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Revealed: Some of the Menu from Michael Mina's Bardot Brasserie

French brasserie dishes highlight the Bardot menu for the opening Jan. 16.

Bardot Brasserie
Bardot Brasserie
Bradley Martin

Here comes Bardot Brasserie, the newest restaurant from Michael Mina, opening Jan. 16 in the former American Fish space at Aria.

The French brasserie just released its menu from executive chef Josh Smith for the opening. Here’s a look at the highlights from the press release:

Bardot Brasserie rendering

Bardot Brasserie rendering

Hors d'oeuvres
Foie Gras Parfait
— Renowned for his caviar parfait, Mina developed this concoction by combining foie gras and port wine gelée, which can then be placed on fresh grilled country bread.

Duck Wings À L’Orange — Mina adds an approachable twist to this French dish by preparing it as wood-grilled wings, cooked with seasonal citrus and sauce maltaise.

Croque Madame — Bursting with flavor at every bite, this popular French sandwich is loaded with Parisian ham, Gruyere fondue and topped with an organic egg.

Sautéed Skate Wing
— Adventurous eaters will enjoy the presentation of this scaly fish, complemented by wood-roasted cauliflower purée, wild capers, parsley, brown butter and lemon.

Oven Roasted Chicken — A signature dish on Bardot’s menu, this interpretation includes wild mushroom-brioche bread pudding, buttered haricots verts and sauce vin jaune.

Foie Gras Sausage — An avid fan of foie gras, chef Mina has created an out-of-the-ordinary decadent sausage special for Bardot, presented with mushroom duxelles, confit prunes, chestnut fondant and Earl Grey jus.

Monkfish Bourride — Another exotic fish to round out Bardot’s culinary offerings, the monkfish is poached in olive oil, accented by a garlic aioli and served with black mussels, fingerling potatoes and braised leeks.

Customizable Selections
Onion Soup Gratinée
— Chef Mina takes the classic French onion soup to the next level by giving guests the option of adding perigord truffles, braised oxtail and a soft-poached egg, creating a multi-textured, flavorful soup.

Fruits de Mer — Seafood aficionados will rejoice over the opportunity to create a tower of under-the-sea delights. Choosing between the Brasserie Luxe or Brasserie Royale sizes, guests can fill their plates with lobster, king crab, oysters, clams and shrimp.

Les Steak Frites — For those new to the world of French cuisine, steak frites is an excellent place to start. Guests can select from an 8-ounce hanger, 12-ounce ribeye or 8-ounce filet, which can be enhanced with béarnaise, au poivre, bordelaise or foie gras butter.

Fromagerie — No fine French meal is complete without a taste of the country’s quintessential creamy cheeses. Guests at Bardot can order a choice of three, five or seven world-class fromages ranging from Brie, to Roquefort and Camembert.

Chocolate Macaron
— Offering a larger-than-life take on the French macaron, chef Mina developed one big enough to share, filled to the brim with dark chocolate ganache.

Apple Tarte Tatin — Those with a sweet tooth should not leave Bardot without trying this dish, created with warm caramelized apple tart and puff pastry, topped with vanilla bean ice cream.

Bardot plans to be open from 5 to 11 p.m. daily.


3730 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89158 (702) 590-7111 Visit Website

Bardot Brasserie

3730 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 590-8610 Visit Website