Satisfy your appetite at these 10 French restaurants in Las Vegas


Beef bourguignon. Bouillabaisse. Cassoulet. French cuisine can seem a bit fancy and things like frog legs and snails can certainly be intimidating. But don’t let that stop you from enjoying a great French meal while you’re in Las Vegas. While you can find some very strange things on the menus, you will also find more familiar things like mouthwatering steaks and roast chicken.

French cuisine is considered to be some of the best in the world and Las Vegas is home to restaurants from some of the best French chefs in the world. So go ahead and try one of these restaurants. Here are 10 of our favorite French places in Las Vegas. Enjoy your lunch!

Bouchon, photo courtesy of The Venetian.

Venetian stopper: Cork, by world-renowned chef Thomas Keller, serves French bistro classics. The restaurant has an elegant main dining room reminiscent of something you would see in Paris and a lovely outdoor patio.

At breakfast you will find pastries such as croissants and pain au chocolat. Other items on the menu include egg dishes, quiches, and sourdough waffles – that’s basically French for delicious waffles. They are garnished with fresh berries, maple syrup and Tahitian vanilla butter.

At dinner you can select items from a raw seafood bar like oysters, mussels and clams. You’ll also find classic French fare like cheese platters, steak fries, roast chicken, leg of lamb, and white pudding – a white sausage with mashed potatoes and dried French plums.

Our advice: stop at the Bouchon bakery on your way out and stock up on these pastries.

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Joël Robuchon at MGM Grand.

Joël Robuchon at MGM Grand: This restaurant is a three Michelin star establishment and has won the AAA Five Diamond award, among other accolades. Leader, Joel Robuchon, was named Chef de France of the Century by the famous gastronomic guide Gault Millau. If you need more conviction to dine here, this is the only Robuchon restaurant in the US, so you know it’s special.

Customers can enjoy a tasting menu or choose from several fixed price menus. The dishes change with the seasons, but you might find things like truffled langoustine ravioli, free range chicken and foie gras, and caramelized black cod. Save room between dishes for the cheese cart and bread cart selections, and indulge in the sweets cart at the end of your meal. He is loaded with heavenly sweets.

My Friend Gabi in Paris Las Vegas.

My Friend Gabi in Paris Las Vegas.

My Friend Gabi in Paris Las Vegas: Enter Mon Ami Gabi and you will feel like in a real French bistro. The restaurant has a dark and romantic dining area, a bright and sunny atrium, and an outdoor patio that could be mistaken for a sidewalk cafe in Paris.

The patio is definitely where you want to be. You’ll be seated in the shadow of the hotel’s fake Eiffel Tower, gazing out at the Bellagio fountains across the street and participating in some of the best people-watching on the Strip.

We love brunch at My friend Gabi where you can taste French pastries, waffles, pancakes, Lorraine quiches and more. Build your own Bloody Mary or sip on a “Frangria”, which is a French sangria with frozen Beaujolais, Grand Marnier, fruit and rosemary. If you’re having lunch or dinner, don’t forget to try appetizers like baked goat cheese served with warm garlic and herb bread or au gratin onion soup.

Mon Ami Gabi serves a variety of steak frites with a choice of toppings including merlot butter, red wine sauce, blue cheese sauce, and pepper and brandy sauce.

André is in Monte-Carlo.

André is in Monte-Carlo.

André in Monte-Carlo: Chef André Rochat is a pioneer in the Las Vegas culinary industry. In 1980, he introduced the city to his first independent dining experience when he bought a 1930s house downtown and turned it into his eponymous restaurant. In 1997, Rochat expanded with a second establishment, André’s Restaurant and Lounge in Monte Carlo. André’s has been recognized by the Michelin Guide with one star.

You can choose from à la carte or tasting menus and taste dishes such as pork rillettes, onion soup, foie gras terrine, frog legs, Thermidor lobster from Maine, seared duck breast , a roast chicken breast and André’s famous Dover sole. It arrives fresh from France every week. It doesn’t get any more authentic than that.

Brasserie Bardot, photo courtesy of Michael Mina.

Brasserie Bardot, photo courtesy of Michael Mina.

Brasserie Bardot in Aria: Join Michael Mina Bardot Brewery one has the impression of entering a Parisian cafe. But it’s the food that really makes you feel like you’re in the City of Lights. Mina has taken the classics of the French brasserie and revisited them. The result is one of the most authentic and flavorful Parisian cuisines in Las Vegas.

It’s definitely worth ordering a few appetizers to start. Snail fans will be blown away by Bardot’s version. Each snail is individually wrapped in a delicate puff pastry. Other options include a foie gras crème fraîche with ruby ​​port jelly on top and bone marrow over the fire.

It can be difficult to choose between the entrees, but we have a few suggestions. Parisian gnocchi are perfectly prepared and served with wild mushrooms, goat cheese and roasted garlic.

The sautéed skate wing (a sweet white fish) is served with mashed wood-roasted cauliflower, brown caper butter and lemon with a side of kale that would change the minds of anyone who hates it. kale.

The French know how to make dessert, so be sure to try the giant chocolate macaroon at the end of your meal. You can thank us later.

Guy Savoy Restaurant at Caesars Palace.

Guy Savoy Restaurant at Caesars Palace.

Guy Savoy Restaurant at Caesars Palace: If you are looking for fine French cuisine, there is nothing better than this. Guy Savoie is a two Michelin star restaurant with a menu that emulates the chef’s Parisian restaurant.

The Las Vegas menu features many of the chef’s classics, including his famous artichoke and black truffle soup and grilled mushroom brioche with black truffle butter. Other items include caviar, lobster, sea bass, and veal.

If you really want to be extravagant, dine at Krug Chef’s Table in the United States. It’s a six-seater table with a view of the kitchen. The guests benefit from a tasting menu accompanied by the prestige cuvée champagnes of Krug.

The Circus in Bellagio.

The Circus in Bellagio.

The Circus in Bellagio: The Circus has been an AAA Five Diamond rated restaurant for 13 years. It should tell you how good it is. The restaurant, by restaurateur Sirio Maccioni, overlooks the Bellagio fountains and serves classic French cuisine.

Start with Burgundy snails in black garlic herb butter, move on to roast chicken with black truffles and finish your meal with a soufflé or crème brûlée.

Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, photo courtesy of Mandarin Oriental.

Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, photo courtesy of Mandarin Oriental.

Twist at Mandarin Oriental: Twist is the only place in the United States where you can sample the cuisine of celebrity chef Pierre Gagnaire. The restaurant, located on the 23rd floor of the Mandarin Oriental, has won the Forbes Five Star Award and serves classic French cuisine with a contemporary twist.

Open only for dinner, Turn offers guests the choice of seasonal à la carte dishes, a three-course tasting menu or a sumptuous six-course dining experience.

While the menu changes seasonally, dishes can include grilled French turbot fillet, foie gras, langoustine, and venison. For desserts, the apple tart and the mille-feuille, a delicate puff pastry.

Eiffel Tower restaurant in Paris Las Vegas.

Eiffel Tower restaurant in Paris Las Vegas.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant in Paris Las Vegas: What could be more French than to dine in a replica of the Eiffel Tower? The views are spectacular from the floor-to-ceiling windows of this restaurant 100 feet above the Strip. This is the place you want to go for a date or a special occasion.

Chef J. Joho serves French classics like pancakes, a foie gras tea towel, Muscavoy duck breast, roast rack of lamb and venison in a charred spice crust. You can choose between a tasting menu or an à la carte option.

db Brasserie, photo courtesy of The Venetian.

db Brasserie, photo courtesy of The Venetian.

db Brasserie at the Venetian: Celebrity chef Daniel Boulud serves contemporary French cuisine with some American touches in his Venetian brasserie.

Classic French dishes include foie gras terrine, mushroom velouté, onion soup, salmon rillettes, snails and Bourguignon country pâté. Starters include fried steaks, seared scallops, crispy duck confit and coq au vin.

If that’s a bit too much for you, don’t worry, Boulud’s signature burgers are also on the menu. But at least get one with a French twist. We love The Frenchie – beef patty, morbier, Dijon mustard, tomato-onion compote pork belly, arugula, black pepper bread and fries.

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