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This restaurant is well known for a variety of fresh seafood and outstanding steaks cooked to perfection. The frites are absolutely addictive. Choose to sit inside or relax outside on the patio overlooking Las Vegas Boulevard and the Bellagio Fountains. The decor makes you feel just like you are in a Parisian bistro. Don't miss the amazing desserts like the Creme Brulee and the Bananas Foster crepe. Food is reasonably priced with generous servings.
Quite possibly the most famous Sunday brunch in Las Vegas, this one is well worth the higher ticket price. This is not a typical buffet but a true champagne brunch. Drink all the bubbly you want but remember it is a long walk through the casino! Food items include quiche, seafood, omelets, carved prime rib, turkey and vegetables and all are exquisitely prepared and presented. Leave your belt in your hotel room because you will want to eat and eat and eat. It is located inside Bally's Hotel.
Dine with authentic Picasso paintings on the walls and enjoy an AAA Five Diamond Award Mediterranean dinner at the Bellagio. Master Chef Julian Serrano was the first Las Vegas chef to be honored with the James Beard Award title of "Best Chef, Southwest" and continues to wow diners with his ever-changing, fresh seasonal menus. There's even a vegetarian menu featuring items such as a fennel and celery root ravioli.
For the ultimate dining treat, put Le Cirque on your list. Overlooking the lake at theBellagio Resort, patrons book well in advance for the opportunity to sample the marvelous French cuisine. At Le Cirque, the dark, plush colors merged with the Maccioni Family circus themes accentuate this unique experience. In traditional gourmet style, the restaurant offers a five-course "Degustation," or tasting menu. The extensive wine list features more than 500 international choices.
Dining here is more like an intercontinental feast than a buffet. This buffet is more upscale than the average all-you-can eat buffet with sophisticated ambiance. Tastes from Italy, Japan, France, Mexico and America abound, and the freshest seafood and carved items are plentiful. Some of the standouts are the king crab legs, beef Wellington, pastas and sushi. The plethora of desserts are reason enough to go to the buffet. The Buffet restaurant remains open for breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the week.
Here is a great place for all you seafood aficionados out there. With a 160 foot long seafood buffet, Todai, at Planet Hollywood is truly a sensory feast. The buffet boasts over 40 varieties of beautifully presented seafood and sushi. The garden fresh salad bar features more than 15 dishes to suit every taste. The made to order corner here is a delight to the palate. Todai totally deserves its title 'Mother of Seafood Buffets'. Visit Todai for a gastronomic journey to Japan.
Le Cafe Ile St. Louis is located in the Paris Las Vegas and serves a variety of French and American inspired dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Open daily 24 hours, this cafe's sidewalk setting will let you people watch all day long with the comfort of air conditioning. Prices are not the cheapest in Vegas, but they're reasonable and the value is good. Also try from the interesting list of European coffees.
One of the best restaurants in Las Vegas for authentic French fare is the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Housed in the Eiffel Tower replica, the restaurant occupies the 11th story and is considered a jewel in the crown of the Paris Las Vegas hotel. Sumptuous French offerings served with hospitality to match is sure to linger in your memories forever. Traditional cold smoked salmon or foie gras torchon are delectable appetizers. Enjoy your food while watching the amazing views of the Strip!