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With 11 restaurants — including top industry names such as Nobu, Gordon Ramsay and Guy Savoy — and an extensive room service menu at your fingertips, it proves difficult to narrow down the long list of delicious dishes to just a few at The Laurel Collection by Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. But someone has to do it. Here are our picks for the best things to eat and drink at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel:
1. Artichoke and black truffle soup at Restaurant Guy Savoy. It may be a splurge at $68, but this soup put the famous French chef on the map. It’s a savory delight made with toasted mushroom brioche and black truffle butter. Simply put: it’s divine.
2. The Dinner at Bacchanal Buffet. Even if you’re the pickiest eater on the planet, you’d be hard-pressed to find something that didn’t make your mouth water at Bacchanal. There are upwards of 500 choices ranging from enchiladas, pizza and smoked meats to lasagna, sushi and prime rib. Don’t pass up the vanilla, chocolate or pistachio soufflés baked to order or gelato for dessert either.
3. Fish and chips at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill are a specialty. Not only is the fish light and flaky, but Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill has created a secret recipe for their one-of-a-kind ketchup.
4. The Chairman's Manhattan at the Lobby Bar. Ask for this twist on the classic, which was created by mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim. It's a concoction of Jack Daniel's Sinatra Select Tennessee whiskey, Carpano Antica Formula vermouth, Dale DeGroff's pimento bitters and brandied cherries.
5. Grasshopper Marshmallow Mint Explosion at Serendipity 3. When you’re ready to indulge, make your way to Serendipity 3. This treat from the outpost of the New York City mainstay is a sugary concoction of mint chocolate chip ice cream, fudge and marshmallow sauce.