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About Aureole - Las Vegas
AUREOLE AT MANDALAY BAY TO REIMAGINE CONCEPT AND DESIGN
Aureole at Mandalay Bay will begin a restaurant transformation beginning Nov. 27, re-opening late December with an updated dining concept by renowned chef Charlie Palmer.
Palmer has tapped standout Las Vegas chef John Church to lead the kitchen as Executive Chef along with renowned wine and fine dining service authority Timothy Staehling to oversee restaurant operations as General Manager.
More details on Aureole’s transformations along with menu and design concepts will be made available in the coming weeks.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Monday: 5:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Tuesday: 5:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Wednesday: 5:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Thursday: 5:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Friday: 5:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Saturday: 5:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Mandalay Bay Rd
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Charlie Palmer catering can provide food and beverages for any occasion and party size. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.
Valet & Self-Parking Available
For detailed information about parking at any MGM Resorts destination, please visit mgmresorts.com/parking
Private Party Facilities:
Aureole's private dining rooms can accommodate events ranging from 12 to 100 guests. In addition, Aureole's Swan Court dining room can accommodate a cocktail reception for up to 250 guests or a seated dinner for up to 100 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Group Dining Reservations : (877) 414-6876
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Aureole - Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
Not the usual Aureole experience. While the food was good, the service seemed strained - condescending at times for not wanting the requested upsets. Disappointing as this has always been a favourite of ours. We will try one more time, and hope for a better experience, if not this one is off the list. Shame.
I was very disappointed with the experience. I selected the restaurant based on it being Michelin rated. However, of the 8 ppl in my
party only 2 ppl were satisfied with their meal. The restaurant is extremely quiet. It felt like we were dining with conservative uptight individuals. The waiter did his job but the interaction was not warm. As far as the food, the main complaint was a lack of taste. This included the salmon and chicken. I ordered the Chilean Sea bass, there was a sauce that topped the dish but it was a bit salt. The first was nothing to rave about. The selection and presentation didn’t our expectations. Expected more creativity and a much better taste.
This restaurant is all fake. Besides the nice decor, there is not much to like about this restaurant. The food was uninspiring; the server kept asking is the food was good, but never bothered to hear what we said, and it was a big disappointment overall. I wouldn’t recommend this restaurant unless you have low expectations.
This Michelin rated restaurant is certainly FAR from it's stars. The service, food and prices charged are NOT worth it. I ordered the seabass and had to send it back as it was overcooked and the soba noodles that came with it were beyond salty. They made a new one and it turned out even worse! Service was slow, the little details like coat check, and cleaning off crumbs from the table were not there. Asked if they had Bernaise sauce for the steak and they said they did and after ordering it they said they didn't. If they didn't we would have never ordered the steak. Overall, don't waste your time and money going there. We had stellar service and food at Lupo so I would suggest going there!
This was the second time we have eaten here. We weren’t greatly impressed the first time, but wanted to give it another chance. This will be the last time we eat here. Had the same server as the first time, he was friendly but quite slow. The food wasn’t what it should be, especially for the price point and for it being Vegas and so many other places nearby to compete with. We were deciding on menu choices and the gentlemen next to us overheard and recommended against what he was having. It was the halibut and it was overcooked and tasteless. The Caesar salad we ordered to share had absolutely NO flavor whatsoever. Tasted simply like the raw lettuce with brown edges that had been obviously chopped early in the day and sitting in a refrigerator somewhere. We have never sent something back as inedible...this was our first time doing so and to the server’s credit, he credited it back to us on our final check. The beef cheek ravioli was the best thing we had there, but it really wasn’t anything special. The calamari was interesting. Very thick breading and a tasteless sauce. Are you catching onto a theme here? My husband had the mushroom cavatelli. It wasn’t terrible. I had the king salmon and the Smokey flavor of it was quite good. We declined dessert because at that point we were just done. There weren’t even any wine angels that we saw the entire time we were there, and it was a pretty busy night. We did see one gentlemen float up for a bottle? For the price, you can get so much better service and food in Las Vegas.
Nothing like paying $180 for a meal for one to get 2 mediocre glasses of wine ($25 a glass for bottles that cost $30 retail), a plate of calamari (that was excellent) and a $60 ribeye I could have bought for $8 at the local grocery.
Ribeye should be well marbled of course, but I shouldn't have to repeatedly spit gristle that is as tough as rubber into my napkin . None of the rich, explosive tastes I expect from a ribeye were present. I expect to pay a premium in Vegas, no issue there, but the food was below average, both in core ingredient quality and preparation. Not below average for the price, below average for any price. This would have been an average steak at Denny's.
For those who may think this reactionary, this is the first review I've ever written here (or anywhere.) The steak and fries were that bad. Avoid.
Everything in Vegas is expensive the food wasn't that great I got beet salad that wasn't too tasty and the Caesar salad was excessively drowned on dressing the Sea Bass was good but didn't care for the sauce .Chocalate cake with ice cream sent back not good.
Honestly this used to be one of my favorite restaurants & a must whenever I'm in Vegas, but it's been a year 1/2 & things aren't quite what they used to be. Several wines were out of stock and the food wasn't quite up to par- it was good, but not fabulous like it used to be.
Great evening. We have been very happy with our few experiences. This evening's meal was fantastic with two of the best plates I've had in Vegas. The crudo and caviar was one of the best dishes I have had. The presentation Excellant with the blend of tastes I am still savoring the next day. And I tried the HEIRLOOM BEAN CASSOULET
For a main dish thinking it would be very flavorful and I was right. The tastes of the beans, roots and broccoli in various combinations brought a delightful variation to each spoonful.
Sorry to hear some less positive reviews. But I have nothing to say but superlatives. Thanks to Fernando for his Excellant service.
I have eaten there before. The placed was slammed this time. We waited 30 minutes for our table even though we had a reservation. Waited 15 more minutes for menus. Filet was dry and a little mushy, definitely not worth the price.
But the thing that finally got to me was that I mentioned on Open Table that this was my dad's birthday (it asks if it is a special occasion when you make the reservation). But I also discreetly mentioned it to the hostess when I checked in, and she said she'd take care of it. But when dessert came, they were just put on the table and the server left; no candle, no nothing. No major catastrophes, just a lot of small annoyances.
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