Joël Robuchon

Row 1

3799 Las Vegas Blvd S (at MGM Grand Hotel)
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 891-7925
$ $ $ $
Mon–Sun: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

The cooking is simply exquisite in this opulently furnished dining room in the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. As the first restaurant opened in America by the famed, award-winning Robuchon, commonly considered the greatest of modern French chefs, it maintains the highest standards, from its superb service and impressive (and impressively pricey) wine list to such finely crafted dishes as truffled langoustine ravioli and French hen with roasted foie gras and confit potatoes for two. The 16-course tasting menu is a truly memorable experience — as well it ought to be at $425 a head, wine not included.  — Alison Beck

Foursquare Tips

  • French interjected with Spanish flourishes. "Carpaccio of foie gras and potatoes covered with Parmesan and black truffle shavings presents luxury upon luxury." -Zagat on TripExpert
  • 3 . ( ) . . (400/1) 16 . !
  • Absolutely one of the best meals of my life, and the only Vegas restaurant with 3 Michelin stars. Try the spaghetti with white Perigord truffles and a poached egg. The best taste ever.
  • Call ahead for free transportation to dinner.
  • Came here for my birthday last year and it is still my favorite meal in the states to date! Nothing disappointed, lovely private area in the back dining room with tons of amazing beautiful dishes!
  • Go for the tasting menu. Great experience!
  • Awesome Michelin 3 experience. Excellent service and exorbitant taste! Their tasting menu is what you should be getting even though it will break the bank..
  • Exquisito men de degustacin
  • By far the best restaurant experience I've ever had. Also, Joel Robuchon was there, going on from table to table to make sure guests were enjoying everything
  • The 16-course tasting menu is a relative bargain at $385 a head and crammed with wonderfully fun dishes like roast lobster in green curry and rice pilaf with frog leg fricassee.
  • Exquisito. ...
  • Matthew Silverman, chef of Vintner Grill, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Sixteen-course degustation menu.
  • Winner of Michelins Three Star, Forbes Five-Star and many other awards, guests can choose from multi-tasting menus or order a la carte. Fan favorites include Le Caviar, caviar on a fennel cream.
  • A typical michelin star french restaurant! The food is very good and the service is up to the standards expected. Pricing though is off as it is overly expensive for the food served.
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  • Farm chicken with fous gras is awesome!
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