Located on the eleventh floor of the Paris Las Vegas' Eiffel Tower replica, the restaurant boasts a remarkable view of the Las Vegas Strip and the fountain show at the Bellagio. The glass elevator is the pathway to a romantic spot that is destined to create a love affair with the city of Las Vegas with its panoramic views of the city. The creative and dramatic menu updated by world-renowned Chef J. Joho brings light to conventional French cuisine as he provides his unique interpretation of menu items that represent the merging of originality with tradition.
I had dined at the Eiffel Tower several years ago and had a lovely experience. My only hope was that this time would come close to it. Needless to say, another special meal and evening. We were lucky to get window seats overlooking the Bellagio fountains. The entire meal experience was exquisite. Our waiter was attentive, knowledgeable, and efficient. Our meals melted in our mouths. What a lovely way to end our stay in Vegas!
It was great. very romantic and friendly service and tentative. My fiance proposed there and we were seated at there best table with the best view overlooking the Bellagio waterfall.The food was also great. the steak was juicy and great flavor. although it was a little pricy. but over all great place to go.
the foie gras, the wellington, the rack of Lamb.... all very good. Very nice ambiance, good service. A tad pricy but worth it. No complaints. incredible kitchen and a nice view on the fountains... recommended.
My daughter was kind enough to purchase a Christmas gift to eat here. Upon entering and presenting the gift card the waiter had a an attitude right away and got worse as the meal progressed. He was rude and the tone of his voice made it clear that us "gift card" customers were not welcome. We ordered the black cod and the waiter suggested a wine, we both had a glass. What he did not say, that it was 14 dollars a "glass", the actual amount served was less than a third of a glass. The black cod arrived in a plastic bag that was then cut open at the table. In the bag was a child sized portion of mushy fish surrounded by huge amount of pearl onions and mushroom stems. It was basically just steamed fish that was tasteless and bland. The precursor we had as recommended by the waiter was the scallops. The 20 dollar scallops turned out to be all of 2 pieces and just as bad as the dinner. The total cost of the meal was 150.26. Let this review be warning to others.