Las Vegas

Nevada's most populous city, Las Vegas, is undoubtedly the entertainment capital of the world. The city is best known for its luxurious Casinos, world-class hotels, and its happening nightlife. The fantasy city, also known as sin city, is incredibly popular among tourists worldwide and considered a popular holiday destination. Las Vegas Strip is one of the city's most iconic attractions that offers the city's best shopping, dining, and entertainment experience.

In Las Vegas, you will find some delectable dishes that you just cannot miss! There are some mouth-watering dishes and tasty dishes like Truffles, Bacon, and Noodles and many more. Continue reading to know more.

1. Truffles

Called the "diamond of the kitchen" by Italian chefs, this highly treasured ingredient comes in several varieties. White truffles which are native to Italy, named 'tuber magnatums' grow during the season from September to December. A particularly prized variety that is golden in color is called the 'tartufo bianco' and is known for having a pungent aroma with a delicate and earthy flavor.

The most popular places to try out Truffles are Godiva Chocolatier, Ethel M Chocolates and Osteria Fiorella.

2. Bacon

Bacon is salt-cured pork. It usually comes from the belly or back cuts of a pig and can be used as a side dish or as an ingredient to flavor other dishes. It is often served with eggs for a complete breakfast meal. Bacon is usually fried in a pan on the stove, but can also be microwaved. Another popular traditional use is with a Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato (BLT) sandwich.

The most popular places to try out Bacon are Bacon Bar and Truffles N Bacon Cafe.

3. Noodles

Originating centuries ago in several parts of the globe, the noodle is a classic base for many dishes from almost every culture. Flour and egg are blended into a paste, stretched and kneaded, then pulled, pressed, or rolled into any of a countless variety of shapes. These pieces are boiled and combined with other ingredients to produce many different dishes.

The most popular places to try out Noodles are Dagu Rice Noodle, Shang Artisan Noodle and Ramen Noodle - Authentic Japanese Restaurant in Las Vegas.

4. Cannoli

A cannoli is an Italian pastry that consists of dough stuffed with a creamy sweet filling that usually contains ricotta cheese. This filling sometimes blends cinnamon and small chocolate chips with the ricotta. For additional flavor one end of the cannoli is sometimes dipped in mini chocolate chips and the entire pastry is coated with powdered sugar.

The most popular places to try out Cannoli are Espressamente Illy and Carlo's Bakery.

5. Banana Cream Pie

The best banana cream pies are made from scratch with a super flaky pie crust. The crust is filled with layers of bananas and either the rich custard or pudding. Top it all off with fresh whipped cream and you have yourself a simple but luscious dessert that's hard for anyone to resist.

The most popular places to try out Banana Cream Pie are Jerry's Famous Coffee Shop, Unbottonpies and Kneaders Bakery & Cafe.

6. Chicken French Dip

The Chicken French Dip is the poultry version of the classic beef based French Dip sandwich. While the French Dip is made with sliced roast beef, The Chicken French Dip is made with sliced or shredded chicken, grilled or made in a slow cooker. The meat is piled on a French roll or baguette and topped with cheese. This savory sandwich is served with a side of beef or chicken broth Au Jus for dipping.

The most popular places to try out Chicken French Dip are Schlotzsky's, Bardo T Brassier and Therapy.

7. Foie Gras Cotton Candy

Cotton candy is made from spun sugar and resembles cotton. It is made by heating and liquefying sugar, spinning it centrifugally through small holes which cools the sugar rapidly and turns it into fine strands. Usually, small amounts of food coloring or flavoring are added. Cotton candy is a favorite at fairs, circuses, carnivals and festivals. It is served in a plastic bag, on a stick or paper cone.

The most popular places to try out Foie Gras Cotton Candy are Bazaar Meat by José Andrés and Pamplemousse le Restaurant.

8. Lasagna

Lasagna is a traditional dish from Bologna in Northern Italy. Sheets of pasta with spinach mixed into it were layered with Bolognese ragu and bechamel sauce, then baken in an oven. Today's lasagna (the plural form of lasagna) vary widely in selection of cheeses, vegetables, and meats, and typically use a tomato sauce. Oregano, garlic, and basil are commonly used spices.

The most popular places to try out Lasagna are Carrabba's Italian Grill, Pasta Mia West and Sinatra.

9. Maine-Style Lobster Roll

Hailing from New England, and also popular in the New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island provinces of Canada, these sandwiches of lobster meat are usually served on a hot dog type bun that is grilled. The ingredients usually contain butter, lemon juice, salt and black pepper. In New England the butter is often replaced with mayonnaise. Typical side dishes include potato chips and french fries.

The most popular places to try out Maine-Style Lobster Roll are Luke's Lobster Las Vegas and Sawaddee Thai Restaurant.

10. Pastas

Pasta is synonymous with Italy and there is no shortage of dishes to showcase this versatile food. It is typically made from an unleavened wheat flour dough mixed with eggs or just water. This dough can then be transformed in sheets, strips and many other shapes to form types of pasta like bowties, rigatoni and penne. A sauce usually accompanies the pasta and ca be alfredo, marinara or pesto.

The most popular places to try out Pastas are Chef Marc's Trattoria and Carmine's Italian Restaurant.

11. Ricotta

Literally meaning "recooked", Ricotta is a soft, creamy, slightly sweet white cheese made from cow, sheep, goat or Italian water buffalo whey left from making other cheeses. It is made with a mixture of heat and acid by coagulating the albumen and globulin proteins left over after other cheese is made. The whey is heated, cooled and passed through a fine cloth, leaving the curd behind.

The most popular places to try out Ricotta are Grimaldi's Pizzeria, Secret Pizza and Osteria Fiorella.

12. Chinatown Clams

The word clam, a common name for different varieties of bivalve molluscs, generally refers to those that are edible. Clams spend most of their lives buried in seafloor or riverbed sand. There are both freshwater and saltwater clams. A common way to eat clams, like in the Chinatown of Las Vegas, is to mx them with spaghetti.

The most popular places to try out Chinatown Clams are H.K. Seafood Garden, Joyful House Chinese Cuisine and China Mama.

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