At any time of the day or the night, you will always find a restaurant open in Las Vegas. The hotel offers a choice of 9 restaurants: Vietnamese, Japanese, Kosher, Asian, Steakhouse, Pizza, Exotic and more. If what you want is to eat a lot for very little, the buffet is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's like being at the market; you go from stall to stall and pick from the variety of salads, pizzas, sushi, spicy food, grilled meat, fish, and pasta on offer. If you want a little more intimacy though, head for the steakhouse. In a old-school French bistro setting, you will enjoy delicately prepared meat and fish dishes. You can also change continent and go to the Japanese restaurant, the Khotan, where you will particularly appreciate the fact that it is quite far from the casino. Here, you can enjoy your meal in peace and quiet without the incessant sound of one-armed bandits and gamblers darting around the place. Its decor is particularly sophisticated too, mixing as it does dark and red wood. Indeed, it offers a tasteful blend of Asian Zen style (bamboo, bird cages) and modernity, with stainless steel drawers and large iron fans hanging from the ceiling. There are also lots of little rooms that offer couples the opportunity to enjoy an intimate meal.A detail that is very important for Americans, but maybe less so for others, is the presence of a television in every restaurant.