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About Picasso - Bellagio
As an eleven time recipient of the AAA Five Diamond Award Executive Chef Julian Serrano’s menu is inspired by the regional cuisine of France and Spain where Pablo Picasso spent much of his life. The restaurant boasts a wine cellar stocked with more than 1,500 selections from the finest European vineyards. Picasso masterpieces, as well as a collection of his charming ceramic pieces, further delight the senses of diners enjoying the Picasso experience.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Wednesday - Monday: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Please note Picasso will be closed from Sunday, July 4th through Thursday, July 14th. We look forward to welcoming you back on Friday, July 15th.
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Picasso offers wonderful views of the magical Bellagio Fountains.
Valet & Self-Parking Available
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Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Picasso - Bellagio Ratings and Reviews
Unlike many celebrity chef restaurants, talented Chef Serrano is on property ensuring a sublime progression of beautiful and delicious courses. The delightful flavors of Spain in many of the dishes are a welcome and creative departure from more typical tasting menus. This was a return visit and I look forward to coming back yet again! Very nicely paced meal in a warm and attractive room. Excellent wine list and helpful sommeliers.
We have been here several times and we are never disappointed. The service is impeccable, the food is magnificent, and the atmosphere is without compare.
Each visit, my wine pairings have been different and each time I have lived every selection.
This is truly the highlight of our Vegas trip each year.
Until next time!
We had a fabulous dinner at Picasso Saturday night. The room is lovely with tables spaced out nicely so that you can have quiet conversations with friends. The service is first class. The waiter was there when we needed him but left us alone to enjoy the food and our conversation. There are two choices of tasting menus with several choices for each course. Our food was excellent—squab salad, lobster salad, scallops, foie gras, lamb, veal chops, and much more. Each course was beautifully plated and served. This is an expensive restaurant but is well worth the price. It is a special place to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, or time with friends.
There were two tasting menus: a four course (about $120) and five course (about $140) dinner. The steamed oysters, foie gras, pigeon, veal, and desserts were excellent. The low end wine tasting was $63 for two sips of three wines. I'd recommend purchasing a bottle of wine rather that going with the wine pairing because it's a better value. With tip, plan on spending $480 for the four course tasting menu. I'm glad we went once, but I don't think I'd go back again.
Maine Lobster Salad （Apple-Champagne Vinaigrette）
Poached Oyster （Garnished with Osetra Caviar，Sauce Vermouth）
Pan Seared U-10 Boat Scallops （Potato Mousseline and Jus de Veau）
Sauteed Steak of “A” Foie Gras （Slow Poached Black Mission Fig，Cranberry Puree and Savory Almond Biscotti）
Sauteed Filet of Black Bass （Roasted Provencal Vegetable, Pepperade, Black Garlic and Black Olive Tapenade）
的甜点是：Warm Chocolate Fondant；（Dark Chocolate Gelato with Toasted Marshmallow and Graham Crack） 用意式冰淇淋搭配，巧克力熔岩流心蛋糕温暖和松软，切开一角，熔岩巧克力慢慢流淌，醇香温暖的口感，搭配冰淇淋的冷艳，让人意犹未尽。
We requested ahead of time an outdoor premier table overlooking the fountain show for our 25th anniversary and we couldn't have asked for better placement. Every course of our dinner was delicious and uniquely presented. The wait staff was first class all the way.
We celebrated our 30th anniversary and very happy to have our best meal out ever! Sat at an outdoor table right on the Bellagio lagoon to view several fountain shows during the dinner. Superb service, wonderfully prepared food and a few food “surprises “ provided by Maitre ‘D. Would highly recommend to all.
I was visiting Las Vegas this week to celebrate my birthday. After dining at Nobu, Zuma, and Le Cirque, I came to expect a high level of service from Picasso. Unfortunately, my experience was nothing short of horrible. After the second course, I became violently ill. At no point did a manager ask me if I needed anything. At no point did our server simply ask how I was feeling. Instead, someone asked if security should be called. Obviously the restaurant's only concern was a dine and dash and not my well being. Although my guests made it very clear that I was ill, the server seemed to think that it was acceptable to offer a "$10 discount." To find out later that my guests paid almost $500 for this experience was outrageous. First, neither of my guests ate their main course or dessert. Secondly, I did not eat 3 of the 5 courses. The restaurant and the staff's lack of consideration left my birthday trip with an absolutely unpleasant memory.
Lovely experience to celebrate special occasions. Entrees were one of the best deer and the best veal chop ever. Desserts were excellent so try not to fill up on the freshly baked bread...tough because bread was sooo good. Amuse bouche was very delicious and a nice touch too. Wine pairings a great way to go as each member of your party gets a well-matched glass for their particular dish...would have liked a pairing for dessert too.
We visited Picasso as a special treat for my husband's 40th birthday. We chose the degustation menu; the highlights of which both my husband and I agreed were the lobster salad and scallop dishes. The service was impeccable and the ambience was convivial. The food was delicious but possibly not as exceptional as my one only other 2 Michelin star experience home in London. The portions were larger than any other degustation menu I've had which I guess is as we're across the pond!
All in all we had a wonderful, romantic evening at Picasso with lovely food, delicious wine and great service in an exceptional setting.
This dinner was our anniversary; it was disappointing frankly. The food was okay, although the sommelier was rather rude. The tablecloths were not ironed and looked creased along with the napkins. For a restaurant with these prices, they need to go to their sister restaurant Le Cirque and see their level of dressing tables and standards.
Food was okay/good to flawless, but at the prices it should all be flawless. Wine pairings are a waste of money. They don't come with dessert so you get 3 or 4 3oz pours for about $20/pour. Servers never once checked on how the food was. Bartender was very knowledgeable and made a great old fashioned. Sommelier was passionate, knowledgeable and entertaining. Views from the outside terrace were phenomenal, especially if you have not seen much of the fountains. Otherwise inside seemed lovely. Bring a sweater, the lake/spray/fountains makes it a little chilly.
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