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
yellow chartreuse, yuzu, ginger syrup
calvados | gin | cognac
As always great food but it felt like they were in a hurry to get the table turned over even though there were plenty of empty tables and we received the bare minimum of attention as did the other customers next to us. Also, presentation has fallen off. Bloody Mary's served with a dried out garnish and mediocre plating of the entrees. I expected that little extra when bringing guests to such a highly rated restaurant. We ordered drinks and the cheese board along with 4 entrée. I would expect they would give us time to enjoy our cheese and drinks for a little while before bringing out the mains. Nope. We had not even finished 1/2 of our drinks and cheese board when they started bringing out the main courses. We didn't even have room on the table for everything and had to start consolidating, get rid of our bread plates, slide this over here, move our water glasses to the edge of the table, etc... Thoughtless servers and runners. Also, make sure to tip a specific amount because if you select a % of the machine they give you to do your own bill, very classy by the way, it over tips. I selected 18%, I usually tip 20-25% of bill before tax, and it calculated 22% on the total including tax. Tip should have been about $35 and they hit me for $43 and change. Not crying over $8 but really, that's how they want to treat their customers? I guess they serve mostly tourist but as a local they lost my business and will no longer recommend to my customers. I make at least 1000 restaurant recommendations a year and premium dine out 2-3 times a week.
Friendly service. Very attentive. Food was delicious! We all had a great time.
I've been a frequent guest at Bardot, but it's really lost of a lot of the special attributes that made me so enthusiastic. Shrimp cocktail was fine, but not special.
The $96 steak frites au poivre was really a ridiculous large steak intended to justify the high price. The fries weren't the wonderful beef fat fries I loved in past visits. And the peppercorn sauce was not great. I think the whole experience is good enough for average Las Vegas guests, but this is supposed to be a great experience and it used to be all that.
Great spot for a special occasion or dinner splurge. We had a marvelous time--the Beef Wellington was amazing and we ordered a bottle of champagne that was stored off the table area and our glasses magically refilled throughout our dinner. From start to finish, everything was superb and the restaurant was gorgeous.
We sat on the "patio" outside of the restaurant. We enjoyed that atmosphere, and it seemed much quieter than inside.
I asked our wonderful server if we could do a chef's menu for the evening (we were a four-top), and she happily obliged. Literally everything was delicious and well-paced. The portions were perfect.
Go here and let them treat you!
Good food, great ambience, excellent staff and service!
Always good food. And always terrible and snooty service. I simply remind myself that the servers and hostess must really hate their lives to be so rude.
So happy that this restaurant is coming out ahead from all of the Covid struggles. The restaurant was packed and the energy was high! We ordered several options to share and everything was fantastic - from the Pastry basket to the beef tartare, deviled eggs and cheese varietal to the Croquet madame…. Our waiter John was stretched but he made sure we were never without a cocktail. LOL.
Would definitely recommend! With a new exec chef at the helm they have not missed a beat! Looking forward to going back!
For my birthday we dined at Bardot and it was amazing! After a few delicious courses, they surprised me with a small birthday dessert.
The food was great, the presentation was beautiful but our waiter wasn't very friendly. I would recommend and I will be back in the future.
Wonderful service, food and setting. Highly recommend.
Delicious food cooked to perfection !
The restaurant was not very busy and the food was lovely, but for whatever reason around the desert this awful smell like sulfur/ sewage filled the restaurant and made it impossible to stay
The overall experience was a positive one.
Drinks were slow coming from the bar.
Service was good but not great.
Excellent food and service. The money is worth it.
Enjoyed this place very much
Extremely loud you can’t talk with your date.
The food was good. Our server never took our drink order and came by only 3 times during our whole meal. Would of spent much more but no service.
They sat me(a large man) at a tiny table with very uncomfortable chairs. So as a local won’t be back.
We have been to Bardot at least 5 times previously and this time was 100% the best it has ever been. Our waitress was OUTSTANDING!! I don’t know her name but she was a short lady with blonde hair and an accent. She was fantastic! Food and drink were excellent as well. We will definitely be back on our next Vegas trip.
The food was great
Excellent in all respwcts
Great food and amazing serves!
Just too expensive for the food which was the same quality as a $$-$$$ restaurant.
We went there because of My mom birthday, almost everything was delicious, but the onion soup wasn’t good as it should be in a French restaurant and the French toast too sweet, I didn’t like at all the almond syrup
My friends and I had brunch at Bardot Brasserie and it was the best dining experience we had during our trip to Las Vegas. Our experience got off to a bit of a rocky start when the hostess said we had to change tables for a reason that was later explained. But our server, Oscar, more than made up for the snafu and the manager apologized as well. Oscar was OUTSTANDING and made my birthday brunch a really fun and memorable experience. We ordered the ouef mimosa to start. Amazing! My friends had the Hunters Waffle and the quiche. I had the crab benedict. Every dish was absolutely outstanding and large enough to feed two people. They also have a special mimosa with cognac. Highly recommend! We will definitely be back and I encourage anyone looking for a nice brunch experience in Las Vegas to dine here! Ask for Oscar's section!
Had a wonderful brunch here. We were very full at the end! The French toast is a brick of a piece of brioche, the bacon is to die for, really enjoyed the French pastries and the avocado toast is very good as well. A very French atmosphere.
So amazing! Made our anniversary so special!
My fifth visit. I've never had bad food. Everything except for the dessert was underseasoned and bland. Onion soup just looked like dirty water once I tasted it, no onion flavor. King Caesar endive was mediocre. The crab had great flavor but there was almost no dressing and the endive was super tough. Gnocchi was anything but Gnocchi. Tasted like undercooked mashed potatoes deep fried and seared on the ends. Even the baguette was burnt on the entire bottom. The chocolate dessert was rich and delicious. And the French 75 cocktail was amazing as always. Overall I left disappointed.
Very disappointed, I expect more from a Michael Mina restaurant. The noise level was very loud, we had to practically scream across the table. The food was sub par. Several things were not available on the menu. The beef tartare and endive salad were way overdressed. Beef Wellington was surrounded by so much truffle it overpowered the dish. Desserts were both dry and too sweet. You can find a much better experience in Las Vegas.
brunch: great food, great service, a must visit when in Las Vegas!
Great food. Server wasn’t happy when he found out there were split checks.
It was one of the best restaurants my wife and I have ever been to. Great food, amazing service, and was a perfect brunch spot! Great endless bubbles as well
We were really looking forward to this meal, we dined here in 2018 and had a fantastic experience. Unfortunately, much has changed. The service was sub-par. We arrived shortly after opening and waited 20 mins just to order our food despite the restaurant being very empty. The Sommelier did not approach despite requesting a wine list. The Soupe a l’oignon was a significantly smaller portion and it was very disappointing to see that they no longer serve it in the proper soup tureen. The cheese was not executed properly and was sinking into the dish instead of forming a crust over the top of the vessel. On top of that, it was served luke warm. We also ordered the steak frites and while the meat was done perfectly “à point”, we received an off-cut of the meat that did not resemble a skirt steak and was laden with connective tissues. We were so disappointed by this meal that we skipped dessert. We will not return. This used to be our favourite French bistro state side, but it seems they are catering to a different type of palette and crowd now. One that puts “place to be seen” ambience over impeccable food and service. For $350 USD we expected a lot more.
The food and service were amazing! Unfortunately, we were seated behind a wall so I wasn’t able to experience the ambiance of the restaurant. I would definitely return but ask to be seated in the main dining room.
We had brunch on June 26,2021. It was our first time to dine at this restaurant. We were very impressed with the courteous staff and the most amazing breakfast dishes that immediately we requested for a table the following day June 27,2021.
Our server John L is AMAZING! He was very attentive and when he found out I can’t book the june 27 online he went to the front and booked us a table! ABOVE AND BEYOND, service!
We will comeback in November and every time we are in Vegas.
Excellent service and dishes!
Great service, food and atmosphere. Will definitely visit again.
I love the signature dish, FrenchToast. I took my husband to Las Vegas for his favorite brunch for Father’s Day. We walked 18,000.steps and it was about 115 degree on our walk from the Wynn to the Aria. When we ordered and were told they were out of French Toast, it was a huge surprise and disappointment. Our bill was $104.00 for an ordinary meal. I am very disappointed in what was our high expectations of the restaurant, may not go back. They should have been prepared for a special day.
Not as good as I expected.
Lamb good flavor but not very crispy
I was so excited to try Bardot, but I was supremely underwhelmed by my experience. The steak, which was supposed to be the star of the show — and which the waitress enthusiastically recommended — was average, at best. Major disappointment. There are many better options in Las Vegas.
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 4.6 stars by 2004 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.