Comme Ca - The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Comme Ca - The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Comme Ca - The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

  • Dining Style: Casual Dining
  • Website: http://www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com/taste/restaurant-collection/comme-ca.aspx
  • Phone: 7026987910x
  • Hours of Operation:
    Lunch: Friday - Sunday I 12PM - 5PM

    Dinner: Monday - Sunday I 5PM - 11PM

    Happy Hour: Daily 5PM - 10PM (Bar and Lounge Area Only)
  • Payment Options: AMEX,Carte Blanche,Diners Club,Discover,JCB,MasterCard,Visa
  • Cuisine: French
  • Executive Chef: David Myers / Brian Howard
  • Dress Code: Casual Dress
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar

Getting there

  • Cross Street: Harmon Avenue
  • Public Transit: Las Vegas Transit 24 hrs
  • Parking: Private Lot
  • Parking Details: Private lot and valet is available.
A word from Comme Ca - The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Created by acclaimed Los Angeles chef, David Myers, Comme Ça is a lively and modern French brasserie with an emphasis on quality ingredients. Comme Ça serves traditional fare with a unique David Myers spin: accessible yet provocative, delicious yet chic. In addition to an impressive wine selection, Comme Ça offers a menu of seasonal handcrafted classic cocktails shaken with modern sensibility. Enjoy a signature dish, such as Roasted Beef Marrow & Oxtail Jam, while overlooking the lights of Las Vegas on Comme Ça’s breathtaking terrace.
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Comme Ca - The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas reviews from OpenTable diners
72 reviews since May 22, 2014
Overall Rating3.8
  • Food3.9
    Service4.1
  • Ambiance4
    Noise LevelModerate
76% of reviewers would recommend this restaurant to a friend.
scenic view (45)fit for foodies (39)special occasion (26)romantic (22)good for groups (22)notable wine list (16)great for outdoor dining (13)hot spot (13)vibrant bar scene (9)great for brunch (6)late-night find (5)great for lunch (2)neighborhood gem (2)Show More
  • Hip French Bistro
    OpenTable Diner Since 2006
    Dined on 1/13/2011
    French Bistro fare nicely excecuted. Ambiance is informal. Located in the hip Cosmopolitan Hotel.
    Special Features:
    scenic view
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Great cocktail selection but
    David
    Dined on 1/12/2011
    Great cocktail selection but food was uneven--great onion soup, so-so escargot, great bone-in filet, poor flat-iron steak. Frites were McDonald's level, no better. Our server was top-notch but for the most part, food was overly salted and not worth the money. If you want a French bistro in LV, go to Bouchon at the Venetian.
    Special Features:
    great for outdoor dining, late-night find, notable wine list, scenic view, hot spot
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Our window table overlooking
    OpenTable Diner Since 2009
    Dined on 1/12/2011
    Our window table overlooking The Strip was excellent for our late lunch. The vintage Chet Baker cocktail too me back. The carafe of house red we ordered was very good for a house wine and reasonably priced. The butter lettuce salad and roasted beet salad with a pistachio encrusted goat cheese ball were both excellent. My large portion of Chicken Diable was flavorful, but a little tough, and not as spicy as the name might suggest. Her Steak Frites was a tasty traditional brasserie entree, with the frites being really delicious. We both enjoyed the apple tart tatin. Some Calvados to flame over the top would have been a nice touch, but the bar had none. Our server did an outstanding job of pacing and presenting our meal.
    Special Features:
    good for groups, scenic view, great for lunch
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Very nice experience. Good
    Rufusfrankie
    Dined on 1/8/2011
    Very nice experience. Good food, excellent service and ambiance. Reasonably priced for a special dining experience.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, romantic, scenic view, hot spot
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate
  • This new restaurant at The
    OpenTable Diner Since 2009
    Dined on 1/7/2011
    This new restaurant at The Cosmopolitan Hotel has a lot going for it. The theme is a bit confusing, as the bartenders and wait staff are dressed like cowboys and the menu has a steer on it. It really doesn't make sense. However, the food was delicious and the portions were generous. We had a salad, the duck, the moules frites and profiteroles for dessert. (The fries were very salty. Best profiteroles I've had in the US. They leave the chocolate sauce "boat" on the table so you can have as much as you want. The restaurant had very loud music. We noticed that the loud music theme was through out the entire hotel. That was a bit unnerving. A stop at the Chandelier Bar for a drink beforehand made the night complete.
    Special Features:
    vibrant bar scene, fit for foodies, special occasion, hot spot
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • outstanding onion soup, extremely
    excellent
    Dined on 1/4/2011
    outstanding onion soup, extremely tasty bouillabaisse - highly recommended
    Special Features:
    vibrant bar scene, fit for foodies, good for groups, great for outdoor dining, notable wine list, special occasion, hot spot
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • My partner an I had dinner
    OpenTable Diner Since 2010
    Dined on 12/28/2010
    My partner an I had dinner there this week and I was impressed with most things about the restaurant. The staff and the service were impeccable. He ordered a beet salad and the onion soup gratinee; both French bistro classics. Both were delicious, as I tasted them myself. I ordered the pork belly cassoulet, another bistro staple. It was very bland, much more so than anything with pork belly should be and at $32 was overpriced. Most everything else on the menu seemed more reasonably priced, but I really wouldn't have minded if it had been delicious. I don't want to dig on the food, because my partners meal was both tasty and well priced...it was like we'd ordered from two different restaurants. We will definitely go back.
    Special Features:
    vibrant bar scene, fit for foodies, great for outdoor dining, notable wine list, romantic, special occasion, scenic view, hot spot
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate
  • I used to love this restaurant
    OpenTable Diner Since 2007VIP
    Dined on 12/28/2010
    I used to love this restaurant when they first opened in Los Angeles... Comme Ca was amazing for a year and then something (I'm not sure what?) changed. The frisee salad which used to be one of my favorites (and rivaled Balthazar in NYC) has become soggy... I didn't even finish it. I must also mention that when the frisee first came to the table the bacon was not cooked, it was barely warm so we sent it back. This was the third trip in a row that I was not satisfied with so it was probanly my last. I have to say though that the one in LA and the one in Las Vegas are about the same so the change in quality may have been a result of changes in the menu? In my opinion it didn't work. All of that said... They still have the best Pomme Frites.
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Food - the starters were nice
    OpenTable Diner Since 2006
    Dined on 12/27/2010
    Food - the starters were nice but the main course the lobster was rubbery obviously frozen and bland - the steak okay but way too pricey for what you got - the starters were very good the beat salad very nice and escargot done nicely - the ambiance and service is where I take issue - I hate it when restaurants come to Vegas and don't treat it with the respect it deserves - Parisian maps drawn on walls that in mo way represent the cities - - don't know when Hotel Meurice moved from the 1st to the 13th buy it is there - The service was very slow and inattentive - we are still waiting for our bread.
    Special Features:
    great for outdoor dining
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate
  • My friend and I visited Comme
    OpenTable Diner Since 2008
    Dined on 12/26/2010
    My friend and I visited Comme Ca because we had been hearing from some people we know that it was very good. They were right! The food was excellent, and our server, Keith, was very knowledgeable about the food and the cocktails. We look forward to visiting Comme Ca again.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, notable wine list, scenic view
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • We dined here Christmas Eve,
    OpenTable Diner Since 2010
    Dined on 12/24/2010
    We dined here Christmas Eve, hoping for a true french bistro dinner. As a former New Yorker and a visitor to France, is was a great foodie experience. The service was attentive and knowledgable, the kitchen a tad slow--but allowable having been open only 2 weeks. The view of the strip is incredible! We can't wait to come back to try other dishes.
    Special Features:
    vibrant bar scene, fit for foodies, good for groups, great for outdoor dining, romantic, special occasion, scenic view, hot spot
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Comme Ca was wonderful, we
    OpenTable Diner Since 2010
    Dined on 12/23/2010
    Comme Ca was wonderful, we were greeted right away and even seated early, at my request they even seated us by the window. Our server was very friendly and helpful. The food was Awesome, my husband had the pork chop and it was huge! My duck was cooked perfectly and rest on a bed of super thin small potatoes that were delish! Dessert was devine! I would recomend this place anyday of the week!
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, romantic, special occasion, scenic view, hot spot
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate
  • My husband and I enjoy French
    OpenTable Diner Since 2010
    Dined on 12/23/2010
    My husband and I enjoy French food and this new twist on the French Bistro did not disappoint. The entrees were mouth watering and the beef melted in your mouth. The fries are off the charts...addictive. Dessert was a fabulous finish and the coffee was piping hot and rich with flavor. The staff are professionals and extremely attentive and knowledgeable. The disappointments were the appetizers lacking more seasoning/flavor which was not a good way to start off the meal and the music was targeted for a younger crowd. Even at 8 pm when I would have preferred to finish my meal with the echoes of a traditional bistro restaurant, we were overpowered by techno music which would have been better suited for a couple of hours later. Overall fab!
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, late-night find, notable wine list, romantic, special occasion, scenic view, hot spot
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Dining at Comme Ca was a good
    OpenTable Diner Since 2010
    Dined on 12/21/2010
    Dining at Comme Ca was a good experience overall. While I really like the decor, layout, view & overall look of the restaurant, I got a chaotic & somewhat impersonal feel. For food we started w/the crab cake- biggest crab cake I've ever had & lots of crab, barely any filling. Entrees: 1/2 lobster dish & skate. Lobster was ok, very small portion & a tad chewy. Skate was good, loved the capers, however the brown butter sauce it was prepared with was overly salty and a bit over powering. It was still good & worth trying, however I favor the skate at Mon Ami Gabi. I would highly recommend the crab cake for anyone dining here. I will definitely be planning a return visit.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, romantic, special occasion, scenic view
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate
  • We arrived and checked-in
    OpenTable Diner Since 2010
    Dined on 12/20/2010
    We arrived and checked-in with the hostess 2 min before our reservation (8 PM). We were told we'd have to wait a few minutes...no big deal. At 8:20 PM, I asked the hostess how much longer until we'd be seated. She asked me, "do you have a reservation?" I reminded her we had already checked-in. She said she'd been looking for us that our table had been ready for 10 minutes. We were 5 feet in front of her. She didn't look too hard. The bone-marrow appetizer was a 0 out of 5 (5 being the best). The rest of the dinner was a 3.5 out of 5...not bad. But the service was incredibly slow from start to finish. 20 minutes between dishes is way too long. Over 2 hours for the meal. Truly felt like amateur hour. Disappointing. We won't go back.
    Special Features:
    scenic view
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate
  • After receiving a tour the
    ottawamirchi
    Dined on 12/19/2010
    After receiving a tour the night before, we changed our standing reservations elsewhere to try this restaurant with high expectations. I made reservations on opentable right from my phone in advance. Initially, they tried to give us a table next to a loud and busy water station. It was 45 minutes before we could even get a drink from the bar. At that point, we left without trying to order the food - paid for drinks and walked out. The attempt is to be a young, hip, and french place but the menu is uninspired and does not match the loud and cold atmosphere. The inattentive management thanked us for our patronage as we walked out after continually avoiding our table as they walked around. Other tables appeared to also have complaints.
    Special Features:
    scenic view
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • The bouillabaisse was tasty
    OpenTable Diner Since 2010VIP
    Dined on 12/19/2010
    The bouillabaisse was tasty with fresh seafood. The menu had the typical French dishes including a nice apple tart; however, it's a little boring because it is typical. The service was good; the waitress did forget to give me bread/butter, but she and all the service were friendly, and I ended up with more than enough food any way after the main entre and dessert.
    Special Features:
    good for groups, romantic, scenic view
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Went for lunch on day 2 of
    uhockeyVIP
    Dined on 12/17/2010
    Went for lunch on day 2 of service. Excellent meal. Spoke to Chef Meyer for a bit and the space is breathtaking with a great view. Had the butternut squash bisque, charcuterie plate, Croque Madame, and Profiteroles - $50 w/ tax and tip. They serve Intelligentsia, the table bread is buttery and smooth, and my primary server was superb while the ancillary staff was competent. Large cocktail list, bigger dinner menu than lunch, and excellent execution on the plates I tasted - should prove a solid rival for Bouchon (or a place to eat lunch while Bouchon is only available for dinner and breakfast.)
    Special Features:
    vibrant bar scene, fit for foodies, great for outdoor dining, kid-friendly, notable wine list, special occasion, scenic view, great for lunch, hot spot
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate