Vegan friendly restaurants Las Vegas: Harvest at Bellagio
There are an abundance of vegan friendly restaurants in Las Vegas. In fact, our site lists hundreds of restaurants in Las Vegas with vegan options. One we’re particularly excited to feature is Harvest at Bellagio. One of the most vegan-friendly hotels in Las Vegas, Bellagio vegan options are a plenty.
Furthermore, when Harvest re-opened following the pandemic closure, it debuted some new vegan offerings courtesy of executive chef Isaiah Torres.
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“I approached the vegan menu in the way we do with all our food and that is to highlight the beautiful ingredients in each dish,” he says. “Along with the cuisine, we strive to provide our vegan guests with a seamless dining experience from beginning to end – one that truly shows the care, attention, and detail our team puts into the restaurant on a nightly basis.”
Vegan options at Harvest restaurant Las Vegas
What we love most about Harvest: the plant-forward dishes that celebrate fruit and veggies and their immense versatility.
There are three vegan appetizers at Harvest.
First, there’s the chopped veggie salad. This delightful, light salad features (you guessed it) chopped seasonal veggies with gem lettuce. It’s capped off with a flavorful mustard vin we loved so much Torres gave us the recipe to recreate it at home. Yes, it’s that good.
Next, is the flatbread. This Mediterranean flat bread comes topped with a roasted red pepper hummus, crispy shallots, confit radish and arugula. The dish is also one of our most favorite flatbreads we’ve tried.
Finally, there is tempura pickled vegetables. Unlike most tempura dishes, this one is vegan. It comes with a yuzu ponzu for dipping the farm fresh selection.
Entrees at Harvest
For entrees at the vegan friendly Las Vegas restaurant, there are three.
First, the bucatini pasta. This spicier pasta is filled with roasted eggplant, Taggiasca olives and Calabrian chili.
Then, there’s the dish you’ve probably seen all over the internet but have yet to try. Yes, Harvest has a watermelon steak. The savory melon comes with a stone fruit compote and is drizzled with an aged balsamic.
Of course, we saved the best dish for last. The roasted tandoor veggies is the stand-out on the menu. Rich veggies are complimented by a saffron basmati rice and cooled off with a creamy cucumber raita.
There are three vegan side dishes at Harvest. They offer a crushed potato with chives in an arbequina olive oil; roasted mushrooms in aged balsamic; and market veggies in a Calamansi citrus oil.
When we visited over the summer, Torres brought out an incredible strawberry shortcake. Be sure to ask if there is a vegan dessert when you visit.
3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, 89109; 702-693-8800; Tues. – Sat.: 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.