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Dining On A Budget: 25 Meals Under $25 In Vegas

Last updated: March 25, 2019 at 1:07 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. Comments Off on Dining On A Budget: 25 Meals Under $25 In Vegas.

Sure, it can be easy to break the bank on dining in Las Vegas, but you don’t have to. If tasting menus, gourmet restaurants and chef’s tables aren’t in your budget, don’t worry. Las Vegas has tons of dining options no matter how much you’re looking to spend.

If you’d rather save some of that money in your wallet for shows and shopping, we’ve come up with a list of places to eat that’ll keep your budget on track. Here are 25 meals to eat in Vegas under $25.

Cheap Eats Vegas- Pronto by Giada offers coffee and sandwiches that don't break the bank

Pronto by Giada sandwiches. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Pronto by Giada

Pronto by Giada is celeb chef Giada De Laurentiis’ new fast casual restaurant at Caesars Palace. The restaurant serves a variety of delectable sandwiches, salads, soups and dessert. Try Giada’s signature mufaletta sandwich with marinated salumi, olive tapenade and provolone picante for $15. Pair it with a side of antipasto pasta salad for $5.

The Halal Guys combo platters are a great deal for cheap eats in Vegas

The Halal Guys platters. Photo courtesy of The Halal Guys.

The Halal Guys

Legendary New York City staple The Halal Guys recently opened in the Forum Food Court at Caesars Palace and you can grab a plate of their delicious Mediterranean food for a great price. We suggest a combo platter piled high with chicken and beef gyro meat, rice, chopped tomato, lettuce and pita for $11.99. Be sure to get the famous white sauce on top. You can even order a side of creamy hummus and still stay well within your budget.

Pesto chicken sandwich from Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill is an affordable option on the Vegas Strip

Pesto chicken sandwich at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay serves elevated British pub food at his Pub & Grill inside Caesars Palace. If you want to stay under $25, we suggest a sandwich like the pesto chicken sandwich with oven roasted tomatoes, peppers, caramelized onions, watercress, pistachio, provolone and toasted zucchini bread for $20. The sandwich is served with kettle chips.

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Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles from Beijing Noodle No. 9

Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles at Beijing Noodle No. 9. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Beijing Noodle No. 9

This authentic Chinese restaurant at Caesars Palace serves a wide variety of affordable food but they are known for their handmade noodles. Enjoy Dan Dan noodles with minced pork and numbing spicy sauce for $12.99.

If you're looking for a hearty breakfast head to Cafe Americano for $22

Cafe Americano breakfast. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Café Americano

If you’re looking for a big, hearty breakfast, head to Café Americano at Caesars Palace for the All American Breakfast for $22. Enjoy your choice of applewood smoked bacon, sausage or country ham steak, three eggs any style, home fries or hash browns and a choice of toast.

Mon Ami Gabi

Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas is a popular spot with a Parisian sidewalk café atmosphere. Be sure to grab a table out on the patio overlooking the Strip. You can get a French classic, trout almondine with brown butter, lemon and French green beans for $22.95.

You won't break the bank with this great sandwich- Croque Madame at Le Café Ile St. Louis at Paris Las Vegas

Croque Madame sandwich at Le Café Ile St. Louis. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Le Café Ile St. Louis

If you want another meal with French flair, check out Le Café Ile St. Louis at Paris Las Vegas. We love the popular French croque madame sandwich with Parisian ham, emmenthal cheese, mornay sauce, a sunny side up egg and frites for $16.

Carlos ‘n Charlie’s

Carlos ‘n Charlie’s is a fun, party bar and Mexican restaurant at Flamingo Las Vegas. If you want something to satisfy your hunger after a few margaritas, order a carne asada burrito for $18.50. The flour tortilla is filled with diced carne asada, cheddar and jack cheese and veggies. It’s served with a side of rice and refried beans.

Cheap eats in Vegas- Cheeseburger in Paradise from Margaritaville for only $15.49

Cheeseburger in Paradise. Photo courtesy of Margaritaville.

Margaritaville

Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville restaurant at Flamingo Las Vegas will make you feel like you’ve been whisked away to the islands. While you’re there, get a Cheeseburger in Paradise for $15.49. The signature burger is topped with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles and paradise island sauce and is served with fries or a green salad.

SEA: The Thai Experience

Spice up your life with Thai food from SEA at Bally’s Las Vegas. Dig into the Bangkok Panang Curry for $22. The medium spicy curry is made with green beans, bell pepper and green peas with either chicken, shrimp, beef or tofu.

Order the Triple-decker burger at Wahlburgers, it will for sure satisfy your hunger

Triple-Decker Burger from Wahlburgers. Photo by Kristine McKenzie / Total Vegas Blog.

Wahlburgers

Celebrity brothers Paul and Mark Wahlberg opened their burger restaurant, Wahlburgers last year at The Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s Las Vegas. Fans know the restaurant from the Emmy-nominated reality show “Wahlburgers,” which airs on A&E. You don’t have to stop at just one burger. Get the Triple-Decker with three 3-ounce burgers, lettuce, tomato, onion, American cheese, Paul’s signature Wahl sauce and housemade pickles for $14.95. Add some tater tots for $4.25.

The Big Dipper sandwich at Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen + Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino

The Big Dipper sandwich at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar

Guy Fieri is known for creating over-the-top food and you can try it at his Vegas Kitchen + Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino. The Big Dipper Sandwich is $19.50 and is piled high with house-roasted top round, pepper jack cheese and crispy onions on a torpedo roll with creamy horseradish and au jus for dipping. The sandwich also comes with fries.

Cheap eats in Vegas at Chayo and order the Pork Torta at Chayo

Pork torta. Photo courtesy of Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar.

Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar

Satisfy your Mexican food cravings at Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar at The LINQ Promenade. Try a roasted pork torta with Romaine lettuce, chipotle mayo and pickled vegetables for $17.95. Add a side of either street corn or steak fries for $5.95 and still stay within budget.

Everyone loves pizza, Margherita pizza at Flour & Barley is a great deal

Margherita pizza at Flour & Barley. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Flour & Barley

Everyone loves pizza and you can get a great one at Flour & Barley at The LINQ Promenade for under $25. We like the margherita pizza with mozzarella, basil and San Marzano tomato sauce for $14. The lasagna pizza is another tasty choice with Bolognese sauce, mushroom, sausage and herbed ricotta cheese sauce for $17.50.

The brunch at Giada will not cost a fortune- Try the Salmon Benedict

Salmon Benedict at GIADA’s. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Giada Brunch

Looking for a good brunch dish that won’t cost a fortune? We love bruch at GIADA at The Cromwell. The salmon Benedict is a good choice for $19. It’s made with wilted spinach, piquillo peppers, Prosecco Hollandaise, poached eggs and toast.

At Eatwell everything is affordable, we recommend ordering the Chicken Rice Bowl

Chicken rice bowl at eatwell. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Eatwell

Eatwell at The Cromwell serves up tasty bites at a casual walk-up counter 24 hours a day. Everything here is tasty and affordable but we suggest a Latin rice bowl for $9. Steamed Jasmine rice is topped with chicken adobo or carnitas, pico, avocado and crema.

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All-American Bar & Grille

As the name suggests, you’ll find all of your favorite American food at this restaurant at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. You can find a filling dinner for $24 with the grilled chicken with herbed butter. It’s served with fire-roasted vegetables and a choice of mashed or baked potato.

Las Vegas Mexican dishes with flair- Drunken Fish Tacos at El Burro Borracho

Drunken fish tacos at Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho

Celebrity chef Guy Fieri serves Mexican dishes with his signature flair at his restaurant at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. You can get Drunken Fish Tacos for $18. They’re made with a la plancha Sonoran-style fish, spicy slaw, pickled red onion and cilantro on grilled corn tortillas.

Ringer Wings Pizza and Sliders

This restaurant at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is perfect for game-day fare. Try the garlic knot meatball sliders, which are two for $9. They’re made with meatball, fresh mozzarella, tomato sauce and Parmesan ranch. Add waffle fries for $3 and sit back and watch the game. Ringer is located adjacent to the hotel’s race and sports book.

Planet Hollywood Las Vegas- Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen Burger

The HELL’S KITCHEN Burger at Gordon Ramsay Burger. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Gordon Ramsay Burger

Sink your teeth into a gourmet burger from Gordon Ramsay. All of the burgers are tasty at Gordon Ramsay Burger inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, but why not go for the chef’s famous HELL’S KITCHEN Burger? For $17 you’ll get a fresh burger topped with asadero cheese, roasted jalapenos, avocado, roasted tomatoes and jalapeno aioli.

Yolo’s

For a tasty seafood option with Mexican flair, try the camarones a la diabla at Yolo’s inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino for $22.95. You’ll get sautéed Gulf shrimp tossed in spicy habanero cream sauce, served over Spanish rice with baby zucchini and carrots.

Try the Taiwanese style beef noodle soup for $17.88

Taiwanese style beef noodle soup at Yong Kang Street. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Yong Kang Street Dumpling & Noodle House

Yong Kang Street at Paris Las Vegas showcases the flavors of Taiwan, Hong Kong and China. Everything is made fresh and there’s a large variety to choose from. Try the Taiwanese style beef noodle soup for $17.88.

Martorano's spaghetti D.O.P. you can find at Paris Las Vegas

Martorano’s spaghetti D.O.P. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Martorano’s

Chef Steve Martorano serves Italian favorites with his old school East Coast flair at Paris Las Vegas. We love the Spaghetti D.O.P for $22. It’s cooked al dente and is made with San Marzano tomatoes, garlic, basil and D.O.C. Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill

Country crooner Toby Keith’s restaurant cooks up down-home Southern food favorites at Harrah’s Las Vegas. You can get a hearty meal like the Down Home Meatloaf for $19. The meatloaf includes ground beef, applewood smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, brown gravy and a choice of two sides. Sides include things like mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, mac & cheese, baked beans and more.

Fruity Pebble French Toast at Maxie's.

Fruity Pebble French Toast at Maxie’s. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Maxie’s

This diner at The LINQ Promenade serves all kind of hearty American food favorites. You can find lots of choices under $25. We love the Fruity Pebbles French Toast for a sweet breakfast for $15. This Fruity Pebbles-infused French Toast is topped with colored chocolate, Fruity Pebble cream cheese and whipped cream.

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Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Vegas.com. When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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