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Comme Ça
French Restaurant$$$
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3708 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
3708 S Las Vegas BlvdUSNVLas Vegas89109
(702) 698-7910commecarestaurant.com
$$$French Restaurant, LoungeToday 12:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 5:30 – 11:00 pmTuesday 5:30 – 11:00 pmWednesday 5:30 – 11:00 pmThursday 5:30 – 11:00 pmFriday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 11:00 pm
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Comme Ça by chef David Myers presents traditional French cuisine with a modern twist. An urban brasserie with hand-crafted cocktails and the best views of The Strip!
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Cosmopolitan's stylish bistro offers traditional French dishes, handcrafted cocktails & Strip views.- Google
People talk about david myers, bone marrow, chef david, floor to ceiling and duck confit cinnamon roll
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justin novosel
reviewed 9 months ago
I came late to have dessert. I ordered a fabulous creme brulee. The bartender Alex offered his expertise on Gordon's Cup compared to a Pimms Cup. Alex held steady conversation with me while taking care of two beautiful women. In my town when two gorgeous women come in the guy at the bar gets left alone. Alex made me a Gordon's Cup that was the best cocktail I've had. It was so good I wanted to taste my usual Tom Collins made by him and that too was amazing.
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Skee Junckie
reviewed 2 years ago
Took my wife out for "Date Night" to Comme Ca. Let's start with drinks. Surprisingly, for being in the Cosmopolitan, their Cosmopolitan Martini was weak (light liquor pour) and served in a small mini martini glass (5oz max). Salad was wonderful (excellent combination of flavors and textures). Lobster was not so good (it was listed as "Poached in Butter", though the lobster was not tender (in fact it was tough to chew) and did not have a rich, salty, and savory taste associated with "butter". I expect a lot better for $58 Market Price on Lobster. Overall, good experience (atmosphere, view, service) but the ultimate high bill ($289 for 2) was not commensurate with the low drink and food quality. I would not recommend Comme Ca to a friend.
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Liked: Service, Atmosphere, Wine list
Disliked: Food, Value
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Robert Blasi
reviewed a year ago
My friends and I had dinner here on a Saturday night. We each ordered the chef's tasting menu and had a fabulous dining experience. The food was great tasting and well-presented. Service was prompt and attentive. The interior did remind me of the restaurants I have frequented in Paris. It's also inside the Cosmopolitan, so it's easy to grab a late dinner and then head out for dancing at Marquee.
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Tu Anh Tran
reviewed 11 months ago
Our party ordered several items so I will list them all here. For appetizers we opted for the duck confit, fried frog legs, beef tongues, foie gras, a beet salad and salmon tartar. Excellent beet salad. Perfectly seasoned and the cheese that sat in the middle of the bed of greens were just amazing. The foie gras was perfectly cooked with out of this world flavors. I wasn't too crazy for the frog legs since they were fried, but the slaw that came with it were unlike anything I've ever tried. It was delicious! My friend loved the salmon tartar. As for the duck confit, I thought it was dry and salty. I am not a fan of beef tongues but I did try them and they just melt in your mouth. They are very good if you're into beef tongues. For entre, I ordered the lamb shank but I didn't enjoy it very much due to its heavy acidic and hearty sauce. However my friends thought it was excellent. I also tried the lobster risotto, which I thought was the most delicious entree among all the dishes we ordered that night. The beef short ribs were okay, a bit plain I thought. Desserts came in three: apple tart, chocolate mousse and creme brule. No complaints from me. All three were excellent!
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Anton Chuvakin
reviewed a year ago
Excellent food and service. We loved their slow cooked lamb on fried polenta and medium-rare veal. Cocktails are "Vegas-priced" and, frankly, NOT worth their $15 price tag.
A Zagat User
reviewed a year ago
food was very good, and the drinks were great! walk all the way through the restaurant to their hidden patio overlooking the strip. the very best outdoor spot high above the traffic with spectacular views. a hidden gem.

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