plant-based, renowned Chef Tal Ronnen and Executive Chef Paul Zlatos ensure meat lovers, omnivores, and vegans can enjoy delectable dishes in one place. 

Originally a hotspot in LA, Crossroads has a loyal following. The menu features signature dishes like Impossible Cigars, Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms, and tasty pastas and pizzas. It also contains special dishes for the Las Vegas location like Chestnut Foie Gras and Caviar and Chips. I recommend the five-course Tasting Menu.  

This upscale restaurant and lounge’s refined atmosphere was designed with dark wood, enchanting chandeliers, and plush red booths. It is a great place to enjoy cocktails or something off their extensive wine list. The space is open for dinner daily, plus brunch on Saturday and Sunday, where you’ll find bottomless mimosas and sangria. 


A screenshot of the menu highlights from Fuhu restaurant in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Fuhu’s contemporary Asian cuisine and innovative mixology program make it a fantastic place for date nights, groups, and special occasions. It offers indoor and outdoor dining options and is open for dinner daily until late, plus brunch on Saturday. 

The menu at this restaurant offers classic dishes with a unique spin. Whether you are in the mood for steaks, duck, seafood, dim sum, sushi rolls, or delicious dessert wontons, they can accommodate you. Their FUHU Fried Chicken and Market Fish are stand-out selections.  

A vibrant design and high-energy atmosphere make Fuhu great for dinner or drinks. It has retro and modern design elements that are both comforting and lively. Enjoy sake, specialty cocktails, wine, beer, and espresso drinks while you spend a night on the town.

Read our complete review of Fuhu Restaurant.

Genting Palace

A screenshot of the menu highlights from Genting Palace restaurant in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Genting Palace is a culinary gem with a glamorous old-world feel. Serving authentic Chinese cuisine amidst a plush dining room and lounge, it makes the perfect backdrop for groups, date nights, and celebrations. 

You’ll find all the classic Chinese dishes you love on the menu at Genting Palace. They offer a collection of appetizers, soups, dim sum, noodles, barbecue dishes, and Live Seafood. They also have many vegetarian selections. Chef Lok’s 6 Course Tasting Menu is an excellent choice if you want to try a handful of the best offerings. 

Genting Place also features a swanky lounge serving handcrafted cocktails. Located off the casino floor, stop by for dinner Wednesday through Sunday.

Read our complete review of Genting Palace Restaurant.

Kusa Nori

A screenshot of the menu highlights from Kusa Nori restaurant in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Serving innovative and classic Japanese cuisine in a modern bistro setting, Kusa Nori is a crowd favorite. The dining room features Asian decor with light woods and rich reds throughout to create an inviting yet elegant ambiance. Massive koi sculptures dangle from the ceiling, adding spectacle and playfulness. They are open for dinner daily and are an excellent place for groups and date nights.  

Specialty foods at Kusa Nori include rolls, nigiri, sashimi, oysters, seafood, and robata meats. The space also features Teppanyaki grills, where the chef prepares your meal at your table, adding an element of showmanship to the entire experience. Due to limited and timed seating, reservations are recommended for Teppanyaki.

The bar features an extensive sake collection and specialty cocktails. They also have happy hour from 4 to 5:30 PM, offering a discounted menu with sake bombs, cocktails, and signature bites.

Read our complete review of Kusa Nori Restaurant.


A screenshot of the menu highlights from Viva restaurant in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

At ¡Viva!, Chef Ray Garcia puts a fresh spin on Latin cuisine. He offers bright and bold flavors, seasonal ingredients, and Mexican classics backed by his distinct culinary perspective. 

The menu at ¡Viva! is filled with small and shareable plates, making it perfect for groups of all sizes. Their fresh salsas, Guacamole, Ceviche, and handmade corn masa tortillas take every dish to the next level. House specialties include Barbacoa, Chicharron, and more. After dinner, try one of their delicious desserts like Churros or Tres Leches Flan

A large selection of tequilas, mezcals, and fresh drinks complement any meal or happy hour excursion. The exciting interior of ¡Viva! features bright artwork and an energetic vibe. They are open for lunch, dinner, and brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. 


A screenshot of the menu highlights from Wally's restaurant in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The fine wines and gourmet foods at Wally’s give you a taste of Southern California in Las Vegas. Originally from LA, it has a beloved reputation and a unique concept that blends a gourmet market with a restaurant and wine bar.

Wally’s offers more than 8,000 wine selections, spirits, and beer. Their food menu consists of salads, pizzas, steaks, deluxe charcuterie boards, an array of tasty appetizers, and delicious desserts. They also have a group of dishes, like the Wood Oven Baked Brie that highlight French summer truffles and Australian black winter truffles. 

This spot is open for lunch and dinner daily, plus brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Its eclectic menu and diverse spread are ideal for accommodating parties, dates, and taking food or wine to go. 

Allē Lounge On 66

A screenshot of the menu highlights from Alle Lounge On 66 in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Primarily a place for decadent cocktails and sweeping views, Allē Lounge On 66 also offers globally inspired small plates. Open daily from 5 PM until late, stop by to take in the stunning lights below. 

Situated on the 66th floor, this lounge gives you unique views of the Las Vegas Strip. The setting is idyllic for dates, and pre or post-dinner drinks. They offer fine and rare spirits, wines by the glass or bottle, and handcrafted cocktails like the aptly named Twilight. They also make delicious mocktails. 

Allē Lounge On 66’s food menu includes delicious dishes like Brown Butter Lobster Rolls, Roasted Bone Marrow, Wagyu Beef Sliders, and more. The Chef’s selection of seasonal caviar, known as The Caviar Affair, is a house specialty. 

Casual Sit-Down Dining at Resorts World

While the glitz and glam of upscale Las Vegas are alluring, you also have plenty of casual sit-down dining options to consider. If you prefer a more laid-back atmosphere, the following restaurants fit the bill. They offer all the service and culinary expertise you expect from Las Vegas, just in informal surroundings. 

Agave Bar & Grill

A screenshot of the Agave Bar & Grill at the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Located on the pool deck, Agave Bar & Grill is the perfect place to grab a drink or food while enjoying a day in the sun. They offer fresh cocktails and coastal cuisine in a breezy outdoor setting.

Open for lunch daily from 11 AM until 4 PM, Agave serves both light and filling lunch favorites. It is known for dishes like the Agave Jalapeno Burger, Agave Shrimp Ceviche, and Churros filled with caramel. They also have salads, bowls, and various appetizers to satisfy all your cravings. 

Agave offers a collection of tasty poolside beverages, including their signature Boba Mimosa, frozen drinks, beers, and wines by the glass or can. They also have virgin cocktails if you require some straight-up hydration. 

Dawg House Saloon

A screenshot of Dawg House Saloon in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Based out of Nashville, Dawg House Saloon is a classic sports bar with a Southern vibe. Its location next to the sportsbook makes it a fantastic place for a casual meal and watching a game. This spot also features live music and dancing. 

For food, you’ll find classic American pub fare with a focus on Southern flavors and ingredients. They have burgers, dogs, and sammies, all served with tots. They also offer shared plates, salads, and soups. 

A fun food truck is also located inside called Mouse House, which serves specialty grilled cheeses. The bar at Dawg House Saloon offers creative cocktails, lots of draft beers, and shooters to keep the party going.

Mulberry Street Pizzeria

A screenshot of Mulberry Street Pizzeria at the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

A Beverly Hills institution for decades, Mulberry Street Pizza’s reputation precedes itself. Created by Richie Palmer, it offers authentic slices and pies in a laid-back atmosphere. 

In addition to all the traditional pizza toppings you love, this spot also offers specialty ingredients. Their signature pizza includes Lasagna, Rigatoni, and Buffalo Chicken. They have vegan options and a few desserts, beers, and wines as well. 

Opening daily at 11 AM, this pizza shop serves all day. They are even open until 4 AM Thursday through Saturday, making them a great place to grab food after a long night out. 


A screenshot of the menu highlights from Redtail restaurant in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Redtail is a social gaming bar with expansive TVs, oversized interactive games, an arcade, and live entertainment. They also have three private karaoke rooms. Its vibrant and energetic atmosphere is suitable for all ages and is a fantastic place to watch a game or party with friends. 

In addition to entertainment, Redtail features a menu with shareable plates and munchies, like Poke Nachos and Wisconsin Cheese Curds. They also offer burgers, wings, salads, and sweet treats. 

No gaming experience is complete without tasty drinks. Redtail’s bar serves specialty cocktails, oversized cocktails, Corona-Ritas, coffee cocktails, and mocktails. Open until late, stop by for some food, games, and fun!

Sun’s Out Buns Out

A screenshot of Sun's Out Buns Out restaurant in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Sun’s Out Buns Out is open 21 hours a day, bringing you innovative comfort food nearly any time of day or night. Their primary focus is eggs, but they make a whole lot more than just breakfast. 

The salads, sandwiches, and tasty french fry options at Sun’s Out Buns Out can satisfy varying tastes. The most popular items include breakfast sandwiches and Hot Honey Chicken

This eatery has an artistic decor that reflects the menu playfully. The space features comfy chairs shaped like cracked eggshells and pop art murals. 

The Kitchen

A screenshot of the dining area from The Kitchen at the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Located off the casino floor, The Kitchen is a convenient place to stop for breakfast and lunch. They are open from 6 AM until 3 PM daily and have a casual, laid-back vibe perfect for starting your day.

The lengthy menu at this restaurant is sure to accommodate any dietary preferences. It features breakfast classics and American lunch fare like omelets, salads, sandwiches, shareable plates, burgers, and more. House favorites include French Toast Croque Madame and Crab Cake Sliders

The Kitchen also offers a Breakfast Buffet Friday through Sunday, making it great for nursing a hangover or refueling before an adventure. Fresh juice, coffee, hot tea, and classic breakfast drinks are available to go with your meal. They also have wines by the glass, beers, seltzers, and canned cocktails to quench any thirst.  

Quick Eats – Drinks – Coffee – Desserts

A screenshot of company logos and signs for the quick eats establishments at the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

When you don’t want to make a big deal out of grabbing a bite, need a coffee, or are in the mood for a sweet treat, the following eateries have you covered. Their counter-style service makes picking something up to enjoy on-site or to-go super fast and easy. 

Aubi & Ramsa

Offering alcohol-infused ice cream and sorbet, Aubi & Ramsa is strictly for those 21 and up. Some of their most popular flavors include Chocolate & Amaretto, Mango Mai Tai, and Scotch & Decadence. Whichever flavor you choose, you can count on exquisite flavors.


Located within the expansive pool area, Bites is the ideal place to get some food by the pool. They are open from 8 AM until 7 PM Friday through Sunday, making them an outstanding selection for breakfast or lunch on the weekend. Their menu offers American bar-style food, including a Cheeseburger, Chicken Tenders, Pizza, Popcorn, and more.

Craig’s Vegan

Originally from LA, Craig’s Vegan offers delicious ice cream treats. From scoops to pints to unique creations, they have everything needed to satisfy a sweet tooth, vegan or not. Stop by anytime between 2 and 10 PM. 

Randy’s Donuts

Randy’s Donuts is a 24-hour pop-up window inside Sun’s Out Buns Out. Their colossal donuts feature savory, decadent, and creative flavor options. You can also get a coffee here anytime. Initially opened in 1952 in LA, this shop has a stellar reputation. 


When you need a caffeine fix, premium tea, snack, or sweet treat, Starbucks can help. They have two convenient locations, one by the Box Office and another in the District, and are open all day until late. 

Famous Foods Street Eats

A screenshot of the logos for the Famous Foods Street Eats food court in the Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The Famous Foods Street Eats concept was inspired by lively street food markets in Southeast Asia. This food court-style area is filled with pan-Asian eateries from award-winning chefs and food from around the world. They are open for lunch and dinner, and the Famous Foods Center Bar ensures you can imbibe here as well. 

Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling

Specializing in traditional Shanghainese dumplings, Ah Chun’s cuisine is made fresh daily. Its delicious dumplings gained Bib Gourmand recognition in the Michelin Guide of 2020. They also serve bao and have an array of vegetarian options. 

Blood Bros. BBQ

Originally a Houston hotspot, Blood Bros. BBQ serves Texas-style Smoked Beef Brisket, Pulled Pork, and Shichimi Togarashi Dusted Turkey Breast. They also have a few southern sides to complement your meal. Occasionally, they put a Vietnamese and Chinese spin on their traditional BBQ dishes. 

Boon Tong Kee

Using recipes from Singapore’s Chinatown dating back to 1979, Boon Tong Kee serves delicious, tender Singapore chicken rice dishes. They also have a curry noodle plate and various non-alcoholic beverages. Having earned a Michelin Plate Award, this spot will not disappoint. 

Burger Barn

The Burger Barn adds a bit of American variety to the eateries in Famous Foods. They make classic and unique burgers and, of course, fries. Make sure to try their Famous Sauce which is tangy, sweet, and adds a touch of heat. 

Fuhu Shack

Everyone loves Chinese roast duck, and at Fuhu Shack, that’s exactly what you’ll find. In addition to a classic rendition prepared with rice, they serve Western reinterpretations, including tacos and a burrito. This casual outpost of the Zouk Group is a great spot to get one of China’s most sought out dishes.  

Fuhu Cha Chaan Teng

As the first full-service experience at Famous Foods, Fuhu Cha Chaan Teng has a larger menu than other Street Eats options. Their menu includes appetizers, dim sum, various soups, roasted meats, and rice and noodle dishes. Their comfortable dine-in environment is reminiscent of a Chinese cafe, feel free to sit and enjoy. 

Geylang Claypot Rice

Geylang Claypot Rice delivers Southeast Asian rice dishes cooked slowly in a traditional claypot. They boast savory ingredients and offer a beef and chicken option. Awarded a Michelin Plate in 2016, their flavourful creations are a must-try. 

Googgle Man’s Char Kuey Teow

At Googgle Man’s Char Kuey Teow, Chef Ah Guan uses traditional charcoal-fired stoves to prepare delicately fried noodle dishes with a smoky aroma. The egg and rice noodles are fried with seafood, vegetables, and meats to make distinct, mouth-watering plates. Come in for some Asian comfort food!

Kuru Kuru Pa Yakitori

The creation of restaurateur Kevin Aoki and his brother DJ Steve Aoki, Kuru Kuru Pa Yakitori is an Anime-inspired concept. It offers delicious skewers of organic chicken, pork, salmon, beef, and a few add-ons. They also have a couple of beers on draft and combo options if you want to try more than one thing.

Nori Bar

If you’re looking for a casual yet authentic sushi experience, Nori Bar has what you want.  They present made-to-order sashimi and handrolls created with high-quality, fresh ingredients. Several Roll Sets make trying a few menu items super easy. A collection of sakes and beers is also available. 

Pepita’s Kitchen

Dedet de la Fuente, commonly called the Lechon Diva, is known for her unique stuffed Lechon creations made famous in Manila. As the owner of Pepita’s Kitchen, you’ll find some of her staple offerings in a drastically less formal environment. I recommend the Lechon & Truffled Rice

Streetbird Las Vegas

Streetbird Las Vegas is known for tender, juicy fried chicken, and with James Beard Award-winning Chef Marcus Samuelsson running the show, you know they will deliver. They offer simple fried chicken with white bread and pickles, a spicy sandwich, and another option with a cornbread waffle. The menu also includes various sides, sauces, draft beer, and frozen lemonades.

Sweet Eats

Gourmet desserts await at Sweet Eats. Their collection of dipped apples, flavored ices, pastries, and other delectable treats makes the perfect ending to any meal. Or, if you feel like something sweet throughout the day, make sure to stop by.

Ten Sun’s Braised Beef

The legendary Ten Sun’s Braised Beef noodle shop from Bangkok Old Town now offers tasty Thai dishes in Resorts World. With several years of Bib Gourmand recognition in the Michelin Guide, you can expect top-notch flavors and perfectly curated cuisine. Both Braised Beef Noodle options make excellent choices. 


Resorts World Las Vegas has an array of celebrated entertainment, nightlife, and dining options. While you probably can’t do it all on your first visit, rest assured the restaurants you choose will provide outstanding service and culinary excellence from start to finish. I hope this guide was helpful, and thanks for checking us out here at the Las Vegas Report!