Trevi- can be found in the Forum Shops mall in Caeser's Palace. This dish was a linguine with clams and vegetables in a red wine sauce.
In-n-Out- that name throws you off considering line ups are longer than our Tim Horton's drive thru lines. If you haven't tried a burger from here I'd recommend a "Three by Three" and some fresh fries.
Rio Buffet- this was the largest/best buffet I have ever been to. It had sections for appetizers, Chinese, American, Japanese, Italian, Mexican and seafood. It was impossible to eat everything and to make a buffet look good on a camera.
Earl of Sandwich- it's located in Planet Hollywood and open 24 hours. It was pretty close to my hotel and I had to eat late every evening. For $6 I was able to enjoy this chicken caeser wrap and watch women dance on tables.
Cafe-it was one of the restaurants within Monte Carlo hotel. Servings everywhere we went were very generous. We dropped by here for a lunch one day for the convenience of picking up our Jabbawockeez tickets before hand. Good find.
The Original Fulton Fish Frye- on our way to the Luxor we made sure to stop at New York, New York for fish and chips. But as my siblings and I were standing in line we chose to go with the family pack instead, it seemed like a "bang for your buck". For about $20 we got four fish, four chicken, five hush puppies (mozza balls), popcorn shrimp, two coleslaw containers and fries. Delicious.