The Best Celebrity Chef Restaurants in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is a foodie haven as there are tons of great celebrity chef restaurants to choose from. The restaurants excel at providing great menus, opulent interiors, and stellar service.
Following are the best celebrity chef restaurants in Las Vegas:
Iron Chef Bobby Flay opened the doors of Mesa Grill in 2004. You won’t find any Mexican food in this restaurant as Flay and his team don’t cook it. What they cook is Southwestern cuisine, using a wide range of bold flavors, chilies, and earthy spices that deliver mouthwatering results. The bar offers a long list of mezcal and tequilas, so look past Patron when choosing your spirits. The menu changes quite often so you will need to ask about the specials. It is highly recommended that you try the Mesa Burger. It comes with Southwestern fries and is one of the best burgers in town.
Tony Abou-Ganim (actor) teamed with Sean McClain (a James Beard Award-winning chef) to create Liberate Social, and the results are creative cocktails and delicious dishes. The two epicureans met at Iron Chef America and together they decided to create this restaurant in Mandalay Bay. Liberate Social offers artisanal sausage boards, ahi tuna cones, ‘New American bar food, a whole roast chicken, to belly-busing burgers. For a special cocktail experience, try Abou-Ganim’s very own recipe Cable Car with lemon juice, curacao, and rum.
If you want to experience the outstanding cuisine of three-star Michelin chef Pierre Gagnaire, then Mandarin Oriental on the Stirp is the place to visit. At Twist, he introduces a whole new concept, mixing and matching textures and flavors in the most distinctive ways. Each dish here will delight your senses with the familiarity of the classic French cuisine with a modern twist.
Harvest by Roy Ellamar offers an all-new culinary experience in Las Vegas. The New American cuisine by this celebrity chef features regional and local ingredients, unexpected preparation methods, and seasonally inspired dishes. The restaurant’s menu is grouped by unique characteristics: Snack Wagon Delights, Rotisserie, Stone Oven, Boards, Ranch, Ocean, and Garden. The seasonal American menu is created in the exhibition kitchen that is located in the main dining room.
Located at Wynn Las Vegas, Wing Lei has the dramatic décor that is as splendid as chef Ming Yu’s cuisine. It is an amazing mix of Szechuan, Shanghai, and Cantonese cooking styles. Wing Lei is a Chinese restaurant in Vegas with a coveted Michelin Star rating. However, this prestigious award should not be intimidating to you. The attire at this restaurant is casual elegant attire and the service is gracious, attentive, and thoughtful.