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Le Cirque
French Restaurant$$$$
Today 5:30–10PM
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Bellagio Hotel and Casino 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
3600 South Las Vegas BoulevardUSNevadaLas Vegas89109
$$$$French Restaurant, BarToday 5:30–10PM
Thursday 5:30–10PMFriday 5:30–10PMSaturday 5:30–10PMSunday 5:30–10PMMonday ClosedTuesday 5:30–10PMWednesday 5:30–10PM
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Offshoot of NYC landmark presents innovative New French cuisine in a whimsical, opulent space.- Google
"Fish was well cooked and the potato on the outside was nice and crisp."
"Exemplary service from the wait staff."
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John Wie
9 months ago
Le Cirque is a modern American restaurant which is classy with a nice view if you're right by the window but the flavors weren't as solid in my experience. Perhaps I need a second try but some of the food items weren't up-to-par. This includes the sea bass that came in the shape of an egg roll - an interesting idea but lacked a bit in flavor or the dessert item that was a lemon bar with interesting little flavors but the accompanying ice cream lacked any flavor in comparison. It's a prie-fixe menu with the ability to pay more for even better items so do be aware.
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vinny S
11 months ago
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. Food was impressive. Decor was well put together. would highly recommend. Price was reasonable
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Paul Wilkinson
a year ago
Went here for dinner on my own a couple of nights before a work conference. It was a saturday so I booked a table on opentable a few days before without any problem. Started with canapés, a very light foie gras and opted for the a la carte menu. Amuse buche of chestnut cappuccino with Lardon foam and spicy bread was a good hint of things to come. Opted from the choice of breads for bacon bread and the butter is worthy of a mention too, very good. Had the soft poached egg and caviar with smoked salmon, potato and Creme fraiche for starter which was excellent, well balanced with the breadcrumbs on the egg were nice and crisp. Main was Paupiette of sea bass in thin potato slices on leeks with Pinot noir reduction, very good. Fish was well cooked and the potato on the outside was nice and crisp. Took a little while to decide on the dessert but had a good chat with the waiter (who correctly guessed and wrote down my choice before I said it!) opted for Crème brûlée which was a little too sweet and too gelatinous but generally of a good standard. Petit fours (4 of them) pastry excellent, caramel crunch a bit thick on profiterole (being very picky here and the other 3 were faultless!). Chablis at $15 a glass was very drinkable. I was done in little over an hour. Some excellent looking soufflés being served for dessert. Service overall was excellent. Like the decor like a big top and could see bits of the fountain regularly too even though I was sat at the opposite side of the small dining room to the windows. Tables by the window would be excellent for a special occasion. Will definitely be going back next time I'm in Vegas to try the chocolate ball or one of the soufflés. Total was around $130 before tip and worth every penny.
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David Roth
3 years ago
Le Cirque is the classic 'contemporary old school' restaurant whose demeanor, service and presentation should be copied by the 'newbies'. Traditional without being staid, elegant without preciousness, professional yet cordial and friendly, you are treated well. The Maccionis, like fine watch-smiths run a precise and seamless operation. Chef Gregory Pugin shines with a cuisine suitably measured if absent of risk-with more latitude he will soar.
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2 months ago
Good food, but expensive
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Andrea Cornaglia
a year ago
The food and ambience are really good, but you're not paying for an incredible experience, just a good dinner. Some music would be good, right now you just listen to other people conversations. Also, it's upsetting that they make you order at least a three course meal, when you are not that hungry.
Chris N
a year ago
DO NOT EAT HERE IF YOU WANT TO MAKE IT TO YOUR SHOW ON TIME. When we spend over $700 for a fancy French dinner, there is an expectation of extraordinary service. However, altogether they were INCOMPETENT, and as a result, WE WERE LATE FOR OUR SHOW and MISSED THE BEGINNING. We arrived when they opened at 5:30PM, and we were asked at least twice whether we were seeing a show. We had tickets for the 7:30PM show located in the same hotel, and they were aware of this from the beginning. When we were seated we were offered the regular menu, and we had to ask for the pre - theater menu, which made us believe that we could order off of either menu. Some of us ordered from the pre - theater menu, and others ordered off the regular menu. Our main course arrived at around 7PM, and it could have tasted good if we had time to taste it. Instead, we had to eat quickly, so that we could make it to our show on time. We got up to ask for our check at 7:15PM. We thought about getting our desserts boxed to go, but we naively believed that dessert would come shortly. One of the wait staff wished us to enjoy the show, but we had not even received dessert yet. At around 7:25PM, we were stuffing dessert down, and then we rushed to the show. However, we were late and missed the beginning of our show because of their incompetence and lack of care. They should not offer a pre - theater menu if they cannot serve a 3-course meal in a timely fashion. Vegas shows have regular start times, and they should know better. There is no good excuse! This was a special occasion, and it was ruined. Some of the wait staff were friendly, but others snubbed us, probably because we didn't order alcohol or because we were Asian. They didn't even apologize for their slow service and underplayed how late it was, and their lack of acknowledgement of the situation is disrespectful. I would never recommend this restaurant, and I would highly recommend AGAINST it for such poor service.
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Lyn Dyles
2 years ago
Expectations for Le Cirque were high, and both the floor staff and kitchen fully delivered with an amazing meal and a memorable evening. Definitely go with the dégustation menu rather than a la carte, and do opt for the lovely wine pairings. High spots are the uni, foie gras and seafood. Exemplary service from the wait staff and sommelier at Le Cirque is professional and attentive without feeling at all intrusive. This spot is an absolute gem.