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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- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Staff temperature check required
- Diner temperature check required
- Contact tracing information collected
brioche french toast, vanilla mascarpone, almond brittle, orgeat syrup
Prime Steak Tartare
ground to order, sauce verte, egg yolk, gaufrette potatoes
Chicken French Dip
gruyère cheese, mushroom bread pudding, haricots verts, vin jaune au jus, petite salad
Incredible food and service.
Overpriced food. Fancy names and descriptions for basic food. Service was great - but food was average at best and for the price - go somewhere else. Definitely NOT worth it.
Very slow service
Service was amazing. Delicious food b
Not a wonderful meal as expected. Mediocre at best.
Meh. Was really pretty average.
Sehr gutes Essen, aufmerksamer Service, schönes Ambiente. Einziger Punkt zur Verbesserung: der Rotwein wurde etwas zu kalt serviert.
We had a great meal. We felt the wine prices were a little overpriced.
Service is great overall however, it can be very slow particularly in-between courses.
best food and best staff.
The service was outstanding. The food was outstanding. The ambiance was too noisy and full of lively bustle for my taste. Authentic bistro vibe.
Bardot is one of our favorite restaurant on the Strip. Food is always excellent and service is always friendly and attentive !
It’s not fair to the server - because he was outstanding. But the food was cold and average.
Toast was cold, hash brown block was cold and the slabs of bacon were room temperature at best. But what made it even worse was the table they sat us at. There were many 2 top tables open. Maybe they felt my father wasn’t dressed well enough to be seen. I just felt like they were hiding us. And look at the view I had. Why is that even seen in the restaurant. That service area should be behind a wall or screened off from view. I know I would have rather seen a screen.
Based on the food and view, I would never return.
Entrance and exit are dangerous
Extremely loud and cramped restaurant. There is no dress code enforced so many people were dressed poorly and acted completely rambunctious. Michele Mina at the bellagio is much better in my opinion, if you’re set on going to one of his restaurants. The tables at Bardot were so close together that the servers butt was in my face while they took the table next to us order. Definitely not a romantic atmosphere. I suggest Picasso or cirque if you’re looking for something with amazing service and food.
Wonderful from start to finish!
Great dinner and great staff!
We got the bottomless mimosas and our most excellent waiter, Ace made sure we got our money’s worth. The brunch was delicious I recommend the croquet madame and Benedict’s. The pastries were also so flaky and yummy that we will definitely come again for brunch.
Great service and cool ambiance. Enjoyable dinner. Only wish it was a bit more secluded
Muy mala experiencia llegamos q la reservación 9:30 y nos presionaron para ordenar rápido y todo al mismo tiempo porque iban a cerrar la cocina, nos trajeron todo juntos se enfrió y el mesero pésimo servicio horrible
The brunch was absolutely to die for. I had the duck confit Benedict and it was cooked and served to perfection. I’ll be dreaming of it for years to come.
Bardot was not up to it’s usual 5 star rating. We missed the warm baguette that used to arrive at your table when seated. While the food was good, the French toast was not the showstopper we enjoyed previously…it was somewhat flat. The quiche was so packed with spinach and mushrooms that the creaminess of the egg custard was lacking. The crust was outstanding. Still a nice brunch but the extra touches were missing.
Unfortunately we did not have a good experience. My partner’s spaghetti was so salty it had to be sent back. By the time it finally came out I was already finished with my meal. No effort was made by the restaurant until we raised it as an issue with our waiter. The restaurant compensated our meal eventually but given the other options of restaurants in Las Vegas, we will not be returning to Bardot Brasserie!
Food wasn’t as good as usual. I had fish that was over cooked and salty and dry. My wife had scallops and they too were too salty where she couldn’t eat them. She refused sending them back because we were with other people and didn’t want to make a scene. We have eaten here many times before but the food wasn’t up to its usual standards. Not sure if we would go back when staying at Aria again.
Booked for a lunchtime. Tried Steak Tartare as an appetiser for the first time and it was heavenly. Had French Onion soup as entree and it was so cheesy. Absolutely divine.
Service was impeccable and the price point was within my budget. Happily eat here again
Celebrated a friends birthday at Bardot, The team was gracious and accommodating with the mixed age groups at the table and really handled the large table well. Spirit of the experience was wonderful, music, food, design were all on point. Really well done.
The food was out of this world, fresh baked pastries and perfect seasoning at every corner.
Seafood tower hugely disappointing, especially at $185!! Had one small piece of lobster, the rest was shrimp, clams, and oysters, no crab. Lamb chops ordered medium, came raw. Onion soup so bland could hardly be called onion soup. Expensive, and very average at best
Escargot was bland. They didn’t put any salt in this dish. My boyfriend ordered short rib, which was SUPER SALTY. We tried to eat it but it was just NOT EDIBLE. The couple sitting next to us said their steaks were also way to salty. We all refund these dishes and left the restaurant immediately. In addition to that - our server forgot our truffle fries. This is the worst French restaurant I’ve ever been to. I was really looking forward to this Thanksgiving date night, but everything was just ruined. Can’t use words to describe how disappointed I felt.
The service was wonderful. The bartenders were amazing, funny and knowledgeable. The food was wonderful!
Jon our waiter was very very good. This was the best
Food was amazing! Great service and overall experience. The table we were given was very narrow and crammed between two others. For such a great ambiance and restaurant, it would have been nice to have a more intimate seating arrangement to match everything else.
We dined here last night, & the service was excellent. The restaurant was not too loud or cold like other restaurants we’ve been to in Vegas. We got the following items:
French 75 ($16) - Def recommend if you like these
Onion Soup Gratinee ($19) - Our friends got this & seemed to enjoy it
West Coast Oysters (6 for $23) - My fiancé got this & seemed to enjoy them
Bread & the World’s Best Butter ($5): Honestly, the bread was average, & the butter was gold but kind of just tasted like Kerry Gold Butter, so I’d save your money & skip this one
Beef Wellington ($175) - On the one hand, this was excellent & can definitely be shared between 2 people (I would even say 4 people). On the other hand, this price tag is still pretty outrageous. It is the best Beef Wellington I’ve had to date though & definitely better than Ramsay’s.
Steak Frites Au Poivre ($98) - My fiancé ordered this medium rare, and while parts of it were medium rare, parts of it were definitely medium, & when you pay almost $100 for a steak, you expect them to get it right. When we pointed this out to our server though, she immediately acknowledged it was medium & not medium rare & ended up offering to either redo it or take it off the check. Because we had a show to get to, she took it off the check, which was extremely kind of her. The steak was still good, just not great or worth $96
Sautéed Spinach ($15) - We got this because we wanted some greens, but it was good but not amazing. If you want greens, get it. Otherwise, you can skip it
Macroni & Mimolette Gratinee ($19) - This was great mac n cheese, & I definitely recommend it. Very flavorful
Traditional Mille Feuille ($13) - I got this b/c almost every restaurant does creme brulee, so I try to get unique desserts. This was one was just okay though, & I ended up wishing I had tried the baked alaska instead
Overall, we really enjoyed this restaurant. It was pricey, but we felt it was worth it (more so than Bouchon). The service was excellent.
Lots of unique menu options which was why we chose to dine here. That said, the food was average compared to other options in Vegas. The price was reasonable, so overall I’d say it was an average dining experience. The noise level was really loud which killed the ambiance. Although the service was very expedient, it was almost too fast. Left with the impression they want you in and out to service as many customers as possible. It’s a fine balance. Was one of the only places I could get reservations during the thanksgiving holiday.
Happy Hour on Friday night? Yes please! We literally just started at the top of the menu and unfortunately had to stop before we tried it all. Fabulous!
Total disappointment for lunch. Very dark interior, nothing like photos. No natural light. Service impersonal & rushed. Food mediocre. Not fine dining. Was in las vegas for 24 hours. Wanted a special lunch spot for a birthday celebration. Wish i had gone elsewhere.
Anniversary and thanksgiving
Grand and much needed for a pre-Thanksgiving meal that the holiday likely won’t top!!
amazing food and staff! steak frites down just the right medium rare.
Bardot Brasserie by Michael Mina – ARIA offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (702) 590-8610.
Bardot Brasserie by Michael Mina – ARIA is rated 4.5 stars by 2118 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.