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10 Great French Restaurants in Las Vegas Hotels

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Bellagio - Le Cirque

Bellagio Hotel and CasinoThe Bellagio Hotel and Casino is home to many fine restaurants and if you are in the mode for French cuisine then Le Cirque is an excellent choice. The restaurant has won numerous AAA five diamond awards and features classic and modern dishes as well as a great wine list. The menu includes: Carnarolli Risotto, Braised Veal Cheeks, and Burgundy Snails.

Paris - Le Creperie

Paris Las VegasIf you love crepes, then Le Creperie located at Paris Las Vegas is for you. The restaurant offers a quick and tasty bite to eat for guests who are shopping between Bally's and Paris. The crepes available include: Chocolate Cherry, Tomato Mozzarella, and Blueberry Lemon.

Palms - Alize

Palms Casino ResortOne of the best French restaurants off the strip is Alize at the Palms Casino Resort. The Alize offers one of the best views of Las Vegas as well as a massive 1,200 plus selections, wine list. Popular dishes include: Curried Lobster Bisque, Veal Wellington, and Tea Smoked Duck Breast.

Venetian - Bouchon

Venetian Las VegasThe Venetian Las Vegas is home to one of the best modern French restaurants with its Bouchon. Though the restaurant offers many excellent dining options, the most popular meal is its Sunday Brunch which you will need to make reservations for if you wish to try it for yourself. The menu includes: Omelette Du Jour, Saumon Fume, and Poulet et des Gaufres.

MGM Grand - Joel Robuchon Restaurant

 MGM Grand

MGM Grand has not only one of the best French restaurants with its Joel Robuchon Restaurant, but one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas. With so many great options your best bet; if you have the money for it, is to try the 18 course degustation meal. Other menu items include: Black Truffle Tart, Carpaccio of Foie Gras, and Frog Leg Fritters.

Bellagio - Picasso

Bellagio Hotel and CasinoThough not solely a French restaurant; it serves Spanish cuisine as well, Picasso located in the Bellagio Hotel and Casino offers some of the best French cuisine in Las Vegas. If the food and wine options aren't enough to get you to make reservations; there is also a collection of masterpieces the restaurants namesake for diners to enjoy. The menu includes: Warm Quail Salad, Roasted Pigeon, and Sauteed Medallions of Fallow Deer.

Caesar's Palace - Restaurant Guy Savoy

Caesar’s Palace

Caesar’s Palace is home to one of the most awarded restaurants on The Strip with its Restaurant Guy Savoy. The restaurant offers many of the famed chef's favorites as well an innovation menu for those wishing to expand their palate. Choices include: Red Mullet, Air Bread Quince, and Salmon Iceberg.

Mandarin Oriental - Twist by Pierre Gagnaire

 Mandarin Oriental Las VegasPerhaps the most innovative restaurant on the list is Twist by Pierre Gagnaire located on the 23rd floor of the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas. The restaurant also boasts one of the most stunning interiors to enjoy as you dine on your meal. The menu includes: Mushroom Bouillon, Smoked Haddock With Scallop Souffle, and Nigerian Tandoori Prawns.

Paris - Mon Ami Gabi

Paris Las VegasIt's not surprising that Paris Las Vegas offers as close to a Paris, France dining experience possible with its Mon Ami Gabi. Diners can people watch as they eat at the open air patio similar to the many cafes in Paris. Popular items include: Chicken Liver Mousse Pate, Trout Almondine, and Vegetable Tagine.

Aria - Bardot Brasserie

Aria Las VegasFor those who like French comfort foods then Bardot Brasserie at the Aria Las Vegas is a perfect choice. The restaurant offers classic dishes as well as modern flavors and an excellent wine list. The menu includes: Duck Wings a L'Orange, Sole Meuniere, and King Crab Crepe.


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