Jean Philippe Patisserie — Bellagio has its own award-winning pastry champion in house, offering a range of options at the patisserie every day.
Finally, respect the executive chef - his work is beyond comprehension. The menu itself promises international delights, reaching to Italy and Asia for influence while incorporating fresh, seasonal produce, quality meats, and outstanding seafood.
Ringmaster Sirio Maccioni, long recognized as the "world's most charismatic restaurateur," brought his Four-Star culinary magic to the Las Vegas Strip with the opening of Bellagio. Reminiscent of 19th century European circuses, the cheerful and decorative dining room gives an animated air of professionalism and youthful elegance the dominates the atmosphere.
Reservations are recommended and the dress code is business casual. Attentive waitstaff led by the incomparable Martin listened quietly to my conversations and offered suggestions and helpful information concerning not only the menu but the property and Las Vegas itself. Prime evokes the charms of a luxurious 's style speakeasy with its plush furnishings and Baccarat chandeliers.
The wine list celebrates the best of the Southern Hemisphere, with a unique and bold selection of bottles. Executive Suite — Perfect for business meetings or retreats, this 2, sq ft room comes with either one or two bedrooms.
The Bellagio suite is also available with a fountain view, or a premier fountain view. With a menu that features authentic noodle and rice dishes from Thailand, Japan, China, and Vietnam, guests can experience the range of culinary delights from Asia.
Bellagio Suite — Enjoy a big king-size bedroom, separate living area and his-and-hers bathrooms. They are found in the Spa Tower of the resort, on floors 15 through Don't miss the Dim Sum lunches Fridays through Sundays, and be sure to check out the display of noodle-filled apothecary jars lining the walls.
Hyde — Looking out over the Fountains of Bellagio, this is a 10, sq ft indoor and outdoor venue.
It is a stunning, luxury location with first-class service and 6, sq ft of space. Different exhibitions take place according to the season. The dramatically and delicious delicacies feature warm quail salad with sauteed artichokes and langoustine pulled live from a tank and then grilled and drizzled with porcini oil.
Chef back has cultivated a menu of Japanese specialties that go beyond sushi and sashimi, offering a variety of selections headache after gambling people of diverse tastes.