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Joël Robuchon
French Restaurant$$$$
Today 5:30 – 10:00 pm
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3799 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
3799 S Las Vegas BlvdUSNVLas Vegas89109
$$$$French Restaurant, Fine Dining RestaurantToday 5:30 – 10:00 pm
Monday 5:30 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:30 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:30 – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:30 – 10:00 pmSunday 5:30 – 10:00 pm
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Joël Robuchon's sophisticated New French tasting menus presented in a luxe space at the MGM Grand.- Google
People talk about tasting menu, caviar, amuse bouche, dining experience and white truffles
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Robert Sung
reviewed 6 months ago
Beautifully decorated, great service, well prepared and plated food. I know that this place was a 3 Michelin Star restaurant last time the guide was released for Las Vegas, but none of the dishes on the Dec 2013 full tasting menu had a "wow" factor. I disliked the egg dish, while it was beautiful to look at, it was lacking in both flavor and texture. The 3 Michelin star restaurants in NYC are head and shoulders above Joel Robuchon in terms of food flavor and texture combinations. I honestly thought Guy Savoy had better food preparation and combinations.
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Gustavo Elizondo
reviewed 9 months ago
This is a 3 micheling star, 5 diamond restaurant. And it does those prices justice. All the food is excellent, I had the Menu with 2 apetizers, 1 main course and dessert. And even if it looks like a small amount of food at first, it is enough to satisfy a normal person. Price wise, be prepared to go around $200 USD per person, but it is totally worth it. If you are a wine afficionado you will also be satisfied with anything from their 1,900 wine bottles. The service is great, they are not pretentious such as in other french restaurnts. The place itself is of great ambience, it is formal, well decorated and gives off a serenity kind of vibe. Overall, I think you MUST go to this restaurant if you are a foodie, a wine afficionado or a decoration lover and want to dinner in Vegas. This is probably the best restaurnt I went to in Vegas because its the one I will try to go back to and spend $500 usd.
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Dasha Cherepennikova
reviewed a year ago
Lives up to the hype and the price tag. Really wish I had a spare $500 laying around so that I could do the tasting menu. The only thing that wasn't mind blowingly delicious was the hot tea. Water not hot enough, actual tea was generic (and it was expensive). Otherwise, everything else was absolutely flawless.
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reviewed 5 months ago
Tasting menu highlights: I have never seen more intricate or more beautiful presentation of food. We were hesitant to dive in and dismantle their creations. Le caviar trio plate was their best for flavor, the rest are not as memorable. My friend had the dinner course and had the sugar sphere for dessert which was pretty good too. Note to self to order their signature dish next time: langostine ravioli? And well if you love cheese, the cart is amazing...and definitely do the blue cheese. Wine list: quite extensive but normal selection as compared to other fine dining establishments
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Doug Anderson
reviewed a year ago
Room is beautiful. Service is superb. Food is sublime. We've had the 16 course menu here and then eaten in the NY branch that was, until recently, in the Four Seasons Hotel so it's not a new experience. We had the "2 course dinner" for $169 and it was fabulous. Now, if you're a newbie, go for the whole thing and realize that out of 16, 12 will be gong ringers. And then there's the law of diminishing returns
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Gary Book
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Masterpiece. Perfection in every way!