Food and drink
Chef Kerry Simon has made a name for himself in America with his elevation of junk food to pro levels, and here he turns the burger into an art form. There are 10 burgers on the menu, and if none of them take your fancy, create your own (choose the bun, meat, and toppings). They're of a fantastic quality - I don't know anyone who's been who hasn't been impressed.
For drinks, the hand-carved ice vodka bar is in the centre of the room. If you’re not boozing, I recommend the milkshakes, which are evil if you're counting calories, but delicious.
The signature dish is the Cheddar Cheeseburger - deep fried in four layers of cheese - and though it sounds pretty revolting, it’s wonderous. Trust me. Although your waistline might not.
Casual but classy. The cartoon-ish murals on the walls keep it low key but the ice bar (which is replaced every two hours) and presentation of the food and staff push it upmarket from your standard burger bar. Unusually for a Strip restaurant, there are a lot of locals here.
Most of the waitresses (yes they’re all women) are actually from Eastern Europe, and while they’re not as stereotypically effusive as American servers, they’re friendly enough (and in fact, a touch of froideur can be a relief in over the top, your server is your best friend, Vegas).
In Harrah’s, which isn’t the best casino, but it’s very centrally located – under 10 minutes walk from Caesars and it's directly on the Strip.
Burgers start at US$10, and prices are the same for lunch or dinner.
Tables to book
Ask for a booth if you want to make it romantic. I like the tables in the upper section, too.
- Families with teenagers
- First-time travellers