Right next door to Robuchon’s signature MGM Grand restaurant, this workshop-style eatery is a lower-cost, less buttoned-up alternative to the Mansion’s pomp. Sit at the counter and watch the chefs engage in a culinary waltz, turning out meticulous modern French cuisine like smoked salmon with potato waffle and dill whipped cream. Order à la carte if you must, but we suggest splurging on the seasonal tasting menu and sampling as much as you can afford.
Velvety artichoke and black truffle soup, desserts that bloom under a stream of sauce and table-side carts proffering bread, sweets and champagne for days: at the best French restaurants in Las Vegas, living the good life is as easy as booking a table and swallowing the price tag for a couple hours of culinary nirvana. Fancier than the best diners in Las Vegas, a tad cheaper than the best Las Vegas casinos and just as delicious as the best Italian restaurants in Las Vegas, these bistros and brasseries will serve you the perfect coq au vin and escargots alongside a top rated wine glass. Are you ready?