Everyone loves to eat at the restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip, but eating at the top spots can be well over $100 per person.
If you’re trying to visit Sin City on a budget, you don’t have to stick to eating in hotel food courts.
We searched the Las Vegas Strip to find the best cheap dinners on the Vegas strip to help save you money.
Enjoy the list below…
9 Places to Get Cheap Dinner on the Vegas Strip
Yes! You can eat at a celebrity chef restaurant in Las Vegas on the cheap! Gordon Ramsay is one of the most well-known chefs in the world and owns several restaurants on the Las Vegas strip, but Fish and Chips is one where you don’t have to break the bank to enjoy a super delicious meal.
Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips is a fast-casual, English street-food-inspired restaurant that offers other fried seafood, chicken, sausage, and more for around $20 per person.
You’ll find this restaurant at The Linq Promenade near the High Roller Observation Wheel.
No reservations are accepted here and lines can be expected, but they move fast!
The shops at Mandalay Bay offer great shopping and even better pizza! Slice of Vegas offers New-York style pizza, handmade pasta, salads, and sandwiches for everyone – even if you have special dietary needs.
There’s even a full vegan menu! The relaxed atmosphere includes a jukebox, television screens for sports viewing, and a full bar with specialty cocktails.
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Grab an appetizer like calamari or buffalo cauliflower bites, then feast on a specialty pizza such as chicken parm pizza, hangover pizza, or Il Mangino. You’ll be able to dine for less than $50 per couple easily!
When you’re looking for cheap Italian on the Las Vegas strip, Mandalay Bay’s Slice of Vegas is perfect!
The Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is known for having some of the best shopping in the world. What you might not realize is the awesome seafood you can find at an affordable price.
Ocean One Bar & Grill serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner; and has a wide range of prices for every budget. These factors make Ocean One of the busiest restaurant in Las Vegas.
Ocean One has a great cocktail special–3 for 1 and $10 all day every day, and everything on the menu is $4.99! Yes, that’s less than five dollars per item!
Make sure to try the penne pasta, island salmon salad, or a half pound sirloin burger. With sandwiches, entrees, and appetizers less than $5 each, you can try multiple items and stretch your belt instead of your wallet!
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The Peppermill is one of the most iconic restaurants on the Vegas Strip, having a home there since the 1970s.
The restaurant stands alone just north of the Venetian, near Resorts World. The interior is still old-school Vegas and the menu features dinner items at a range of prices from cheap to expensive.
The Peppermill Burger is always a great go-to dinner choice that will taste delicious and fill you up. Two can dine for less than $50, but if you’ve got a little more to splurge with one night, grab a steak or Duroc Pork Chop.
This late-night spot is a well-known after-hours sandwich shop inside Planet Hollywood.
The artisan sandwiches prepared fresh to order will fill you up and help you avoid a hangover in the morning! There are also locations at Fashion Show Mall and Palms Casino. The Planet Hollywood location is 24 hours!
Try the Holiday Turkey for warm comfort food, or the Vegan Cannonballs–a vegan meatless meatball sub! There are a few different veggie options, wraps, artisan soups, and salads as well as a cheap kids menu.
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Although you won’t find typical cheap food court dining at the Famous Foods Street Eats, dining at the court is still more affordable than the typical Las Vegas restaurant.
Famous Foods is found in newer casino Resorts World and features street food style food with a heavy Asian influence. All of the food is ordered via touch screen kiosk and picked up via counter service.
There are 18 different pan-Asian eateries that make up Famous Foods. Most of the eateries serve Asian food with a twist such as Blood Bros. BBQ which creates a fusion between Chinese and Vietnamese dishes and Texas barbeque favorites.
There’s also the Center Bar where patrons can enjoy self-pour beer on tap.
When you want to have a little fun with your dinner, Topgolf at MGM Grand is a great option for cheap eats. The Topgolf facility is just outside of the hotel and diners have the option of renting a bay for food and putting, or enjoying time at the bar.
Some of the fan favorites at Top Golf are The Jumbo Pretzel Board which has meats, cheese, fruits, nuts and more stuffed inside a soft pretzel; as well as the short rib tacos, a variety of vegetarian options, and gluten-free substitutes.
Mandalay Bay is home to a great celebrity chef duo Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger who opened BBQ Mexicana. The Mexican-inspired cuisine is perfect for after a late show or at the end of the day following a long convention.
The burnt ends burrito is a favorite at Mandalay Bay’s BBQ Mexicana and the sister location at Allegiant Stadium.
BBQ Mexicana usually has a line but you can skip the wait by ordering online. There are meatless options and plenty of choices for less than $15.
Right in the middle of the strip at Planet Hollywood, Cafe Hollywood is a retro-themed diner that is open 24 hours.
The menu features a variety of food inspired by Asian, American, and Italian dishes. The cafe is the perfect spot for breakfast no matter what time of day you are hungry and most of the dishes are less than $20.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, Cafe Hollywood is known for their dessert jars served in huge mason jars. Brownie Cheesecake Star, Key Lime Star, and Banana Pudding Star Jars are some of the top desserts. Milkshakes are another big hit!
These top ten cheap dinner options on the Las Vegas Strip will ensure you can eat well and eat cheap during your entire trip!