Bardot Brasserie by Michael Mina – ARIA
Offering a subtle nod to Hemingway’s Paris, BARDOT Brasserie’s cocktail program is derived from classic cocktail recipes and incorporates eclectic French spirits with offerings such as the “Le Detroit” and the “And God Created Woman”. Also set to feature an array of new world and old world wine, BARDOT Brasserie’s wine program will focus on the regions of Burgundy, Bordeaux, the Rhône, Alsace and the Loire.
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This was our first visit to Bardot Brasserie. To start off, they honored our seating request, which was great. We began with a cocktail and started off with a great salad and some octopus, followed by gnocchi and steak frites as mains. This was accompanied by a nice bottle of french red wine recommended by the sommelier. We finished with dessert and a brandy. The service was great and all the food was nicely prepared and plated. We did not feel rushed. The atmosphere attempts to recreate a French bistro and presents a nice setting for the meal. We would return again for sure.
New item. Scallop ravioli ..... AMAZING
Disappointed that they ran out of beef Wellington. Ordered the lamb instead as recommended by server. The lamb wasn’t cooked properly. Side dishes were forgotten about by server. Overall not a great experience.
From start to finish the meal was everything we expected. Although pricey, service was impeccable coupled with touch notch quality. I am shocked that anyone would say otherwise. Would go back in a heartbeat!
We came in for a cheese plate and dessert before our show on a Wednesday evening. The place was crowded and we had high hopes for the place. Out of the three cheeses we ordered, only one was good and the other two were subpar blue and soft cheese. The grapes that were served with the cheese plate were delicious and very sweet. I asked a waiter where they shipped it from and he said he would have to ask the kitchen, but never came back to let me know the answer. He even passed by our table 2x after that... so not sure what that was about. The desserts were alright. We got a sampler which gave us a good idea of what the desserts were like. For the hype, I did expect it to be better. The desserts were better than average, but not as good as they could have been. For the price, there are other great places in Vegas.
Breakfast at Barot Brasserie was excellent. The french toast and different types of eggs benedict served inside croissants were outstanding.
Favorite brunch in Vegas!! Thank Britain for the great service :)
We had the pastry basket and the french toast. The Fench toast was wonderful and unique. Even the eggs tasting unusually good.
Came to Vegas with my husband and wanted great food in a casual environment and that exactly what we got. Fine dinning meaning superb food and excellent customer service without having to dress to impress. We were treated very well straight off of the plane not being able to get ready for dinner and worried about the dress code. No worries they will treat you very well where before we were told in other establishments you can’t wear flip flops ect... great that that doesn’t determine what “type customer” you are.
It was extremely noisy which made the overall experience a little disappointing. The lobster bisque was average. The pork chop and duck were delicious.
Little on the expensive side but food was good and server was exceptional
What drew me to Bardot was the promise of a great wine selection but what I found was mediocre wines at crazy markups. I'm guessing the are better suited for people who just equate price with quality. This was my only disappointing food experience on this Vegas trip. On a positive note, the oysters were good.
Shannon, our waitress, and the Manager went above and beyond to make our day special!
Our server was top notch. He did not over recommend, gave great wine recommendations and was sweet and kind the entire dinner. Portions were just right. I had the gnocchi, it was so so delicious! Getting to the restaurant was difficult as there is not much directions within the casino but we eventually found it.
This was a birthday dinner and a truly amazing dining experience. The rack of lamb was heavenly as well as the smoked pork chop. Everything was absolute perfection.
Service was really great - Our waiter, Esteve S., was the very best. Food was not as good as we expected.
The escargot dish was not up to French standards. The King Crab and Endive course was way too salty. We mentioned that to our waiter and he removed it from the bill. The winelist es extensive. Our sommelier was also excellent. He did not have the wine we ordered but had another year of the same wine - it was great.
Romantic and exceptional!!
Very nice Frenchy space. The little loaf of warm bread is so good, I’d like to smear it with a 1/2 a stick of butter and about 6 pieces of well-done bacon! Now to the French Toast, it really does live up to all the hype, the almond brittle is a perfect pairing, that obscene glob of sweetened buttery frosting and the little pitcher of syrup puts it all over the top. ( I’m pretty sure that over the top is also over 3000 calories per serving, but it’s Vegas Baby! ). The service was excellent, Daniel was great, friendly, plenty of coffee ( they froth the cream for the coffee ). Want to go back for the Prime Rib French Dip with Mimolette Fondue, hmmmm.
Great, but more vegetarian options would be much better.
Waiter a bit unattentive
Food is excellent !!!
Bardot Brasserie will always be one of my favorite restaurants to visit. You must try the French toast but I would recommend sharing so you can try other things too.
Great food and service as always.
Always great food and service. Must try the French onion soup with the add ins - quail egg, beef & truffle. Fantastic!!
I thought the food and service were both very good, but the noise level was almost unbearable. We were seated next to a party of six who were so loud that we almost asked the staff to move. But overall the restaurant already has a busy din... but this was seemed over the top.
Overall, it was excellent. Take a quick look at the menu - if you like the type of items you see, in general, you will like this place.
We have been coming here for years and always enjoy it. Food was excellent and service great! However, this time we had some type of buyer or manager or something eating one table over from us. Staff was constantly stopping by and chatting and hanging out. Ruined the general ambiance quite a bit. She was loud and frankly a bit annoying. Way too much attention towards her from staff on a Friday night.
Also, we ordered one of the special ‘detour’ wines and it was listed as a 2016, but brought us a 2017. It was a Pinot Noir so should’ve been priced cheaper but nope. Just the Sommelier saying they ran out of the 2016. Hmmmmm.
Food was good. Nothing I would kick my heels over. The service was amazing!
Wonderful food and impeccable service!
Very noisy. Tables too close together.
Great food, presentation and service.
Absolutely fantastic meal and wonderful service. My favorite restaurant in Vegas!
One of the best restaurants in Las Vegas. The Onion Gratin is delicious, the mimolette gratin is practically a work of art and the filet mignon is perfection.
Tried the Beef Wellington based on the video on the website, and it did not disappoint. Limited availability so ask if it is available if you are seated later in the evening. Plenty of food and then some for two. I enjoyed the decor and atmosphere. Service was a little sketchy; server seemed distracted by a larger party even though the place was relatively not busy. Expensive but worth it.
The ambiance was beautiful!
Best brunch in the city! The French toast is fantastic and they made it plain for us-just the way we love it. We took home the Nutella sticky bun. It was so delicious without being too sweet.
The food coffee & service exceeded our expectations
My husband and I ordered the escargot, Cesar salad, octopus and lobster bisque. It was our first time dining here. It was in our hotel and had great ratings so we decided to give it a try. The salad was over dressed and mostly cheese, hardly any crab, so we only ate a few bites. The bisque was good, but only 2 small pieces of lobster in each of our bowls. The escargot was very good and the octopus itself was good, but we were unable to eat the hard undercooked beans that were on the side. I think it would have been better if we had larger appetites and had ordered entrees. The entrees others near us had looked good. Maybe this is not a good place for small bites and drinks, or we just chose the wrong menu items.
Great food! Make sure to get the truffle fries!
Food was look warm and under cooked. Sommelier was disinterested at best to help with wine selection. Will not be back. Been going for several years everytime we come to Vegas. Very disappointed.