That's the only thing left to say when your meal arrives at Marché Bacchus. The casual dining restaurant features a small but sufficient dining room and one of the most brilliant patios right on one of the lakes at Desert Shores in Summerlin. Cooling misters and trellises gently shield you from the sun.
In the kitchen, the menu features a mixture of simply done French food and his own signature fare.
Lunch options include a variety of sandwiches like ham and brie; country pork pate; lobster avocado croissant and croque monsieur - ham and melted Swiss with béchamel.
Tarte Provencale is a delicate flaky pastry with goat cheese and a ratatouille mixture of fresh garden vegetables.
One highlight at Marché Bacchus is the escargot. Lots of garlic and herb butter submerge tender-baked Burgundy snails.
Dinner options include moules frites - mussels in shallots, Chardonnay, butter garlic parsley and served with pommes frites. Scallop risotto with fresh pan-seared scallops yields a creamy rich dish. A flavorful, fresh mahi mahi is offered with a Dijon crust and a balsamic reduction. Carre d'agneau roti, roasted rack of New Zealand lamb served with tian de legumes of zucchini, eggplant and tomatoes rounds the menu.
If you're into a more deconstructed option, try a variety of rustic platters that include fresh meats, cheeses, fruits and breads. These platters are great for sharing and pair perfectly with a bottle of wine from Marché Bacchus' wine selections.
Marché Bacchus is a true gem at Lakeside Center. A popular local hangout, Marché Bacchus, in addition to being a restaurant, features a fully stocked wine shop where guests can peruse French, American, Italian and Australian wines to take home. Marché Bacchus also features a unique wine program that allows guests dining in the restaurant to enjoy wine from the store for just $10 over retail, an exceptional value.