This review Eiffel tower restaurant las vegas is a little different to previous ones as it was some time ago and I cannot fully remember what I had to eat. This review is more of a journal on how experience of the Eiffel Tower Restaurant in Las Vegas, which in my opinion is an excellent place to visit whilst in vegas.
The Eiffel Tower Restaurant is located in the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas, its roughly in the centre of the strip. My Wife and I went during our honeymoon in 2014, which was incredible and something I would do again in a heart beat.
The hotel is positioned directly opposite the Bellagio so when sat there you can see the incredible fountains. Before going I pre-booked a table and also emailed them to tell them that I was coming as part of our honeymoon.
We decided to get to the Paris Hotel a few hours before our meal so we could have a look around the casino and get a couple of drinks. After losing a few dollars we looked at the time and we made our way to the Eiffel Tower Restaurant.
It was unusually as the only way to get to it was to go through a lift which went up the centre of the Eiffel Tower. It didn’t go all the way up but went high enough for you to get an incredible view of the fountains.
We were sat at our table which was one of the half moon tables right at the window pointing straight to the fountains. I think our table was for 7:30ish which to be honest was the perfect time as we got to see the fountains and the strip in daylight as well as in the night.
We quickly ordered our drinks and had a look at the menu. There was a nice selection of food to choose from, making it very hard to select just one starter, main and dessert 🙂
I settled for the scallops and Rach went for smoked Salmon, both of which looked and tasted incredible. For our mains I went for the fillet Mignon which came with a truffle sauce and Rach went for the chicken which came with Artichokes cooked in two ways with petits pois. I really enjoyed the steak, I usually go for rare but whilst in America most steaks I get rare come nearly blue so this time I ordered it Medium and it came out perfect.
The Eiffel Tower Restaurant Las Vegas is well-known for its Souffles so we couldn’t really not have one could we? 🙂 Rach went for the Pistachio flavour and I went for the Caramel, both of them were incredible as I couldn’t help but try Rach’s!
I cannot remember the total cost of the bill but to be honest it would have been well worth it, the food was incredible, the service was great making the entire night very special.
If you are in Las Vegas then I really would recommend booking yourself into the Eiffel Tower in the Paris Hotel, you won’t regret it!
Address: 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States
Phone: +1 702-948-6937
Price Range: ££££
Name: Le Cirque At Bellagio
Address: Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Price Range: $$$$
I usually try and provide images of what I have had. I had not started this blog when I went to visit Le Cirque. As it is in Las Vegas I cannot guarantee that i will go again and want to have a chance to review this excellent restaurant.
We went to Las Vegas as a part of my honeymoon and went to several restaurants, Le Cirque being one of them. We didn’t stay at the Bellagio but it was very impressive and one of the casinos we did prefer.
I pre-booked the restaurant before our honeymoon as with all of the others to ensure we got to dine there.
The restaurants decor is excellent and really makes you feel like you are entering a circus tent, the ceiling has multi coloured drapes and the entire restaurant had a “fun” feeling about it.
The seating area is nicely spread apart to ensure you are not sat directly next to other diners, allowing you to have a conversation, without the worry of being overheard.
The Bellagio casino is roughly in the centre of the strip and is well-known because of the Bellagio fountains, which are well worth looking at. The casino like all of them in Las Vegas is massive and I found the decor to be great, it was bright, fun and had plenty of shops as well as things to see. Le Cirque is located within the casino and is well sign posted, although we still managed to get lost a couple of times!!
As it was some time ago, I cannot give details as pricing as the menu has since changed which I think its a good thing. Its nice to see restaurants continuing to adapt their menu’s.
For starter I had a fish carpaccio, I do believe it was langoustine. I have never had it before and I do try to make a point of having something new as much as possible. I am glad I did as it tasted very nice and was presented beautifully.
For my main I went for fillet steak, this is a dish I tend to go for a lot. If you do like your steak rare id recommend asking for it medium rare as mine seem to come out blue, It was not the end of the world but would have preferred it done a little more.
We did have a dessert, however due to how long ago it was I cannot remember for the life of me as to what it was! I am sure it was amazing though 🙂
The waiting staff were very good, they were quick to bring us water and the menus and gave us plenty of time to decide what we both wanted. Plates were not left on our tables for very long and each course came at what I would consider a reasonable amount of time.
I had planned it to visit Le Cirque at Bellagio on the day that we had booked tickets to see “O”, which I think was a great idea as it really helped carry through the circus/fun element throughout the entire night. I would consider coming again if I found myself back at Las Vegas, but its hard as there are so many restaurants to try. If you are however considering coming here, I would recommend it – the food was great from what I can remember, staff kind and helpful!Continue reading