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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 Chef Crain rediscovers the classics, using historical reference points and classic French techniques, combined with a modern approach.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
Fantastic evening. The salads were fresh and delicious. The escargot were sensational. If you like escargot, do not miss these. The Beau Soleil oysters were fresh and scrumptious. The steak frites were outstanding, especially the frites they are among the best in the U. S. The waiter, Coby, was delightful. And the bus man, Walter, was an artist of excellent and elegant service. We've been to Bouchon a number of times and this was the best.
We came again on December 14 looking forward to celebrating our anniversary. Unfortunately, this visit turned out to be a great disappointment. My wife ordered the Rib Eye steak ($59) on the advice of the very good waitress. I ordered the French Onion soup followed by the seared Hudson Valley Foie Gras. We also had a cocktail each and a bottle of Zinfandel.
Well, my wife’s steak turned out to be very tough and ultimately not edible. I also tried a piece of the steak which clearly was tough) and the waitress apologized, offered to bring something else (but at this point it was too late) and ultimately removed this charge from our bill which still turned out to be $180 with, sadly, my wife not having eaten anything but bread. Despite this I enjoyed my food and the service was attentive and responsive. However, clearly this should not happen at this caliber restaurant.
I love everything about Bouchon. I love the fact that it is located many floor above the casino. I love the fact that it is very much a French Bristo. The wait staff are very attentive, nice, and accommodating. The food is amazing, mussels & frites, charcuterie, oysters, and the Bouchons (brownies) on top of a smear of Italian Meringue with peppermint ice cream was amazing.
I had wanted to visit Bouchon for a long time and finally had a chance during my last visit to Las Vegas. I was not disappointed. I surprised by the portion size. Because of our short visit, we fit in a breakfast at Bouchon. The portions were enormous. I had expected a more reasonable size so make sure you go hungry. I had the chicken and waffle. So tasty, but I could only eat a quarter of the waffle and the leg and thigh of the nearly half chicken. My friend ordered the Croque Madame and could only eat 1/2 of the sandwich.
Again, such a wonderful restaurant but go when you are hungry! Loved it.
A second review to point out that service can be a key differentiator to a good experience. Both times we went this week, the food was out of this world! One time, the service was impeccable; the other time, it was just fair. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Thomas Keller's food, but the lesser service experience did not do it justice, while the better one elevated it even further.
The experience blew all of us away--Obviously the food was amazing, but the overall experience was elevated thanks to impeccable service. To make a foodie and three IT nerds with wildly different expectations feel like it was an amazing evening takes skill and expertise. Much appreciation to our server that evening.
Service was outstanding but it was not the experience I tought i would be.
Receptionist were friendly , the ambiance we loved plus our waiter Andrea was phenomenal.
Some little things happened like when we order onion soup they forgot to bring spoons and we had to ask for some 10 minutes later.
I had hight expectations on food taste however I was a bit dissapointed. Onion soup was meh, it lacked seasoning and i could only taste the melted cheese, on the other hand the bloody mary i ordered was really really good. Finally the burguer I had did not have any flavor in fact i had to order a box to go because I did not eat it even half of it.
I hope my reviews are seen in a constructive way to improve the food quality on this restaurant because after my own experience I hardly go back to eat at this place.
Last but not least the ambiance its spectacular as well as the furnishing, Andrea our waiter was exceptional and made our morning really good.
My salmon was overcooked. I asked for medium to medium rare and it came out well done. Other meals at the table had the same issue. In addition, one person ordered Lamb and ended up sick. Finally our reservation was for 8:15 and we didn't get seated until 8:45. All around just a poor experience.
We have dined here for many years and over this time have found that the menu hasn't changed, Leg of Lamb, Idaho trout, Steak & Frites, Mussels & Frites Grilled Cheese. It is kinda sad because Thomas has a great deal to offer but it is not shown in the menu, flavors and creativity are lacking. The wine list is large but the list for "by the glass" is limited to one per varietals. I will continue to watch in hopes for some changes.
I will close by saying the the prices are very reasonable and in comparison to other restaurants on the low side, I would be willing to pay more if the menu showed more creativity.
I was there for breakfast on Sunday. They had a special on the menu that I absolutely loved. Blood Sausage with eggs and a croissant. I have not had Blood sausage in a really long time. It is difficult to find in the US. This is a European delicacy. It was amazing, I was in heaven!
We were a party of 10 for Thanksgiving dinner, although we didn't eat the turkey, the meals were fantastic. Our server, Cady, was well informed, articulate, and very helpful on everything, I can't say enough about him. We ran the gamut of the menu, started with the Grand Plateau, which is great appetizer for 10, a variety of seafood to include mussels , and trout, several steaks and everything was outstanding. Can't say enough about this restaurant our experience was over the top.
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