No need to make a trip across the pond — there are plenty of places to find British food in Las Vegas. In a city where Gordon Ramsay has five restaurants (two of which specialize in British fare), it’s easy to find fish and chips, bangers and mash, shepherd’s pie, and pints of imported beer to wash it all down. From the aforementioned acclaimed celebrity spots to locally loved pubs, these British restaurants are worth visiting.Read More
Where to Find Shepherd’s Pie, Bangers and Mash, and More British Food in Las Vegas
Fish and chips, mushy peas, and more await
1. The Smashed Pig
Occupying prime real estate in buzzy Fremont East, The Smashed Pig is a cozy Downtown Las Vegas gastropub known for its PBR-battered fish and chips served with homemade tartar sauce. The menu also includes deviled eggs, burgers, salads, bangers and mash plus beer, wine and cocktails.
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2. Cornish Pasty Co.
Situated at the gateway to the Arts District is Cornish Pasty Co. Originally founded in Tempe, Arizona, by Cornwall-transplant Dean Thomas, this restaurant serves pasties until 2 a.m. most nights. Diners can order a wide variety of classic, signature and vegan pasties including a bangers and mash variety, a chicken pot pie pasty, and a veggie chicken tikka masala pasty. Garlic mashed potatoes with cheese and mushy peas make perfect accompaniments to these flaky-crusted namesake menu items.
3. Royal Britannia Gastropub
Nestled within the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian, this Las Vegas Strip pub is home to a charming patio within the resort’s faux-Italian village. After a day of shopping, diners can drop in for half-off drinks from 4 to 6 p.m. and then stay for British pub far. The menu includes Scotch eggs, Welsh beef and rarebit, fish and chips, plus chicken and mushroom pot pie.
4. Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips
The most casual Las Vegas restaurant offering from Gordon Ramsay is Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips at the Linq Promenade. Diners wandering the brick-lined street that leads to the High Roller can stop in for fish and chips, shrimp and chips, sausage and chips, plus sticky toffee pudding pops, Biscoff shakes, and spiked peach ginger lemonade. Meals here are designed to be enjoyed on the go, and there’s nothing like strolling around the Linq Promenade with fish and chips in hand.
5. Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill
Outfitted with British flags, red telephone booth-inspired decor, and photos of Gordon Ramsay himself, this pub and grill is perfect for casual pre-show drinks and dinner or a lingering meal over Ramsay’s famous beef Wellington. Located at Caesars Palace, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill offers corned beef poutine, butter chicken curry, steak and ale pie, plus local Las Vegas beer, imported UK selections, and specialty gin and tonics.
6. Village Pub & Cafe
A Las Vegas institution since 1968, Village Pub now offers 13 locations all over Las Vegas. Fish and chips here are prepared with Icelandic cod and Ellis Island Brewery beer batter. There’s also pot pie, stuffed potato skins, soup, salad, and all-day breakfast.
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7. Crown & Anchor British Pub
Las Vegas locals love this 24-hour British pub, which is known for its bottomless fish and chips nights every Monday, raucous World Cup events, and wide selection of UK ciders and beers served in 20-ounce English pint glasses. With two locations in Las Vegas, Crown & Anchor offers a full menu of British favorites including sausage rolls, Yorkshire pudding, bangers and mash, and steak and kidney pie.
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8. Robert Irvine's Public House
A gastropub with British influences inside a Miami-inspired hotel? Only in Vegas. Robert Irvine’s Public House at Tropicana features elevated pub fare from the host of Restaurant Impossible. The all-day menu offers a creative take on fish and chips that includes feta, bacon, and curry aioli. Also on the menu is shepherd’s pie, short ribs and Guinness pie, and English banoffee served with espresso ice cream.