The dining room is intimate and romantic with very limited seating. Reservations are required and it is recommended that they are made well in advance. A 16-course tasting menu is considered one of the best meals in Las Vegas. Purple and Lilac fill the room. From hand-blown glasses to the plush oversized seating, the dramatic color scheme gives you just a glimpse of what’s to come. Some signature dishes at Joel Robuchon include a pan-fried seabass with lemongrass foam paired with baby leaks. A delicious starter to any meal would be the cream of lettuce soup topped with sweet-onion custard. Even the bread is world-class. Robuchon refuses to use American flour as it does not meet his culinary expectations. He has flour shipped in daily directly from France.
For those who can afford it, the 16-course tasting menu is really the way to go. A once-in-a-lifetime experience, this dinner costs $360 per person. If you’re looking for something less expensive, there is also a 6-course menu available at $225 per person. There is also a bread cart, dessert cart, and a la carte menu available. The restaurant is among the best in the country and has won countless awards. Joel Robuchon is really much more than a restaurant, it's an unforgettable experience that feels more like a perfectly choreographed ballet, than a dinner.
3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd, La Vegas, NV 89109
Friday & Saturday (5:30 pm - 10:30 pm); Sunday - Thursday (5:30 pm - 10 pm)
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An a la carte menu is offered seasonally. Non-Smoking restaurant.
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One of the best and most expensive restaurants in town.