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Las Vegas is filled with an incredible collection of fine restaurants, many from well-known celebrity chefs. Food enthusiasts may have a hard time deciding where to eat, considering the acclaimed and most expensive restaurants in Las Vegas. Fine dining in the town has become a reason in itself to visit the city. French cuisine is well represented among the best Las Vegas restaurants, which is unsurprising given its influence on gourmet food.
Joel Robuchon restaurant at MGM Grand hotel | Las Vegas essential restaurant
Joel Robuchon’s namesake restaurant in Las Vegas gives diners a chance to experience the chef’s renown traditional French cuisine in a setting reminiscent of a luxurious 1930s Art Deco townhouse. Purple velvet laces the booths’ upholstery as onyx tables creates space between the crème dining chairs. A dazzling chandelier hangs in the center of the room, and a grand fireplace adorns the back wall. An intimate garden terrace complete with lush landscaping and marble floors lingers just outside of the main dining room, inviting guests to spend the evening in a faux al-fresco setting.
A meal here is an elaborate event–and a splurge. Guests can enjoy a lavish reception area, elegant main dining room, landscaped garden-designed dining room and intimate bar. The tasting menus and the a la carte offerings showcase precise portions of perfect French Nouvelle cuisine, using only the finest meats, seafood and produce available.
Twist at Mandarin Oriental Hotel by Pierre Gagnaire
Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, is the only venue in the US where you can experience the extraordinary cuisine of Chef Pierre Gagnaire. Owner of several highly-acclaimed restaurants around the world, Chef Gagnaire has garnered three Michelin stars for his eponymous restaurant in Paris. Located on the 23rd floor, and after walking down a candlelit hallway with black marble floors, you’ll see Twist by Pierre Gagnaire’s signature motif of a cracked eggshell in the mural on the wall.
The space feels sleek and slightly futuristic, without being ostentatious; 300 orbs dangle from the ceiling to light the dining room, creating an almost champagne-like look. More lights twinkle outside the room: walls are made of rich marble, but one features floor-to-ceiling windows that look northeast out on to the Las Vegas Strip. The stunning dining room area provides the perfect backdrop for Twist’s groundbreaking menu of classic French cuisine with a contemporary edge.
One of Las Vegas’s most buzzed about hotels, Bellagio hosts Le Cirque, an award-winning French restaurant. The upscale atmosphere is what you’d expect from the grand Las Vegas property – bold and extravagant. A five-course Dégustation Menu is second to the Menu Prestige, which serves 10 courses of dishes like foie gras, gold crusted quail and diver scallop. The award-winning food is enhanced by a coveted wine selection, attentive service and an elegant yet playful circus-themed interior – more than 900 international selections are on offer at Le Cirque. Designed by Adam D. Tihany, the vibrant colors adorning the dining room combined with the exquisite cuisine come seamlessly together to amuse guests’ eyes as well as their taste buds.
Guy Savoy at Caesar Palace
Chef Guy Savoy has his only United States restaurant in Las Vegas, the eponymous Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace. Recipient of several culinary awards and accolades, the chef’s Las Vegas restaurant is a must-do destination for many food enthusiasts. The Jean-Michel Wilmotte-designed dining room is a near replica of the original restaurant in Paris — the obvious difference is the Caesars Palace ceilings are much higher. The Cognac Lounge to the left of the entrance is cozy with a fireplace and low-seated couches. Deep-colored wood lattices frame the 75-seat dining room, while a private dining room in the back can accommodate up to 35 guests. Step out on to the enclosed terrace to take in the sights of the Las Vegas Strip — it seems only appropriate that you should be able to see the Eiffel Tower of Paris Las Vegas proudly sparkling across the street.
É by Jose Andres at Cosmopolitan Hotel
Noted Chef Jose Andres – famous for his Michelin starred Washington DC restaurant Minibar – is at the helm of a few successful restaurants in Las Vegas, but his intimate, eight-seat restaurant, É , offers an up-close and personal epicurean experience. The amazing tasting menu is filled with dishes unlike anything you’ve had (or seen) before. Think edible trees, foie gras and jam. The dishes can be whimsical, but are always bursting with incredible flavors. Chef Andres combines Spanish food with inventive techniques popularly known as molecular gastronomy (although Chef Andres is famously opposed to that term) to create the memorable dishes.
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