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About Bouchon at The Venetian
Bouchon is located in the Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino, Venezia Tower. Renowned designer Adam D. Tihany has masterfully created a beautiful interior that features a magnificent French pewter bar, a vibrant mosaic floor, deep blue velvet banquettes, antique light fixtures and an expansive hand-painted mural by noted French artist Paulin Paris. The exquisite décor is the perfect setting for Bouchon’s culinary delights. Chef Crain rediscovers the classics, using historical reference points and classic French techniques, combined with a modern approach. The menu offers classic bistro dishes including steak frites, roasted chicken, quiche, brandade, boudin noir, pot de crème and profiteroles. The selection of fruits de mer is celebrated as one of the finest in Las Vegas. The seasonal menu changes throughout the year and is enhanced by a blackboard menu featuring the best products available each day. Flawlessly executed in every aspect, Bouchon delights both the palate and the eye.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday thru Thursday, 7:00am – 1:00pm ~ Brunch: Friday - Sunday, 7:00am - 2:00pm ~ Oyster Bar: Daily, 3:00pm – 10:00pm ~ Dinner: Nightly, 5:00pm – 10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Free hotel and valet parking is available at the Venetian.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Bouchon can accommodate your special event from intimate private dinners for 10 guests to large cocktail receptions for up to 400 guests. The restaurant boasts two private dining rooms and a breathtaking outdoor courtyard area. Buy outs for the restaurant are also available.
Bouchon at The Venetian Ratings and Reviews
Bouchon is one of our go-to restaurants when we have family or friends visiting us in Vegas. The service is always good, but like our last visit, usually great. The staff is knowledgable about the food, wine, and cocktails. They often go out of their way to relate interesting information, making Bouchon a dining experience. The food is consistently high quality and relies more on the quality/freshness of ingredients than over-the-top preparations. Being traditional French bistro fare, it has something for picky eaters as well as foodies. Everyone in our party leaves happily satisfied every time we've eaten here.
It was surprisingly kid friendly. They had coloring pages, staff was amazingly courteous and friendly. They had kid portions at kid pricing. The croque madame was “the best thing” my son had ever tasted. Fries were on point. Unfortunately, the steak frites were under seasoned and over cooked, which surprised me considering I’ve been to Bouchon in Yountville and expected the same food in Vegas. Service was impeccable.
We opted for dinner at Bouchon in Las Vegas after having enjoyed Bouchon in Yountville. We were rewarded with the same wonderful dining experience, albeit it in a much larger venue. The size of the place did not diminish the high standards. The food is excellently prepared bistro food - crisp, perfectly seasoned fries and tender, flavorful steaks and mussels. The Bibb salad is reason enough to go again and again. Service is professional and friendly.n. This is simple bistro food done to an extraordinarily high degree that holds its own against anything Vegas has to offer.
I ordered a $60 steak bouchon and was sick immediately after for the rest of the night. Had to cancel all my plans, next morning was still feeling terrible. My dish was steak, mashed potatoes and bearnaise: one of the three was bad if not all three. It’s absolutely scandalous that a place like this, so expensive and snobbish, would serve such bad food. I’m appalled, do not recommend and would not go back
So, so many Superchef restaurants in Las Vegas. Bouchon, in the Venetian, is among the most understated, but certainly not underrated, of the pack. Thomas Keller (of French Laundry fame) is behind this lovely European high-ceilinged cafe ambiance, friendly, professional staff and, of course, superb food. Not a huge menu, but ample variety and intelligently inventive. E.g.: to the best of my knowledge, they don't foam anything, but the flavor profile they bring to a perfect piece of trout is deliciously remarkable. Not superhip, or supercool, or stuffy, or ostentatious. Classy, and classic. We've eaten here dozens of times, never disappointed. Breakfast and brunch are especially special: that's when the pastries come out. Want to know how a croissant should really taste? Or a Danish? Mr. Keller will be happy to oblige. Complete with homemade jams and chilled (not so-hard-it'll-rip-your-pastry-apart-when-you-try-to-spread-it) butter. A lot of little details like that. You will be forgiven for weeping with joy after tasting their pecan rolls. In a word: Go!
Food and service was great. We had to select from the Christmas menu. My escargot was delicious and prime rib was tender. My husband’s roast chicken was perfectly cooked. Our dessert selections of baked Alaska and Savarin, a citrus soaked brioche with vanilla diplomat were amazing! We would definitely come back again.
Great food, fresh seafood, try the truffle fries! Good portion, Steak came with lots of fries. Escargot with puff pastry was a delight. The showstopper were the desserts, creme brûlée and apple tart a la mode mmmm! A bit hard to find since it is tucked away on the tenth floor and have to ride a guest elevator up. Classy environment with bar seating and great service. Would recommend!
We had a late reservation and was seated promptly. The waiters were ok but not very attentive to us -Interrupting conversations without excusing himself and a bit aloof. Food arrived quickly but they didn’t know who ordered what. It was an average dining experience. Nothing to make it stand out.
Food is excellent here, but service is the worst in Las Vegas and the Chef is NOT FRIENDLY.
I know how bad our anniversary celebration turned.
The chef passed cross our table over 7 times but never bothered to stop or to apologize for his staff mess of what is supposed to be a well coordinated occassion.
Chef Even didn’t bother with a small cake and candle.
I think the chef and staff should dine at Chica and learn how to treat customers on special occasions.
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