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Famous Foods at Resorts World Las Vegas

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Famous Foods

Like a traditional food court on steroids, Famous Foods offers more than 16 eateries from award-winning chefs.

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Location

Resorts World

Today's Hours

Sunday 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Monday 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Tuesday 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Wednesday Closed

Thursday 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Friday 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Saturday 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

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Price

$$

Cuisine

Quick Bites

Phone

(702) 676-7000

Website

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Famous Foods Food Hall at Resorts World Las Vegas | Las Vegas Restaurants

From traditional Shandong dumplings to award-winning Texas BBQ, the Famous Foods food hall at Resorts World Las Vegas has something for everyone. Located just off the casino floor, Famous Foods brings all your favorite street food varieties to one location. The selection of more than 16 restaurants makes Famous Foods a perfect destination for quick bites or dining with friends.

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4BetGuru

300 Points
4/2/2024

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Famous Foods in Las Vegas is a fantastic spot where many well-known vendors from Asia, like Singapore, offer a wide variety of foods. It's reminiscent of a hawker center with options ranging from Japanese and Chinese to Filipino and even American cuisine. The center bar is a great place to gather, and there are stands selling trinkets as well. Plus, you can find boba tea offerings. Overall, it's a great place to dine and visit.

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mParker7

302 Points
2/25/2024

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The duck tacos and bowl at Famous Foods in Las Vegas are incredibly tasty and filling. The dishes have great flavor and presentation, with a wide variety of options to choose from. The restaurant has a lively atmosphere with many tourists and visitors. It's definitely worth a visit. And if you have a sweet tooth for cheese, save some room for dessert at a nearby spot.

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pSmith23

353 Points
2/5/2024

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Wonderful place where many of the well known vendors are from Asia, like Singapore etc. it's like a hawker center where it offers a variety of foods across the spectrum. It has Japanese, Chinese, Filipino, and even American vendors. There is a center bar where people can congregate. There are stands where trinkets are displayed and sold. And of course, there is boba tea offerings. Overall, a good place dine and visit

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jones7

453 Points
1/20/2024

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The duck tacos and the bowl are not only delicious, but one plate is enough. Great flavor and presentation. So many different options. Great vibe with a lot of different tourists and visitors around. Definitely worth the try. And if you are a cheese for dessert lover. Then hold it and keep room. There is a great place close by!

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h3ll0W0rld

678 Points
1/3/2024

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The Food Street at Resorts World in Las Vegas is a must-visit for any foodie in town. The street is packed with a diverse range of food options, ranging from Japanese to Mexican cuisine, and everything in between. The ambiance is lively, with street performers adding to the festive atmosphere. One of the standout features of the Food Street is the quality of the food. Each food stall seems to specialize in a specific dish or cuisine, and they do it exceptionally well. The sushi from the Japanese stall was fresh and delicious, while the tacos from the Mexican stall were bursting with flavor. There are also plenty of dessert options to satisfy your sweet tooth, including freshly made churros and gelato. The prices at the Food Street are also reasonable considering the high quality of the food. The portions are generous, so you can easily share with a friend or family member. The only downside of the Food Street is that it can get quite busy, especially during peak hours. However, the staff is efficient and friendly, and they do their best to keep the lines moving quickly. Overall, the Food Street at Resorts World in Las Vegas is a fantastic addition to the city's dining scene. With its diverse range of food options, high-quality dishes, and lively ambiance, it's a must-visit for anyone who loves good food.

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SportsFan91

1113 Points
12/22/2023

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Used to be better. The chicken rice was much better. This time it tasted like they were chilled in the fridge. No more orchid on the plate (included in my picture for comparison). Added a few drink other side carts that closes at 10pm. Which was super inconvenient. Vegas... closes at 10pm. I gave 3 ☆s for convenience factor. Otherwise the jiajiang mein and the chicken rice this time was a 2. Few minutes off the strip has better tasting SEA foods.

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