Picasso - Bellagio
It was a great evening with low music and beautiful view. The 5 course meal was delicious along with wine pairings. We had 5:30 reservations and needed to leave by 7:30 for a show across the street. We should have allowed another 30 minutes so we wouldn't have had to rush. Great, all the way around- just allow plenty of time if you have time constraints.
One of the most fabulous meals I have had
One of the most fabulous dining experiences I’ve ever had!
Great place. Service was amazing and the food was awesome.
This is one of the places that I would definitely recommend to a friend for a romantic dinner.
The wine pairings were a little off... an example; as sweet wine paired with Goose liver that was on the sweet side as well. I would have preferred a wine that highlights the dish, not in the same flavor notes.
Great dining experience!! Watching the water show was an added unforgettable plus. Food was excellent and well worth the price. Julian Serrano rocks!! Everything was perfectly cooked. My waiter Blake was efficient and pleasant, nice and loved his job. He made me comfortable from the moment I sat down. Some waiters are not like that.
Lastly, the Picasso art works were beautiful!!! Will definitely be back.
Outstanding experience on all fronts.
Patio is the best place to sit however I opted for dining room this visit and they oysters w caviar are the best I’ve ever had.
Amazing! The food, views, and service were all truly spectacular. We will definitely be back!
Excelente atención la comida deliciosa y el lugar increíble
My wife and I shared a wonderful Valentine's Day dinner at Picasso. As expected a "special" holiday price fix menu was on offer with no a la carte options. The base price was about $160 per person with ample upgrade opportunities. The wine list is amazing with offerings extending up into the stratosphere at $20,000 per bottle for a few rarefied selections. We were amused to imagine who might buy one. We found a nice half bottle of French chardonnay for $120 and a 2014 Beaucastel Chahteauneuf du pape for $225. We felt sort of frugal! Probably should have gone with wines by the glass in the neighborhood of $30 per serving. Wine markups seemed to be in the range of 350% over retail. We understand.
Picasso is expensive as are nearly all of the nicer restaurants on the strip. If you are willing and able to drop at least $500, and likely more, for a great dinner for two I would highly recommend Picasso. Great room, fantastic food and attentive, experienced and professional staff all contribute to a fantastic dinning experience. The fountains of the Bellagio, in close up view, out the main window add a magical touch.
Great view of the fountain
The food and service were excellent, really great. I was a little disappointed when I got the check, we had taken the 5 course menu which $128.00 plus a glass of wine each. They Our final check was almost $400. I know they are Michelin restaurant but then what sense does it make when you choose your menu and you end up paying more than 100 dollars of what you expected. If you are ready to spend this money on a night, go for it! the service and food are great.
Outstanding! The chef's tasting menu with wine pairings allows you to let the chef and sommelier do the work while you just enjoy the experience.
The price/quality ratio is not good at all.
The food was not good enough.
Birthday dinner good time
Fantastic place to celebrate ir just have a delicious dinner experience. Dont forget to ask for a table near the windows to enjoy the Bellagio fountains.
Lovely decor, and gracious (if slow service). The meal was good, but frankly not worth the price. Perhaps we were spoiled by dining the previous night at another restaurant at Bellagio.
We were looking for a quiet, upscale, memorable experience—and we got one. We ordered completely different menus and both raves over each course and it’s wine pairing. The breast of duck soup was terrific, and we both loved our unique styles of foie gras. The wine pairings were especially impressive. The sommelier described each and chose wines we would not have selected — each perfectly complemented our courses. Will definitely be back with other friends and business associates.
The food, the atmosphere, and the service were over the top!
One of my favorite places to celebrate big events in Las Vegas. The food is usually perfectly prepared and presented but this time was a bit different. Two of us had the sea bass and both were very overcooked. Unfortunately, we were never asked if the preparation was good and let them know before leaving. I will return again and chalk it up to a bad night.
Of course I am bias, this one of my favorite spots in Vegas, never does it ever disappoint, the sommelier is increíble, Juan is an amazing help and Blake is the best waiter ever! Julian Serrano has delivered now for 20 yrs an excellent piece of art...his food!
Very nice - professional and on par but the menu is very limited and doesn’t offer variety.I explained to the waiter I jus had major dental work that afternoon and needed soft foods and he simply ignored the request and wasn’t discreet about my request.He pointed to the menu and said there should be suitable choices..... I was the host and didn’t want to make the guests uncomfortable.
Wonderful Degustation menu. Try the 2015 Silver Oak Cab - Alexander Valley marvelous.
Picasso is one of the best restaurant experiences in the world.
What a great experience. Service, ambience, food, everything was top notch. Special shout-out to Doug for making my birthday dinner so great!
Really interesting dining experience among original Picasso paintings. Very good service and views of the Bellagio fountains. Best fillet mignon I ever had!
Top choice. Highest end restaurant.
Beautiful decor and view of the fountain show. Impressive wine list although a bit pricy. Veal chop cooked to perfection, in the top three in my life (including those steak houses we all know).
Gorgeous restaurant and excellent food. Attentive service but a bit snooty. I still highly recommend coming here.
We went for my wife's birthday. We sat at a table overlooking the fountain. Service was awesome. Food was incredible. Expensive but worth it. We had a great time
Very noisy. We had a table towards the front and teams of waiters would bring other table’s food out and if the main aisle was crowded they would try to walk behind our table causing us to frequently have to duck in order to avoid getting hit by trays. Lots of people delivering food to tables but limited staff attending to ours. Had to ask for water several times. Ordered cappuccino with dessert. Dessert arrived and no coffee. Waited 15 minutes before someone came back and we asked for the check. The server came back to the table and asked if we still wanted our cappuccino. Overall food was good but at that price point I left expecting more from our experience.
There are only two menus which are tasting menus with set prices of: expensive and very expensive. The food was great and the service even better. Not to mention you are dining among over 200 million dollars worth of original Picasso paintings
El mejor restaurante en Las Vegas.
Truly outstanding gorgeous restaurant right at water level with the fountains, so you can see the show repeatedly while dining. We celebrated an anniversary dinner, but will be back way more often now that we know how completely great this restaurant is. Very creative menu with food that is off-the-charts good.
Picasso is a very elegant and traditional fine dining experience. I’ll start by saying that the food was mostly on point and between my wife and I, there were 10 different dishes. The only hiccups were that the veal chop was a touch over on our plate but also the table sitting next to us, and the lobster salad was good, not great. I understand they tried bringing an element of freshness with the grapefruit and cantaloupe, but it actually clashed with the vinaigrette and was a bit unnecessary. Other than that, everything was delicious! The foie gras, scallops, and oysters melt in your mouth, the flavors of the sea bass were great, and the tuna tartare was fresh and well balanced. The restaurant may be a bit more traditional/old school than more modern fine dining restaurants I’ve experienced but I guess it is a classic so it works. Very good experience overall!
We went to Picasso after our wedding and had a first class experience. The wine service was great and we recommend the wine pairings. Highly recommend the quail salad, poached oysters, veal chops, and pistachio soufflé.
A little bit overhyped but the food is good.service should be better for 2 Michelin star restaurant comparing with guy savoy at ceasar.