There are few things that will impress your date more than snagging reservations at one of the numerous French restaurants in Las Vegas.
Typically offering a high-end experience, many French restaurants in Vegas carry the name of celebrity chefs… and the associated inflated price tag.
For those craving a multi-course meal, or French cuisine in general, I figured it helpful to create a guide to French dining on the Strip.
For each restaurant, I’ll be sure to link to the menu so that you can easily compare options.
French Restaurants on the Strip
Picasso at Bellagio: Borrowing culinary inspiration from both Spain and France, Chef Julian Serrano has crafted a 4 course Prix Fixe Menu with main course options that include roasted pigeon, butter-poached Maine lobster thermidor, and roasted veal.
Patio seating is also offered with views of the Fountains of Bellagio.
Le Cirque at Bellagio: Like Picasso, Le Cirque is an upscale French restaurant that offers several multi-course menus with items such as roasted chicken, filet mignon, king salmon, Japanese wagyu, roasted seabass, and Duck a l’orange as options.
It isn’t inexpensive, but if you’re looking to impress, Le Cirque is tough to beat.
Mon Ami Gabi at Paris: Found along the Strip at Paris, Mon Ami Gabi offers seating both indoors, and on a patio that overlooks the Strip and Fountains of Bellagio across the street.
On the menu are items like steak au poivre, steak bearnaise, trout almondine, and cavatelli pasta & gulf shrimp. Most entrees at Mon Ami land in the $30-$40 range.
Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris: Located 1/3 of the way up Paris’ replica Eiffel Tower, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant is worth visiting for the views of Las Vegas alone. In addition to sweeping vistas of the Strip, however, you’ll find a menu with items that include Mediterranean sea bass, slow-roasted salmon, seafood and shellfish matelote, beef wellington, rack of lamb, and a number of steaks.
Depending on the entree selected, you can expect to pay in the neighborhood of $40-$80.
Brioche by Guy Savoy at Paris: If you’re looking for French pastries or baguette sandwiches for breakfast, check out Brioche, which is an extremely affordable option. Sandwiches are under $10, while muffins brioche, and pastries hover around the $5 mark. Brioche also has a location at Caesars Palace.
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Bardot Brasserie at Aria: An ideation of Micheal Mina, Bardot Brasserie serves French inspired cuisine including entrees like black cod bouillabaisse, steak frites au poivre, pot-au-few, and more. Entrees cost anywhere from $35 – $75.
Notably, Bardo also serves a number of Plats Principaux which are large entrees that serve two, including Bardot wellington, whole roasted duck, and whole stuffed loup de Mer.
Aria Patisserie: A relatively inexpensive option, Aria’s Patisserie serves both sweet & savory crepes, omelettes, and sandwiches including a Croque monsieur.
Bouchon at Venetian: A French restaurant within a Venice-themed resort, Bouchon offers entrees like steak frites, steak Bouchon, Croque madame, and more at a $30-$70 price point. Fruits de Mer like mussels, oysters, shrimp, and lobster are also offered.
Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace: Intended to mimic the menu of Guy Savoy’s restaurant in Paris, the Caesars Palace location offers options on the a la carte menu that include American wagyu, lamb loin, guinea hen, lobster, and Atlantic caught turbot.
With pricing for most entrees landing in excess of $100, Restaurant Guy Savoy certainly won’t qualify as the cheapest French restaurant option.
In addition to a la carte menu options, a 5-star celebration menu is offered for $595 per person.
Joel Robuchon at MGM Grand: Another upscale option, Joel Robuchon at MGM Grand boasts both a Forbes 5-Star and AAA Five Diamond award. The restaurant offers a number of express menus that include multiple courses at a price point of around $125 – $250 per person depending on the menu selected.
L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon at MGM Grand: Another high-end French restaurant by Joel Robuchon at MGM Grand, L’Atelier allows you to piece together your own menu that includes your choice of appetizer(s), entree(s), main course, and dessert. The cost for those menus ranges from around $70 – $125 depending on what you select.
Rivea at Mandalay Bay: While Rivea serves a collection of French cuisine, the real draw is the view of Las Vegas. Perched at the top of Delano’s hotel tower, Rivea offers a stunning vista of the valley.
Notable items on the menu include lobster and linguine, wild halibut, and a maple leaf duck breast. A tasting menu is also offered for $150 per person.
Fleur at Mandalay Bay: Focused on “seasonally-driven French cuisine”, Fleur serves items like steak frites, pan-seared branzino, bouillabaisse, and more. The price of the typical entree lands in the $40-$50 range, making this a relatively affordable option when compared to other options mentioned in this post.
Favorite Bistro at LINQ: Located along the LINQ Promenade, Favorite Bistro easily qualifies as one of the cheapest French restaurants on the Strip. For breakfast, or petit dejeuner as they say in France, enjoy items like French Toast, brioche, or a traditional croissant. Breakfast items are $10 – $20.
Unique items on the lunch & dinner menu include a croque monsieur, French dip, seared salmon, and more at an average price of about $20.
Hopefully, I was able to help you find a French restaurant in Las Vegas that works for your tastes and budget. With options that span the “fanciness-spectrum” from casual to high-end, there’s something for everyone craving French cuisine.
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Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.