Escape to Parisian Paradise at French Restaurants on the Strip
From the great pyramids of Luxor to the canals of Venice at The Venetian, visitors can travel the world during a short weekend stay in Las Vegas.
But there’s one culture so prominent and powerful throughout the Strip that it outshines the others. It can be found in the Arc de Triomphe that stands proudly next to the Eiffel Tower outside Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, or in the iconic replicas along the Strip modeled after the outside of the Louvre. But its final and most delicious form is in the culture and cuisine served up at some of the top-rated, award-winning French restaurants along the Strip.
It’s the food of France, served at several famous restaurants and bistros throughout the Strip, that makes Las Vegas a world-class destination. Bon appetit.
Culinary icons and French chefs have said bon voyage to their hometowns and native countries to open up establishments along the Strip, serving French classics as well as new interpretations ranging from foie gras to artichoke and black truffle soup. The stars include Thomas Keller behind Bouchon Bistro, Guy Savoy behind his self-titled restaurant located within the Augustus Tower of Caesars Palace, and chef J. Joho behind modern interpretations of French classics at Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Whether you’re looking for elegant meals served next to a Picasso or a fresh-baked pastry packed with French flavor, these are the best French restaurants on the Strip.
Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace Las Vegas
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Wednesday through Sunday 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Guy Savoy’s Las Vegas restaurant has earned Michelin Stars and wide praise for his signature dishes such as his foie gras, the Colors of Caviar and an artichoke and black truffle soup.
In addition to a bread cart brimming with freshly baked goods, Restaurant Guy Savoy also offers a unique chef’s table experience. The six-seat table provides guests with an intimate view of the kitchen while enjoying a tasting menu paired with Krug Champagnes.
Bouchon Bistro at The Venetian Resort
3355 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Monday to Friday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday through Sunday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Bouchon Bistro is James Beard award-winning chef Thomas Keller’s venture into the classic French bistro. Known for his Napa Valley landmark The French Laundry, Keller has earned multiple Michelin stars including for Bouchon.
Ranging from weekend brunches to French classic entrees like steak frites—pan-seared prime flat iron with caramelized shallots served with French fries—Bouchon’s menu prioritizes the best ingredients available each day.
The restaurant also features a raw bar with select oysters on the half shell and many other Fruits de Mer. Meals are paired with Vin de Carafe, a unique wine program that brings recognition to local wine producers.
Picasso at Bellagio Las Vegas
3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Wednesday through Sunday 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Award-winning chef Julian Serrano combines French and Spanish cultures at Picasso, serving modern classics through a Prix Fixe Menu of four to five courses.
Whether you’re feeling adventurous and want to try the Warm Quail Salad or Roasted Pigeon, or you plan on enjoying the Sautéed Branzino with court bouillon sauce, Picasso has a variety of options, including a specially-designed vegetarian menu.
The atmosphere alone is worth the experience as dinner guests will be surrounded by Pablo Picasso’s paintings and charming ceramic pieces while enjoying a selection of more than 1,500 wines from top European vineyards.
Joël Robuchon at MGM Grand
3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
Thursday through Monday 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
With three Michelin Stars to boast, Joël Robuchon might be one of the best French restaurants in all of Las Vegas.
Chef Robuchon is known for being the highest ranked chef in the world with over 30 Michelin stars and has made his MGM Grand French restaurant his home.
From elaborate plating presentations that are only outperformed by their flavors, Robuchon’s dishes are ever changing and iconic. From foie gras to amuse bouche, from sea urchin to truffles langoustine, Robushon serves up an admired 17-course meal that will provide a taste of every province throughout France, from every century it has thrived.
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Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas
3655 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Sunday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Across from the Bellagio Fountains sits a traditional Parisian cafe patio where Executive Chef Vincent Pouessel celebrates French culture, serving up everything from Escargots de Bourgogne with garlic-herb butter to Bone-In Filets with truffle béarnaise sauce.
Whether you’re looking for a traditional bowl of French Onion Soup, or desserts like classic Profiteroles filled with vanilla ice cream and homemade double chocolate fudge, Mon Ami Gabi has a variety of inclusive options for everyone, including both vegan and gluten-free menu features.
Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas
3655 Las Vegas Blvd, S Las Vegas, NV 89109
Monday through Thursday 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
On top of the 11th floor of an Eiffel Tower replica at Paris Las Vegas is chef J. Joho’s award-winning French restaurant.
With beautiful views and delicious food, Eiffel Tower offers seafood towers with lobster, crab, oysters and clams, along with a wide selection of caviars including a trilogy of imported osetra caviar.
The stars of the show are the Beef Wellington served with sautéed snap peas and the roasted rack of lamb, served with French flageolets, baby turnips, and tarragon jus.
Listed as one of the most romantic restaurants in the United States by major publications, Eiffel Tower also offers several proposal packages for those hoping to pop the question before popping their celebratory champagne.
Bardot Brasserie at ARIA Las Vegas
3730 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Wednesday and Thursday 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday through Sunday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
With a unique happy hour and a wide range of traditional French entrees, it is Bardot’s brunch from Friday through Sunday that has earned chef Michael Mina’s restaurant high praise and acclaim.
Brunch specials include a diverse pastry basket, prime steak tartare, several different benedicts, and their highly desired ‘Le Fromage.’ The cheeses range from Couronne de Fontenay goat to Roquefort Aop sheep, and all six options can be tasted alongside seasonal fruit, house-made jams and candied hazelnuts.
Le Cirque at Bellagio
3600 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas, NV 89109
Thursday through Sunday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
With over 900 international selections of fine wine curated by two of the world’s top sommeliers, La Cirque is all about pairing. Matching the Ossetra Caviar with the perfect glass of champagne, pairing the Hawaiian Kampachi with intimate surroundings designed by Adam D. Tihany, and bringing the brilliant colors of the lakeside directly to your table, chef Sirio Maccioni’s award-winning restaurant is the perfect place to drift into the French landscape through food and ambiance.
For more international delights, try some of the Indian restaurants in Las Vegas for fun food flavors that will inspire the palate as French food does.
Enjoy French Fare in Las Vegas
Whether you’re looking for a glass of fine European wine and a romantic night to remember—or just a quick bite to satisfy those French cravings for a light and fluffy pastry—there’s a variety of French cruising and culture that line the Las Vegas Strip ready to satisfy your desires.
If you want to keep your French adventure alive throughout the night, stop by the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas after your meal with that special someone and enjoy the sights and sounds of France with all the excitement that Las Vegas has to offer.
Frequently Asked Questions About French Restaurants on the Strip
What is France’s most popular food?
Although known for a number of dishes, cassoulet is typically the top dish in the country. Cassoulet is a hearty slow-cooked casserole with meat, pork skin and white beans. It is a staple in international dining choices.
Who is France’s most famous chef?
France’s most famous chef is widely regarded as Paul Bocuse. Bocuse passed in 2018, but his legacy lives on as his home base of Lyon has been nicknamed the “French Capital of Gastronomy.” There are a number of famous French celebrity chefs in Las Vegas that cook with similar practices.
What is France’s most famous restaurant?
Known for its many eateries, France has a long list of great establishments. However, Le Fouquet’s has been a staple of the region since 1899. It is not only known as an iconic dining spot in Paris, but it also is regarded for holding the annual post-dinner celebrations for the Cesar Awards ceremony, dating back nearly half a century.