Sunday, February 17, 2008

Vino Las Vegas visits Chef Thomas Keller's Bouchon at the Venetian


We have been to Bouchon many times over the years and we have
never been disappointed. This time
we stopped in for Brunch and as
usual it was a great experience.



The best way to desribe Bouchon is an
upscale French Bistro. It has patio dining
over looking the beautiful pool at the
Venezia Tower of the Venetian Resort.
The patio is available weather permitting.




Many people are familiar with world renown Chef Thomas Keller. He has the French Laundry in Napa Valley and added Bouchon when the Venetian built the Venezia tower. His expertise is evident everywhere you look.
The raw bar is located as you walk in and has some of the best fresh oysters in Las Vegas. The food is classic Thomas Keller. From the Steak Frites to the Grand Plateau, there is something for everyone. The wine list is very well balanced and has something for every price range. On this visit we had the Bouchon French Toast and Quiche Florentine that was served by Luis who was very personable and professional. Sommelier David Chiti stopped by and spoke to us for a while as we complimented him on the service and the sparkling wine we had with brunch.


Bouchon is open for breakfast , lunch and dinner and is always consistant. This is a must stop for anyone who visits Las Vegas. Reservations are highly suggested as this a a very popular place for very good reason.

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