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12 French Restaurants That Should Be on Any Las Vegas Dining Agenda

Some of the essential French restaurant found all over the city

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Internationally acclaimed French chefs such as Thomas Keller and Guy Savoy who have restaurants in Las Vegas are part of the reason why the city is known as a culinary destination. Although almost all of the food at these fine-dining restaurants comes with a hefty price tag, the food is truly one of kind, and some of the best cuisine the city has to offer. French fare can sound intimidating to order or seem overly fancy with dishes such as escargot or foie gras, but fear not. French food also consists of recognizable dishes like pan-seared salmon, French onion soup, and freshly baked pastries including croissants. Whether or not you choose to eat something new or something familiar, you’ll be able to taste some of the best food in Las Vegas. Below is a look at some of the best places to dine on French cuisine in Las Vegas. Bon appétit!

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Marché Bacchus

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This charming establishment is connected to a wine shop with more than 950 wine labels to choose from. Diners can select any bottle to enjoy with dinner or take home. Ask to sit outside for the romantic lakeside patio seating, and order the French onion soup with caramelized onions, Gruyere, and croutons, red wine braised beef, or roasted halibut. Open for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch.

A bottle of wine, two glasses of wine, and more overlooking a lake.
Marché Bacchus
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Ohlala French Bistro

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Created by Richard Terzaghi and Nicolas Sillac, this cozy bistro serves a variety of reasonably priced French dishes such as steak frites; escargot with parsley butter, shallots, and garlic; warm crusted pistachio goat cheese crostini served with onions confit jam, pistachio; and honey; and filet mignon sauce poivre vert topped with creamy green pepper sauce and French fries. Open for lunch, dinner, and brunch on Saturday and Sunday.

Steak frites
Ohlala French Bistro steak frites
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Burgundy French Bakery Cafe & Bistro

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Florent Cheveau’s impressive credentials include time spent as pastry chef at Aria’s Jean Philippe Patisserie, a promotion to executive pastry chef at the MGM Grand, and the 2018 USA title holder of World Chocolate Master. His Burgundy French Bakery Cafe & Bistro at Village Square offers an evolving menu spanning breakfast and lunch choices, plus rows of enticing desserts. For breakfast, the bistro serves croissants, beignets, honey Greek yogurt, breakfast sandwiches, savory Danishes, and a frittata dish. During lunch, the menu expands to a range of crepes, ham and cheese, or turkey croissant sandwiches, plus hot selections featuring a croque-monsieur and quiche Lorraine.

Madelines and coffee, now being served at Burgundy French Bakery Cafe & Bistro at the westside’s Village Square.
Burgundy French Bakery Cafe Bistro
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Partage

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Chef Yuri Szarzewski, pastry chef Vincent Pellerin, and manager Nicolas Kalpokdjian have Partage (French for sharing) in Chinatown. Szarzewski’s tasting menu features three for $60, five for $85 per person, or seven for $105. A core menu of tasting dishes includes such as halibut, squid, and lobster; oxtail croque monsieur, chicken cordon bleu, and veal sweetbreads; and vegetarian dishes squash blossoms, sweet pea chilled soup, and egg parfait, but the menu changes all the time. Open for dinner.

Duck pithivier baked in puff pastry dough, stuffed with buttered cabbage, and seared foie gras.
Duck pithivier baked in puff pastry dough, stuffed with buttered cabbage, and seared foie gras at Partage.
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Bouchon Bistro

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Created by chef Thomas Keller, Bouchon is every bit a French bistro featuring café classics and a Parisian environment.Order classics suh as poulet rôti, featuring roasted chicken with caramelized Brussels sprouts, bacon lardons, and Dijon chicken jus or Boudin Blanc, featuring white sausage with potato purée, dried French plums, and beurre noisette. Stop by Bouchon Bakery for French pastries such as Better Nutters, Keller’s riff on Nutter Butters, or TKO’s, a variation of the Oreo. Open for brunch and dinner Friday through Sunday.

Poulet roti
Poulet roti at Bouchon Bistro
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Restaurant Guy Savoy

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Known for his signature dishes such as foie gras and artichoke and black truffle soup, famed chef Guy Savoy delivers delicious French fare daily in the Augustus Tower of Caesars Palace. Try the Colors of Caviar and don’t overindulge in the bread cart, even though it’s worth it. Open for dinner.

Flavors of caviar
Flavors of caviar at Restaurant Guy Savoy
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Picasso

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Located inside of the Bellagio, the award-winning Picasso restaurant offers a number of menus to pick from including a vegetarian and a four-course prix fixe, to name a few. Executive chef Julian Serrano serves signature dishes like the warm quail salad and the roasted milk-fed veal chop, all while diners are surrounded by a variety of original Pablo Picasso artwork. Open for dinner.

Quail
Picasso
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Le Cirque

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Inside this landmark Las Vegas restaurant, executive chef Dameon Evers marries traditional French cuisine with modern platings. Overlooking the Fountains at Bellagio, the dining room is draped in colorful silks, under which restaurant staff attentively execute five and eight-course meals. The menus change seasonally, with some highlights including a lobster and winter truffle risotto with parmesan fondue and a dish of caviar over corn bavarois with flakes of savory bonito.

Le Cirque
Le Cirque
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Mon Ami Gabi

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Try to visit Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas when the weather is nice enough to sit outside on the patio, where diners will have to think twice about whether or not they’ve been transported to a café in Paris. The patio is the perfect spot to watch the Bellagio Fountains and snack on the gluten-free bread or steak frites. For something heartier, order the overly cheesy French onion soup or the baked salmon. Open for breakfast through dinner.

Seared salmon with confit potatoes and soubise sauce
Seared salmon with confit potatoes and soubise sauce at Mon Ami Gabi
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Eiffel Tower Restaurant

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Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas features chef J. Joho’s modern interpretations of classic French cuisine from the 11th floor of the replica of the Eiffel Tower. Try house specialties such as a seafood platter, beef Wellington, and roasted rack of lamb. Open for dinner and a weekend brunch.

An overhead view of dishes
Eiffel Tower Restaurant
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Bardot Brasserie

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Head to Aria during the early afternoon on Saturdays and Sundays to try the beloved brunch menu at Michael Mina’s Bardot Brasserie. While much of the dinner menu consists of classic French food such as prime steak tartare and escargots Bardot, the brunch menu steals the show. Try the foie gras parfait, served with a ruby port gelée and crusty country bread and the brioche French toast, topped with vanilla mascarpone, almond brittle, and orgeat syrup. Open for dinner and a weekend brunch.

Beef Wellington
Beef Wellington at Bardot Brasserie
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Rosallie Le French Cafe

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Southern France native and now Las Vegas local Jonathan Pluvinet is behind Rosallie Le French Café in Spring Valley. The casual French coffee house pays tribute to Pluvinet’s family restaurant of the same name in France with French breads, pastries, sandwiches, and salads in a rustic, relaxed atmosphere. Look for a French traditional breakfast with a croissant, toasted house-made bread and jams with cappuccino; the Chevre Chaud salad with goat cheese on top of spring mix with a cream vinaigrette sauce; and a smoked salmon sandwich. Almond pie, walnut tart, macarons, and croissants all make the menu.

Peer Inside the New Coffee Shop and Bakery Rosallie Le French Cafe
Rosallie Le French Cafe
Amelinda B Lee

Marché Bacchus

This charming establishment is connected to a wine shop with more than 950 wine labels to choose from. Diners can select any bottle to enjoy with dinner or take home. Ask to sit outside for the romantic lakeside patio seating, and order the French onion soup with caramelized onions, Gruyere, and croutons, red wine braised beef, or roasted halibut. Open for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch.

A bottle of wine, two glasses of wine, and more overlooking a lake.
Marché Bacchus
Marché Bacchus /Facebook

Ohlala French Bistro

Created by Richard Terzaghi and Nicolas Sillac, this cozy bistro serves a variety of reasonably priced French dishes such as steak frites; escargot with parsley butter, shallots, and garlic; warm crusted pistachio goat cheese crostini served with onions confit jam, pistachio; and honey; and filet mignon sauce poivre vert topped with creamy green pepper sauce and French fries. Open for lunch, dinner, and brunch on Saturday and Sunday.

Steak frites
Ohlala French Bistro steak frites
Ohlala French Bistro/Facebook

Burgundy French Bakery Cafe & Bistro

Florent Cheveau’s impressive credentials include time spent as pastry chef at Aria’s Jean Philippe Patisserie, a promotion to executive pastry chef at the MGM Grand, and the 2018 USA title holder of World Chocolate Master. His Burgundy French Bakery Cafe & Bistro at Village Square offers an evolving menu spanning breakfast and lunch choices, plus rows of enticing desserts. For breakfast, the bistro serves croissants, beignets, honey Greek yogurt, breakfast sandwiches, savory Danishes, and a frittata dish. During lunch, the menu expands to a range of crepes, ham and cheese, or turkey croissant sandwiches, plus hot selections featuring a croque-monsieur and quiche Lorraine.

Madelines and coffee, now being served at Burgundy French Bakery Cafe & Bistro at the westside’s Village Square.
Burgundy French Bakery Cafe Bistro
Burgundy French Bakery Cafe Bistro/Instagram

Partage

Chef Yuri Szarzewski, pastry chef Vincent Pellerin, and manager Nicolas Kalpokdjian have Partage (French for sharing) in Chinatown. Szarzewski’s tasting menu features three for $60, five for $85 per person, or seven for $105. A core menu of tasting dishes includes such as halibut, squid, and lobster; oxtail croque monsieur, chicken cordon bleu, and veal sweetbreads; and vegetarian dishes squash blossoms, sweet pea chilled soup, and egg parfait, but the menu changes all the time. Open for dinner.

Duck pithivier baked in puff pastry dough, stuffed with buttered cabbage, and seared foie gras.
Duck pithivier baked in puff pastry dough, stuffed with buttered cabbage, and seared foie gras at Partage.
Partage/Facebook

Bouchon Bistro

Created by chef Thomas Keller, Bouchon is every bit a French bistro featuring café classics and a Parisian environment.Order classics suh as poulet rôti, featuring roasted chicken with caramelized Brussels sprouts, bacon lardons, and Dijon chicken jus or Boudin Blanc, featuring white sausage with potato purée, dried French plums, and beurre noisette. Stop by Bouchon Bakery for French pastries such as Better Nutters, Keller’s riff on Nutter Butters, or TKO’s, a variation of the Oreo. Open for brunch and dinner Friday through Sunday.

Poulet roti
Poulet roti at Bouchon Bistro
Bouchon Bistro/Facebook

Restaurant Guy Savoy

Known for his signature dishes such as foie gras and artichoke and black truffle soup, famed chef Guy Savoy delivers delicious French fare daily in the Augustus Tower of Caesars Palace. Try the Colors of Caviar and don’t overindulge in the bread cart, even though it’s worth it. Open for dinner.

Flavors of caviar
Flavors of caviar at Restaurant Guy Savoy
Restaurant Guy Savoy/Facebook

Picasso

Located inside of the Bellagio, the award-winning Picasso restaurant offers a number of menus to pick from including a vegetarian and a four-course prix fixe, to name a few. Executive chef Julian Serrano serves signature dishes like the warm quail salad and the roasted milk-fed veal chop, all while diners are surrounded by a variety of original Pablo Picasso artwork. Open for dinner.

Quail
Picasso
MGM Resorts [Official Site]

Le Cirque

Inside this landmark Las Vegas restaurant, executive chef Dameon Evers marries traditional French cuisine with modern platings. Overlooking the Fountains at Bellagio, the dining room is draped in colorful silks, under which restaurant staff attentively execute five and eight-course meals. The menus change seasonally, with some highlights including a lobster and winter truffle risotto with parmesan fondue and a dish of caviar over corn bavarois with flakes of savory bonito.

Le Cirque
Le Cirque
MGM Resorts

Mon Ami Gabi

Try to visit Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas when the weather is nice enough to sit outside on the patio, where diners will have to think twice about whether or not they’ve been transported to a café in Paris. The patio is the perfect spot to watch the Bellagio Fountains and snack on the gluten-free bread or steak frites. For something heartier, order the overly cheesy French onion soup or the baked salmon. Open for breakfast through dinner.

Seared salmon with confit potatoes and soubise sauce
Seared salmon with confit potatoes and soubise sauce at Mon Ami Gabi
Mon Ami Gabi/Facebook

Eiffel Tower Restaurant

Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas features chef J. Joho’s modern interpretations of classic French cuisine from the 11th floor of the replica of the Eiffel Tower. Try house specialties such as a seafood platter, beef Wellington, and roasted rack of lamb. Open for dinner and a weekend brunch.

An overhead view of dishes
Eiffel Tower Restaurant
Paris Las Vegas [Official Site]

Bardot Brasserie

Head to Aria during the early afternoon on Saturdays and Sundays to try the beloved brunch menu at Michael Mina’s Bardot Brasserie. While much of the dinner menu consists of classic French food such as prime steak tartare and escargots Bardot, the brunch menu steals the show. Try the foie gras parfait, served with a ruby port gelée and crusty country bread and the brioche French toast, topped with vanilla mascarpone, almond brittle, and orgeat syrup. Open for dinner and a weekend brunch.

Beef Wellington
Beef Wellington at Bardot Brasserie
MGM Resorts [Official Site]

Rosallie Le French Cafe

Southern France native and now Las Vegas local Jonathan Pluvinet is behind Rosallie Le French Café in Spring Valley. The casual French coffee house pays tribute to Pluvinet’s family restaurant of the same name in France with French breads, pastries, sandwiches, and salads in a rustic, relaxed atmosphere. Look for a French traditional breakfast with a croissant, toasted house-made bread and jams with cappuccino; the Chevre Chaud salad with goat cheese on top of spring mix with a cream vinaigrette sauce; and a smoked salmon sandwich. Almond pie, walnut tart, macarons, and croissants all make the menu.

Peer Inside the New Coffee Shop and Bakery Rosallie Le French Cafe
Rosallie Le French Cafe
Amelinda B Lee

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