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It's where you want to be eating, if you can afford it--and if they'll give you a reservation.
Dining here feels like a privilege, and it is.
The legendary 16-course tasting menu at this temple to gastronomy at the Mansion in MGM Grand takes some preparation. Avoid indulging beforehand because the little-known secret within... Full review →Avoid indulging beforehand because the little-known secret within this dramatic, purple banqueted, theatrical room is that those courses are bookended by one of the world's supreme bread carts and one of the world's most delightful mignardise (bite-size dessert) carts.
At this mecca of haute cuisine, gourmands start with Dungeness crab, lobster gelee, and fennel cream topped with osetra caviar—which reveals why this is the sole Michelin three-star... Full review →
A feast for both the palate and the eyes, the food at this out-standing restaurant is predominantly French with Asian and Spanish influences.
For the ultimate gastronomical rush, try the chef's multicourse, seasonal tasting menu—a waltz of rarefied creations, accented with sauces, froth, and froufrou. Full review →
One of the world's greatest chefs, Joël Robuchon has come to epitomize fine, French cuisine. Full review →
Great care was taken in choosing and combining ingredients, to create not fuss but both surprise and a sense of rightness. Full review →
Carpaccio of foie gras and potatoes covered with Parmesan and black truffle shavings presents luxury upon luxury. Full review →
The acclaimed Chef of the Century leads the pack in the French invasion of Las Vegas. Full review →
Modeled after a 1930s French salon, the striking interior is drenched in rich jewel tones, velvety banquettes and chandeliers.
Once you’re here, you might as well dig deep for the exquisite tasting menus. Full review →
"An experience from the moment you sit down", this "one-of-a-kind" dazzler at the MGM Grand – brought to you by chef extraordinaire Joël Robuchon – ranks No. 1 for Food in Vegas. Full review →