Michelin Guide Rated Restaurants in Las Vegas

The Results From The Last Las Vegas Guide

Joël Robuchon Las Vegas
••• Joël Robuchon at MGM Grand Hotel and Casino. © 2017 MGM Resorts International

So what is all the fuss about some guy in a tire suit rating restaurants that seem to cost far more than a set of tires? Well, simply put, the Michelin Guide people seem to know what good food and service tastes, looks and feel like. Check out the Michelin rating guide to get an idea of what the stars mean and then see if you can fit in one of these Michelin rated restaurants while in Las Vegas.

As you seek out the best restaurants in Las Vegas make sure to check out a few more of our resources for eating in Las Vegas.

It should be noted that there is a correlation between outrageously expensive and stars when it comes to the Michelin Guide and its rating system in Las Vegas.

3 Stars - Exceptional Cuisine, worth a special journey

Joel Robuchon
MGM Grand Hotel and Casino
(702) 891-7925

2 Stars - Excellent cuisine, worth a detour

Alex  (CLOSED)
Wynn Las Vegas - Closed
(702) 248-DINE

Guy Savoy
Caesars Palace Las Vegas
(702) 731-7286

Bellagio Hotel and Casino
(702) 693-7223

1 Star - A very good restaurant in its category

Palms casino and Hotel
(702) 942-7777

Andre’s (CLOSED)
Monte Carlo Hotel
(702) 385-5016

Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino
(702) 632-7401

Danile Boulud Brasserie - Closed
Wynn Las Vegas
(702) 248-3463

L’Atelier Joel Robuchon
MGM Grand Hotel and Casino
(702) 891-1111

Le Cirque
Bellagio Hotel and Casino
(702) 693-8100

Mesa Grill
Caesars Palace Las Vegas
(877) 346-4642

Michael Mina
Bellagio Hotel and Casino
(702) 693-7223

THEhotel at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas
(702) 632-9500

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
(702) 693-5090

Wing Lei
Wynn Las Vegas
(702) 248-3463

Michelin rated Restaurants in Las Vegas