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Decadent Dishes in the City of Sin

Written By: Mia Torres Insane Meals on the Las Vegas Strip

When coming to Las Vegas, you are most definitely going to spend some money. Partying, shows, shopping, sightseeing and of course, FOOD! It’s no secret that Vegas has some amazing restaurants. Some may be ‘holes in the wall’, some owned by celebrity chefs and some are chains. But what about the crazy-expensive places? We have all walked by, casually peeked in and made a quick stop to check out the menu—adding more and more to the Bucket List! The restaurants we are going to tell you about in this article are some of the most expensive places IN Las Vegas, with some of the best food around. Sounds like a splurge is approaching!

The Innovation-Inspiration Menu

Much like Joel Robuchon’s Restaurant, Guy Savoy also has a similar tasting menu. For $375 per person The Innovation-Inspiration dining experience is a 14 course meal. It features a Lobster Amuse Bouche, Seared Foie Gras, Quail and an Artichoke and Black Truffle Soup. Their $430 Black Truffle Menu stars Black Truffle in nearly every dish of its 8 course meal. Come hungry and chew slowly—you won’t want to miss a bite.

Restaurant Guy Savoy
3570 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
702.731.7286

 

Fleur Burger

Containing Wagyu beef, foie gras, shaved truffles and truffle sauce, the Fleur Burger is priced at $5, 000. Dubbed the most expensive burger in the world, and you can only get it in Vegas! “But does it come with anything, other than the burger?” We asked this as well, and yes, it sure does. Besides the burger, you’ll get french fries and a bottle of Chateau Petrus, the vintage 1995—Which is priced at $2, 500 a bottle.  

Native Knowledge: Just don’t ask for ketchup! The chef is adamantly against the use of the popular condiment!

Fleur by Hubert Keller
3950 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89119
702.632.9400

 

High Roller Roll

If seafood is what you are craving, Sushi Roku will more than satisfy—and leaving you feeling like a high roller. The $250 High Roller Roll at this Las Vegas destination offers a Wagyu Kobe beef and lobster tail pairing that rests under…wait for it…sheets of gold! This dish will leave you wanting to break the bank over and over again in the City of Sin.

Sushi Roku
3500 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
702.733.7373

 

Surf & Turf

At Michael Mina restaurant in the Bellagio, Las Vegas, you and your friends can start your meal off with a carving of whole-roasted hudson valley foie gras—right at your table for a mere $210. Pair this decadent starter with their $125 “surf & turf” that features wagyu filet, buttery lobster tail and you guessed it—more foie gras! Carry on with the “surf” and order the golden osetra caviar for just $475.

Michael Mina at the Bellagio
3600 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
702.693.7223

 

Golden Opulence Sundae

After an evening—or weekend—of indulgence and decadence, the only way we can think to end our Las Vegas experience is the way that we would like to end every meal—with dessert. The Guinness World Record Golden Opulence Sundae at Serendipity 3 rings in at $1, 000. The highest quality ice cream is scooped into a dish fit for a king, and of course, topped with gold-dusted delectables like crave-worthy chocolate, rare caviar and other goodies.

Serendipity 3
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109
702.731.7266
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