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About Aureole - Las Vegas
AUREOLE AT MANDALAY BAY TO REIMAGINE CONCEPT AND DESIGN
Aureole at Mandalay Bay will begin a restaurant transformation beginning Nov. 27, re-opening late December with an updated dining concept by renowned chef Charlie Palmer.
Palmer has tapped standout Las Vegas chef John Church to lead the kitchen as Executive Chef along with renowned wine and fine dining service authority Timothy Staehling to oversee restaurant operations as General Manager.
More details on Aureole’s transformations along with menu and design concepts will be made available in the coming weeks.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Temporary closed while undergoing renovations
Reopening late December 2016
Mandalay Bay Rd
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Charlie Palmer catering can provide food and beverages for any occasion and party size. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.
Valet & Self-Parking Available
For detailed information about parking at any MGM Resorts destination, please visit mgmresorts.com/parking
Private Party Facilities:
Aureole's private dining rooms can accommodate events ranging from 12 to 100 guests. In addition, Aureole's Swan Court dining room can accommodate a cocktail reception for up to 250 guests or a seated dinner for up to 100 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Group Dining Reservations : (877) 414-6876
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Aureole - Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
This was a Great Dining experience at the Aureole .
The table service was outstanding from an 18 year veteran .
Salad was Superb
Cosmpolitan Cocktails were perfect .
Ambiance , window location by the fountain was perfect for me & my lady .
Suggest you reconsider serving Filet with what appeared to be Pot Roast .?
The lady resonsible for seating was argumentative , but we overcame the negative for such a Beautiful experience .
Previously have dined at Charlie Palmers on NYC and Four Seasons LV
This was a very disappointing experience. Our server was not attentive or available most of the evening. He didn't take a drink order for a long time then it took an eternity to receive once we did order. Our order of multiple small plates was all brought at once instead of 1 or 2 at a time so food became cold. The bottle of wine we ordered didn't arrive until halfway through the meal. The staff was generally cold, unfriendly and inattentive. The 'wine angels' were never up in the wine tower so that was a bust. Very expensive evening with mediocre food and poor service.
Not at all impressed. Hosted an after conference dinner for 11 here and it took over an hour to get our drinks, although the restaurant was pretty empty. My steak was over cooked but ate it anyway because I was afraid it would take too long to get another. This Aureole does not compare at all to the one in NYC!
Excellent wine selection - more of a novel than a list - and the food was extremely enjoyable. The service was marred slightly by the staff attempting to serve the main course twice when we were still eating the first course and there was a small hiccup with wine being poured into a half-full water glass. Both issues were appropriately dealt with, however, so I'd certainly be happy to recommend and eat there again.
We had an excellent tasting menu with wine pairing at Aureole. - which was well-priced compared to Europe and New York. For me the star was the perfectly cooked Foie gras with huckleberry compote paired with a Muscat Beaumes de Venise - STELLAR! Salmon rillettes were a light fresh starter, miso cod was a great palate cleanser after the foie gras, and also perfectly cooked. Cavaletti with duck confit was lovely with a tuscan red. The lamb and syrah were a great pairing, but the lamb flavor got lost in the preparation with the spicy merguez sausage. While they seemed disorganized when seating us we were quickly taken in hand and served at a relaxed pace with great explanations of the food and wine and the pairings. Very enjoyable evening - highlight of my stay in Vegas.
Not what we expected from a once upon a time Michelin starred restaurant. Appetizers were ok, our main courses were terrible, scallops were under seasoned and cold and the duck pasta lacked in flavor and refinement. Service was good and ambience was nice but the food left ALOT to be desired. Would not consider this a high end dining experience. Will not be eating here ever again.
I am a foodie and eat at great restaurants all over the world. This used to be my favorite place to eat in LV. My experience this time was one of the worst restaurant experiences I have ever had. I cannot be alone in my experience, since the restaurant was 60% empty at 8 PM on a Saturday night. Please just close this place and put it out of its misery!!
I had a big group for a business dinner. The manager, Tim, was great in helping me plan a custom menu to ensure that I provided an amazing dining experience to my customers while staying within my budget. Everyone raved about the food and had a wonderful time. Thank you!
I travel to Vegas once a year. I had a great meal here last year and this year did not disappoint. I made a great impression with my client. The room is separated from all of the foot traffic between the casinos and shops. This is a big plus for having a good conversation. Everything was cooked so well, the wine steward was knowledgeable, listened to our needs and met them. My client took a pic of the bottle so she could get the wine at home. My colleagues split the 48 oz porterhouse, my client had the filet mignon, I had the Saffron Frutti de Mare. My dish was very delicately flavored with great depth. It was a beautiful meal, much needed after a long week.
Expected much more.
Never caught the girls retrieving a bottle of wine, which is a highlight of dining at the restaurant.
The service was very rushed. Our first appetizer arrived about two minutes after ordering, and the second appetizer was on the table in another two minutes. If we were in a rush we would have appreciated our 45 min. dinner. The entrees were both quite good, and service was average. Just an OK dining experience. Earlier this year we dined at Dry Creek Kitchen in Healdsburg and enjoyed the meal much more.
When we arrived at the upper desk to check in the girl said excuse me and proceeded to make a personal call. She was not embarrassed and did not apologize to us when she hung up and asked us for our name. Down the stairs we had to check in again. The server didn't know about the drinks. I had to ask for more information. The orange drink was good. The avocado roll was good but not what we expected. I thought it would be more of a California roll. It was more of an avocado with crab etc. The saffron seafood rice was good. It was rich and filling but had good flavour.
The pane cotta with huckleberry was very good. My cappuccino was good. Our table was fine. We saw the girl go up twice to get wine.
Not sure how or why this restaurant got a Michelin Star rating. The wine tower is pretty, but you can see it from the hotel lobby. The "wine angel" needed to wash her hair. My cavatappi with duck confit tasted like it was leftover, microwaved and flung on my table. The truffle was wasted on this dish. My husband left his risotto on the plate as well. We were served the wrong wine. The sommelier was huffy. Not one of the four people waiting on our table asked one time how our food tasted. The menu was limited and not at all creative. It was like a high priced Carraba's. H O R R I B L E experience compared to the myriad of choices available in Las Vegas. Shame on the chef for allowing such *inedible* food to leave their kitchen.
So, this place has been on my list to try for a while and I will say it was just kind of "meh". We went for a business dinner, 8 in the party. The place is beautiful, the service was great, but the food, while it sounded great it was just ok. The rest of our group had mixed reviews, the steaks people had they said were great. Desserts looked great but just ok. I had beef cheeks ravioli for an app, it was good but not great. My entree was seafood risotto which was recommended by the waiter. I found it to be heavy and gummy with overcooked shellfish. It was disappointing that for the price it wasn't a WOW experience.
AMAZING service & hospitality by wait staff - and by Tim, especially! What a treat! HIGHLY recommend! The Chilean sea bass was the best I ever had - as well as the beef cheek ravioli! Fabulous wine list & the pairings as recommended in the menu are delightful!
All in all my experience here was okay. I requested a table away from the door and closer to the beautiful wine display, but unfortunately we were sat directly in front of a door in the corner but I decided to ignore it. Our waiter was ok, it took awhile to get my glass of wine which didn't bother me too much. I didn't like the entree because it tasted bland, but our waiter was nowhere to be found for me to alert him. When he finally did come back, he did not ask how the food was or maybe he didn't realize that I hardly touched my food so I just asked for the check so we could leave.
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