Staying at the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel affords guests the luxury of having nine restaurants to choose from. The Flamingo has a some for everyone no matter what their preference is. It doesn’t matter if you enjoy the taste of Mexican, American, or Japanese food, the Flamingo has it all under one roof.
Paradise Garden Buffet
The Paradise Garden Buffet has some of the most stunning views ever. The buffet has floor to ceiling windows which looks onto the Flaming Wildlife Habitat. While eating, one can take in the scenery. Discover the different animals which reside on the 15 acre man made ecosystem.
The Paradise Garden Buffet serves foods like fried rice, sweet potato fries, pasta salad, pork tamales, and breakfast too. There is also a shrimp and crayfish bar. Dinning attire is casual. The buffet is open daily between the hours of 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. Entrée prices range from $18 to $29.
Carlos and Charlies
Carlos and Charlies is a Mexican bar and restaurant which is located at the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel. This high energy restaurant and bar is a bit of chameleon of sorts. It is a lovely family spot during the day and at night it turns into to party central. With lots of drinking, performing bartenders and waiters; this place morphs into an adult spring break. There are fun contest that go on nightly. Wild dancing takes over the restaurant floor.
Not only is there partying here, but Carlos and Charlies has excellent food. The favorite Mexican dishes to eat are the following: BBQ ribs, Mayan Pyramid Nachos, Super Mix Platter, Burrito, and the Super Mix Platter. They also serve breakfast daily from 8 a.m. to noon time. The average cost of an entrée is $20. Casual attire is fine to wear here.
Hamada of Japan
This Japanese restaurant serves a variety of foods. Some of the menu’s featured dishes include egg rolls, soups, gyoza, tempura, and sashimi. Customers get to experience Japanese cuisine in a tranquil setting. But the action peps up when customers are entertained by the chef at the Hibachi grills. Some customer favorites include beef sukiyaki, seafood chicken, and the filet Mignon. The average entrée costs about $50. And customers are to dress in business attire. The Hamada of Japan is open daily between the hours of 5 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
Center Cut Steakhouse
Places to eat at the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel include eating at the Center Cut Steakhouse. Here hotel guests can try the 20 ounce monster rib-eye steak. Center Cut Steakhouse boasts that their meat comes from is U.S. raised cows and is 100 percent hormone and steroid free. Some customer favorites are the rack of lamb, the 20 ounce steak, and the lobster macaroni and cheese.
An entrée costs about $50 per person. Business attire is most appropriate for customers. The steakhouse is open daily between the hours of 5:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Happy Hour daily hours are between the hours of 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. And their bar is open daily and is open from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m., midnight.
The Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel has lots of great places to eat at. They always offer delicious cuisines daily.