The Best French Restaurants in Las Vegas

Posted by VEGASGIANT on Apr 6, 2017 8:00:00 AM

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Photo: Le Cirque

Las Vegas has no shortage of amazing French restaurants. Let's take a quick look at the ones that stand out from the crowd - both on and off the Strip.

Joel Robuchon

Famously dubbed the "Chef of the Century" in France, Joel Robuchon expanded his empire into the United States with this self-titled restaurant at the MGM Grand. Although just steps off the casino floor, you feel miles away from any slot machine with an elegant interior that resembles a stylish European mansion.

L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon

Located next door to Joel Robuchon's eponymous restaurant at the MGM Grand, this dining spot is slightly more casual with a seated counter to watch the culinary team in action.

Le Cirque

Wildly inventive and experimental, the menu from Chef Wilfried Bergerhausen arguably carries Le Cirque to a level above the New York original. Located in the Bellagio with bright colorful drapes to match the subtle circus theme.

Restaurant Guy Savoy

The only North American restaurant by the acclaimed French chef, Restaurant Guy Savoy sits in a quiet second-floor wing of Caesars Palace with a magnificent view overlooking the Strip. The service is among the very best and a new Caviar Room is perfect for cocktails and quick bites.

Twist by Pierre Gagnaire

With views of Las Vegas from the 23rd floor of the Mandarin Oriental, Twist by Pierre Gagnaire has beautiful scenery to match the elegance of the food.

Picasso

The name comes from the authentic artwork by Pablo Picasso, but the menu by Julian Serrano is why the restaurant is recognized worldwide. Grab a seat at the outdoor patio overlooking the Bellagio fountains.

Bardot Brasserie

Michael Mina provides French food in a fun setting. While the atmosphere is on the casual side, the food, from the foie gras parfait to the duck wings a l'orange, competes with the very best. 

Bouchon Bistro

Famous for The French Laundry restaurant in Northern California, Thomas Keller expanded his reach into Las Vegas with this bistro at the Venetian. It's especially known for its breakfast.

Eatt

For something completely different, Eatt serves casual French food with a healthy twist. Located in the west valley on Sahara.

Mon Ami Gabi

Traditional French restaurant at Paris Las Vegas is perfect for people-watching on the Strip. Grab a seat on the patio and order some escargot and onion soup au gratin.

Call VegasGiant at (702) 476-0001 to book a spectacular evening in Las Vegas that includes dinner at one of these great restaurants.

By Rob Kachelriess 

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