L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

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Details
3799 Las Vegas Blvd S (in MGM Grand Hotel)
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 891-7358
French
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Either L'Atillier or the Mansion...go on treat yourself...you deserve it. Great contemporary French Cuisine at itsfinest...for sure!!-Rick Moonen, Top Chef
  • Our Top Tip: A complimentary limo will pick you up for your reservation at Jol Robuchon Restaurant.
  • Use all of your winnings from the casino toward a full 11 course tasting menu. I promise it will be life changing.
  • The best tasting menu. If you have time to sit thought a beautiful 3 hour dinner, this is a must. The fresh bread cart with a huge variety of tasty, soft, warm bread. At the end they send you off wi
  • Watch the artistry of chef Benjamin & his team when you pull up a seat at the bar overlooking the kitchen. Tapas, a tasting menu & wines from around the world highlight the menu. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Sip Champagne and hand pick my pastries in the terrace room!
  • You're eating at a restaurant run by the CHEF OF THE CENTURY. Think you know more about food than he does? Do a tasting menu and relish every bite.
  • Its French grandiosity meets Asian refinement. Be sure to request a complimentary pick up and a MGM limo will be dispatched to deliver to the private entrance.
  • Try the Crispy Langoustine Fritter With Basil Pesto
  • Take full advantage of the bread cart!
  • Culinary star of France, Jol Robuchon does not disappoint at the first American branch of his empire. The tasting menu is superb - try the black truffle in hot pastry with onions and smoked ham.
  • Less expensive and more casual than its sister restaurant next door, L'Atelier still shares the same high standards. Try the tasting menu or dine a la carte, but make sure to try the mashed potatoes.
  • Sit at the Bar and try the L'Unique seasonal menu
  • Amazing food, though very expensive. Definitely sit at the bar and watch the chefs do their thing. A memorable dining experience.
  • Food as art... though funny enough after the 4 hour, 16 course tasting I remember the insane bread cart the most! An absolute must for foodies at least once in your life.
  • Try the foie gras
  • A travs de cada bocado tendrs una exaltacin de sabor a todos tus sentidos restaurante fusin francesa del chef buchn increble manejo de sabores y olores simplemente vale la pena
  • Best tasting men. 1:30 h. Awww
  • L'Atelier is all it is cracked up to be. Make a reservation, request to be seated at the counter, and enjoy the delicious show. Try to have Elias as your server. Four course meal is plenty of food.
  • If you come here, get the full experience and do the chef tasting menu. It's worth the price.