Restaurant Review: Bar Zazu (Las Vegas)

by Anthony Losanno
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While we were in Las Vegas a few weeks ago, we had dinner at Bar Zazu. It’s a fun spot with live music and the restaurant offered huge portions of delicious food. Bar Zazu is within Resorts World (where you’ll find Crockfords Las Vegas, the Conrad Las Vegas, and the Las Vegas Hilton.

Anthony’s Take: We loved the live music and the fun vibe of Bar Zazu. We were also impressed by the size of the portions and the great service during our meal. We made reservations, but it was not too busy on a Monday night.

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Decor & Vibe

The restaurant is dark and playful with a supper club vibe. A stage up front has a rotating group of musicians performing on any given night.

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A host stand is out front and we were quickly seated after checking in.

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There is a bar if you can’t get a table.

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Pictures around the restaurant move during your meal with some whimsical images filling the frames.

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The menu is not that large, but everything we tasted was excellent. There is a decent mix of starters, pizza, and mains.

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We started with the Fritto Misto. This was not the usual calamari and featured crispy shrimp, cauliflower, zucchini, and pepperoncini.

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Our other starter was the Arancini. It was loaded with truffle flavor.

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We then split the Roasted Prime Rib Sandwich and the Mahon Mac & Cheese. Both were delicious and the sandwich was more than enough for the two of us.

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Bar Zazu offers a full bar, cocktail menu, and wine list. We both had Sangria Rojo.

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Overall Impression:

The food, service, and atmosphere were all worth the visit. This is a great spot in Resorts World and one of the more affordable options.

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JRG March 31, 2024 - 9:22 am

Not sure it’s that “affordable,” but it is Las Vegas and that’s the way things are priced now……

Christian March 31, 2024 - 10:42 pm


Nice place and looks fun but affordable is a bit more subjective.


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