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usagi | Jan 7, 201404:16 AM

Well, it's that time of year. Once a year Frenchers; we all know you, we all see you, we love you! And you love your beloveds so do continue to take them out for that February day.

All in good deeds!

So let's talk on the French aspect before you book, and please do!

Robuchon (proper) This is fine. This implements a tremendous Japanese component. If you cannot or do not want to go to Japan, this is the pinnacle of US Japanese French. This is delicate. Your accompanying delicate woma(e)n will eat this. It is fun. The room is the most opoullent, openly. It is expensive. They have decreased the price, but it is very worth a visit for that special someone whenever you can.

Oh, next door. Wow! Best bar food in Vegas. Just sit in your daily clothes and enjoy simple elegant food. They will bring you the next door wine list. This is a great value!

Andre's. A short comment. This chef clearly has talent. It is impeccable. Yet, I would truly go here to go to the cigar bar, upstairs. Sorry.

Along the same lines. Alize is fab, but the view wins. I'll go elsewhere for food.

Guy Savoy. Yes. Rarely a word from my mouth. This is the best of French in US. Daniel is very close, but Vegas wins. I only wish that Guy Savoy maintains that French standard that we expect and rely upon in Vegas. More importantly, I hope that the establishment does not want to imitate Robuchon. If Guy Savoy wants to establish the franchise in Japan, then by all means.


My best French meal is still Guy Savoy. It is truly the best in America. Hats off to his front and back house. I give you my heat and soul.

Just eat his traditional style food.

If you want Japanese French, go to Robuchon. Healthy-appearing., but eat what you like.

Twist is likely the best restaurant in Vegas now.


His Japanese chef knows the limits of the pocketbook for US and performs. If you want better, go to the Middle East.

I am specifically not talking about wine, as this is a personal discussion, but what is French Vegas without wine. One of the truly approachable legendary lists.

Now we go to Bellagio. This is complicated.

So would you tell Julian Serrano that he belongs in the class of French? By an all out 100% performance, Picasso wins. Fab food, great price, fab wine. Go. Please.

Le Cirque. Well, it seems no comments are needed. My wife and I had a beautiful experience here. I want you to stay. You are an institution that defines Vegas.

There are some other clients I would like to include, but I would prefer you all recommend them.

I would disclose, I will not comment on bisgtros in this blog.


Restaurant Guy Savoy,
Julian Serrano Tapas,
Le Cirque
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