Bellagio - 3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV, 89109
$35 or more
Payment types accepted:
AMEX, VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, CASH
Tuesday - Sunday, 5:30 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Reservations: Reservations Required
A jacket and tie are required for gentlemen for dinner. No children under 12 years old. No cell phones, cigars or pipes.
Le Cirque Review:
Le Cirque features a superb menu and an elegant, yet whimsical circus theme designed by Adam D. Tihany, who has created the designs for many upscale Las Vegas restaurants, buffets and more.
Le Cirque partners, Sirio Maccioni and family, are acclaimed for the classic and contemporary French cuisine they offer in New York City and Las Vegas.
Le Cirque never disappoints. Executive Chef Gregory Pugin is an innovator, offering cold and hot appetizers that titillate the taste buds. The signature lobster salad with black truffle dressing remains a personal favorite. Ahi tuna tartar with a quail egg, cucumber and caviar crème fraîche is a joy. A traditional gazpacho is enhanced with Dungeness crab.
Le Cirque offers two dining options. A prix fixe three-course dinner that includes a choice of appetizer, main course and dessert ($95 per person) and a five-course degustation that changes nightly.
Those who want the ultimate Le Cirque splurge have the degustation menu: five courses and dessert ($115 per person).
For the ultimate degustation dinner, add wines expertly chosen by sommelier Frederic Montondon. Le Cirque's fine wine list includes more than 900 international selections. Wine pairings change daily with the menus.
At one Le Cirque degustation dinner the wines chosen for me were delightful. Reisling, Pichler, Wachau, Austria 2001; Tokaji, Rosewood Vineyards, Victoria Australia; Gruner Veltliner, Prager, Austria 2001; Chambolle Musigny, A.F. Gros, Burgundy 2000; Côte-Rôtie René Rostaing 2000, and with dessert, a Sandeman Founders Reserve. I loved mellowing out with dessert and the flavorful Sandeman port.
Le Cirque's food and wine presentations and appointments are elegant. The exquisite table appointments and serving pieces add to pleasure of a repast at Le Cirque.
Dress code: Jacket and tie are suggested, but in the heat of summer, dress suggestions are relaxed.
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