Some of the essential French restaurant found all over the city
Internationally acclaimed French chefs such as Joel Robuchon, Pierre Gagnaire, and Guy Savoy who have restaurants in Las Vegas are part of the reason why the city is known as a culinary destination. Although almost all of the food at these fine-dining restaurants comes with a hefty price tag, the food is truly one of kind, and some of the best cuisine the city has to offer. French fare can sound intimidating to order or seem overly fancy with dishes such as escargot or foie gras, but fear not. French food also consists of recognizable dishes like pan-seared salmon, French onion soup and freshly baked pastries including croissants. Whether or not you choose to eat something new or something familiar, you’ll be able to taste some of the best food in Las Vegas. Below, a look at some of the best places to dine on French cuisine in Las Vegas. Bon appétit!
Try to visit Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas when the weather is nice enough to sit outside on the patio, where diners will have to think twice about whether or not they’ve been transported to a café in Paris. The patio is the perfect spot to watch the Bellagio Fountains and snack on the gluten-free bread or the popular steak frites. If you want something heartier, order the overly cheesy French onion soup or the baked salmon, served with lentils du puy and beurre rouge (red butter).
Eiffel Tower Restaurant
Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas features chef J. Joho’s modern interpretations of classic French cuisine from the 11th floor of the replica of the Eiffel Tower.