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July 20, 2005
While enjoying specialty cocktails and extensive wine selections, you can watch the Vegas nightlife stroll by. In the evenings, the Bellagio dancing waters entertain you with different songs every half-hour. It is so spectacular that fellow diners applaud some performances.
By far, this is a dining experience that cannot be missed, and it is better than any show in Vegas. The food is excellent, with very large portions. The steak with a blue cheese sauce was fabulous and accompanied by fries that overflowed the plate. Everyone in our party of eight enjoyed their entrées. My only regret is that the meals were too filling and we had no room for dessert. From my experience, service in Vegas is slow and unimpressive, but at this restaurant, slow service is accepted because you want to enjoy the ambience and don't mind the extra time here. I'll return every time I visit Vegas.
From journal Las Vegas Reviews
London, United Kingdom
May 7, 2005
When we went, it wasn't too busy, so no reservations were needed. We decided to sit outside and dine on the popular terrace, an exceptional outdoor "sidewalk" dining experience with unobstructed views of "Strip" action and dancing waters of Lake Bellagio.
Their heaters were not working, so it was quite chilly, but the food was so exceptional and not expensive, and the service was so friendly (very surprising for a French restaurant) that it made up for it.
The cuisine is simple yet outstanding French comfort food featuring favorites as Bouillabaisse; steak frites, prepared in various ways; and pomme frites, crispy, wide strands of fried potatoes. Classics as onglet (flavorful hangar steak) and house specialties as crepes and quiches are also served in authentic versions. Plats saisonniers (seasonal specialties) include paillard (grilled) chicken breast, roast duck, and navarin (stew) of lamb. Exceptional plats du jour (daily specials) are also available. All meals are served with warm whole loaves of crusty French baguettes presented in paper bags, whipped butter, and special accompaniments, such as slightly sweetened julienne of carrots. And don’t miss the outstanding dessert crepes.
This was one of the most reasonably priced restaurants offering excellent food on the Strip. For starters, we both had the house salade, which comprised of bacon, cheese, frise salade, and a great dressing ($8). For the main course, we both had the house steak with fries and herb butter ($21). The food was so tasty and the portions huge. We were too full for dessert, but they looked great.
I really recommend this place. It really was an outstanding dining experience.
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