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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 Chef Crain rediscovers the classics, using historical reference points and classic French techniques, combined with a modern approach.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
We were looking for a place in Vegas that had good escargot AND we were looking for a bar that had an Absinthe fountain...lucky us, we found both in the same place! While waiting at the bar for our table, we noticed absinthe was on the drink menu so we asked an sure enough,they had a fountain and 7 diff types of absinthe! It was awesome and the bartender was super friendly and offered us water to help the experience...if you've done a STRONG absinthe with a fountain, you'd appreciate this! Dinner was equally superb. Large, delicious shrimp with fresh homemade cocktail sauce. Fresh begets and pistachios were brought to the table. The escargot...so tender and delicious, my husband just rolled his eyes in delight and was in heaven! Little tiny puff pastry on top of an escargot sitting in warm garlic butter! Dinner...I highly recommend the chicken and brusselsprouts. Very crispy roasted skin and super juicy! My husband had the rainbow trout, cooked excellent and we shared potato puree. Dessert was apple tarte with vanilla bean ice cream, super yummy! Excellent, friendly service. It is pricey but we'll worth it all! Our meal, not counting the absinthe, was $165 with tip.
My second time to Bouchon, and it did not disappoint. The service from the entire front-of-house staff was top-notch; friendly, attentive and professional, but not annoying. The food was well paced (incredibly, considering how many covers they turn out), and was absolutely delicious.
We started by sharing the charcuterie, which was very good. The country pate, especially, was a real treat. My wife had the french onion soup, which was very tasty, although she found the cheese a bit tough to manage. I had a salad with apples, walnuts and Gorgonzola, which was very well composed and beautifully presented (I almost felt bad cutting it up). She then had the ribeye which was perfectly cooked and very flavorful, accompanied by frites with truffle oil. The fries were delicious and abundant. I had the roasted chicken with brussel sprouts. The chicken was perfectly cooked, juicy with crisp skin, and was very flavorful (the pan jus was delicious). The brussel sprouts were a bit overcooked for my taste, but still not bad. We finished by splitting a lemon custard tart in a pine-nut crust. This was spectacular, with fresh, tart lemon flavors coming through, accented by the taste of toasted pine nuts.
Bouchon is a can't miss experience, and is a good value (for high-end Las Vegas dining) to boot. I'd highly recommend going.
Having eaten at Bouchon in Yountville, the quality of the food at the Las Vegas location was disappointing. Neither can compare to the French Laundry, but I did expect the two sister restaurants to be comparable. Cocktails were very good, however and the servers were very pleasant and helpful.
It wasn't bad, but it was remarkably unremarkable. We live in San Francisco, we are well-traveled and well-exposed to world restaurants at various dining levels from total dives to 3 stars. We came in with well-calibrated expectations that this is not The French Laundry and, as I said, it wasn't horrible, but we simply expected more finesse from a Chef Keller's establishment.
We had a very good dinner at Bouchon. The bread was to die for. I had the mussels, my daughter had the boudon noir and our friend had the duck confit. Very good. The dessert was outstanding. We shared the profiteroles and the mousse. Only downside is the restaurant is quite noisy when busy and quiet conversation was difficult.
Very nice, went with customers. We had a great time a few bottles of Château Neuf du Pape we had a sea food tower to share plus some more and I had Onion Soup & Braised Lamb Shank , mousse au chocolat and trilogy of port wine All was very good service was excellent. I thought the Lamb was missing a little something special. But all in all excellent meal with great people.
Enjoyed Bouchon. Was expecting a bit better in some areas as this is a Thomas Keller restaurant.
Bread with butter and the roasted pistachios- outstanding. Deviled eggs - ok since priced at $6.00 but wouldn’t really order again. Escargot - good but no wow factor. Hot King Crab - BEST we have EVER had. It was as if they were brined with herbs; Incredible!!! Lamb Shank - cruise ship good. Even the polenta could have used a little more flavor. Spoiled by Absynthe in Vancouver. Mushrooms - fantastic with the flavor I expected across the board. Creme Brûlée - good but thought that there was a little too much torch time and it could be tasted. I rated the noise high only because we were seated on one of those sprawling sofas with the seats situated across from it. Very loud fellow sat about 20 inches next to us. Hate that seating arrangement. Still, really enjoyed the outing and look forward to returning. Service was outstanding!!
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