The menu is very diverse. They have everything from Italian pizza to roasted duck to pasta. BE AWARE that the prices do meet the fine-dining label and portions do not always match this. However, they do make appetizer portions for a lower cost. I had Ravioli di Mamma Egi in the smaller portion. This dish consisted of ravioli stuffed with sheep's milk ricotta, spinach, and sage butter sauce. The smaller portion, for me, was plenty. They have a full menu on their website via the Bellagio. I would recommend it if you haven't had a fine-dinning experience, but I don't think I would go back.
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N, New York
November 7, 2005
With a view of the fountains and a beautifully appointed Tuscan restaurant, what's not to love? I'll tell you. First of all, we truly enjoyed our meal and service, and the view wasn't bad. Waiters were a touch on the snobby side. They seemed aghast that I was not going to order a $15 salad that was the size of my fist. Our main dishes were the homemade crab tortoli and spinach ravioli at $27 each. Both were superb! It was the best-tasting meal we had in Vegas. The portions were small, about six tortoli and maybe nine small ravioli.
Make a reservation early and ask for a view of the fountains. You can see most of the show from the dining room. Some trees do block a touch of the view. The restaurant itself is beautiful--bright cheary and a feast for the eyes. The ceilings are draped with silk red and gold fabric. Goblets on the tables are bright colbalt blue. This is the place to take your loved one to pamper them or a business person to get them on your side. Menu prices are about the highest you will find in Vegas. For the two of us with our small pasta dishes and Pellegrino, our check was over $75 with tip.
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