This 3 to 3.5-hour tour takes you to some of the most sought-after restaurants and gives you a great view of Las Vegas. Enjoy this beautiful day.
Small familiar groups
Experienced travel guide
This 3 to 3.5-hour tour takes you to some of Las Vegas dining cultures. Explore the culinary wonder of Las Vegas, which highlights the best restaurants in the world. Among others Gordon Ramsay, Food Network's "Two Hot Tamales", creations of Hell's Kitchen Winner and Thomas Keller.
By booking our Las Vegas Food Tour, we take you on a tasting adventure from England to the Yucatan Peninsula, our southern states, Hawaii, Japan and finally to a sweet Parisian treat. With a glass of champagne or wine and a great photo from an iconic Vegas view.
Furthermore, all our tours have our Secret Dish, which you can only experience during the day.
This tour takes you through the centre of The Strip, where you will discover that you can only dine in Vegas, walk through Rome, eat in Mexico and walk past a volcano. Your tour ends with a sweet and alcoholic treat, with a view of Vegas' most sought-after culinary restaurants and offers you a great overview. Enjoy this beautiful day.
Please inform us of any dietary restriction before booking.
We meet at the entrance to the "Colosseum" event stadium located inside of Caesars Palace. Please dress appropriately, in the winter Las Vegas can be cool into the 30's F. and up to 115F in the summer. Our guide will be standing there to greet you with our "orange Secret Food Tours umbrella so we are easy to spot!"
Please bring your booking confirmation.
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