Location: The Stratosphere Hotel Casino Tower Las Vegas:
2000 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Cuisine at Top of the World Las Vegas: It's steaks and seafood with a sprinkling of surprises. At lunch you can expect to find a bit more of a varied menu but you cannot miss the Vietnamese Chicken “Banh Mi” sandwich.
Reservations at Top of the World Restaurant Las Vegas: You should
Price Range at Top of the World Restaurant Las Vegas: Moderate to expensive
Hours at Top of the World Restaurant Las Vegas:
Lunch and dinner daily
Attire: Casual for lunch with a slightly more upscale business casual for dinner
It is simple to discuss the view when you talk about Top of the World restaurant but considering that Chef Claude Gaty has really taken a close look at what works well with the view and the clientele of the Stratosphere, I must say you might forget that you can see all of Las Vegas during your meal. The dining room is casual and fun during lunch and only slightly more subdued during dinner. You will be amazed by the lights of Las Vegas regardless of what you order.
How's the food at Top of the World Restaurant Las Vegas?
My notes for Top of The World Restaurant are peculiar because I kept mentioning the word “fresh” or “summer” or “outdoors.” The flavors are light, they dance around your mouth and they make you feel as if the sky is blue and the temperature is perfect and you have just finished a glass and a half of Prosecco.
What you should try at Top of the World Restaurant Las Vegas:
- Grilled Portabello and Buffalo Mozzarella – Yes, I have had this plenty of times before, but the ingredients are superb and the way the roasted bell pepper cradles the Portabello is beautiful.
- Ahi Tuna Tataki and Asian Salad – This will soon be my new “go to” summer dish.
- Steak – How do you like it? Mâitre d’ butter, Brandy peppercorn sauce, Mushroom red wine sauce, Horseradish crust and demi-glace, Blue cheese crust and demi-glace, Roasted garlic Dijon crust and demi-glace
- Ricotta Gnocchi Bolognese – Comfort food in a red sauce with tiny pillows full of flavor.
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