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.
Serving authentic Japanese food made with only the freshest ingredients, Raku will make your Las Vegas dining experience memorable and enjoyable. The chefs at Raku use organic free-range chicken, charcoal shipped from Japan, and five different types of soy sauce, making for quality dishes that are as authentic as they are delicious. The Kobe beef here is a must-try, as is the agedashi tofu.
Bouchon is located in the middle section of the famous, or infamous, Las Vegas Strip. This is the Las Vegas branch of acclaimed Chef Thomas Keller's bistro-style restaurant in Yountville, California. Bouchon serves authentic French cuisine throughout the day, including steak frites, boudin blanc, roasted chicken, ile flottante and profiteroles. The decor is exquisite and the main dining room features high ceilings and beautiful flowers. Guests can also dine at the outdoor poolside patio.
Housed in the in Circus Circus casino, The Steakhouse has been awarded the title of the “Best Steakhouse in Las Vegas” for over 20 years for a good reason. Burgundy, dark wood and brass fixtures throughout the restaurant add to the rich interiors. Treat your palette to piping hot and juicy steaks like you have never eaten before! Try the Porterhouse steak and the petite filet mignon and you are sure to be back for more! Perfectly cooked mesquite-grilled steaks aged 21 days, lobsters, crab legs and a lot more is on the menu for seafood lovers.
For the ultimate dining treat, put Le Cirque on your list. Overlooking the lake at the Bellagio 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.
Voted Best Chinese Restaurant by Las Vegas Life Magazine's 2007 Epicurean Awards, Wing Lei is located within Wynn Las Vegas. The ambiance consists of 100 year old pomegranate trees, a Botero sculpture, and velvet, red, and gold accents. The food is a mélange of Cantonese, Shanghainese, and Szechuan cooking. If you are unsure of which dishes to order, try a 5 or 7 course prix fixe dinner.
A visit to this elegant restaurant takes you back in time to the 1930s, when the martinis were strong and glamor was essential. This plush restaurant is one of the fancier steakhouses in town, complete with marble floors, velvet drapes and soft lighting from a small lamp on each table. A huge wine list is offered and a full bar is seen as you enter the establishment. Superb seafood, steak and chicken dishes are standard menu items. It is located in the Bellagio Hotel.
Rub shoulders with some Hollywood biggies while you dine in style. Fix, nestled in the Bellagio, has a sophisticated, urban ambiance created by the Padauk wood surfaces and thoughtfully positioned diffused lights. One of the interesting features is the ceiling, which is put together with wooden planks. There are three distinctive menus to choose from: the Main Menu, the Sweet Fix and the Late Fix. Interesting dessert wines and other drinks including cocktails are available at the long bar.
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge has been wowing diners ever since its inception with its decadent contemporary and traditional Japanese fare. Set in the Bellagio Las Vegas, the kitchen helmed by chef Akira Back is an ode to his travels abroad which is reflected in their menu. Taking you through a delightful culinary journey, their dishes will tantalize your palate. Their bar headed by Yukiko Kawasaki has an impressive list of sake and wine that has been carefully curated to enhance your dining experience. With fantastic views worth boasting of, this chic eatery features wooden and stone elements as well as eclectic light fixtures which give it an ambient atmosphere.
This upscale steakhouse and seafood restaurant in Paris Las Vegas is celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay's first restaurant in Sin City. The large, contemporary restaurant has been a hit from the day it opened, particularly impressing diners and critics with its special beef aging program. The menu ranges from impeccably prepared steaks (as is expected of a steakhouse) and the freshest seafood to British staples like Shepherd's Pie and Beef Wellington.