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About Eiffel Tower
Make a 4:30PM reservation and we will reserve a window table for you to enjoy the stunning display that Las Vegas has to offer, while enjoying an evening of Chef Joho’s modern interpretations of classic French cuisine. Reserve now and watch the show that is the Las Vegas Strip…from the best seats in the city! Offer applies to parties of two persons PENDING AVAILABILITY.
***OFFER NOT VALID ON HOLIDAYS***
Las Vegas, NV 89109
French, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, Contemporary French
Hours of Operation:
Open for Lunch Monday to Friday from: 11:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday Brunch from: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Dinner hours Sunday - Thursday from: 4:30PM - 10:30 PM
Dinner Hours Friday and Saturday from: 4:30 PM - 10:45 PM
Sunday to Thursday 11:00 AM - 11:30PM
Friday and Saturday 11:00 AM - Midnight
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
TWO SHOWS ARE BETTER THAN ONE!
Las Vegas is home to some of the most world’s most incredible and exciting shows…and the Eiffel Tower Restaurant is the perfect place for a pre-theater meal. Reserve a guaranteed* window table now for 4:30 PM and you will not only enjoy a variety of delicious and creative menu items, but you will also experience the other ‘show’ that is Las Vegas…from 11 stories above the famed Strip!
Make your pre-show reservations now…and we’ll take care of the rest!
*Offer applies to parties of 2 PENDING AVAILABILITY
We also have a limited number of window tables that can be contracted with a food and beverage minimum and deposit.
Self Park or Valet at the Paris Hotel.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
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The Eiffel Tower Restaurant offers two private spaces for intimate groups of 10 to larger cocktail receptions up to 120 guests. The restaurant is also available for an exclusive buyout for any occasion.
Eiffel Tower Ratings and Reviews
This restaurant is amazing from the staff to the food. We had a wonderful window seat with the table for 2 which both seats face the window. The view from here of Las Vegas was great and we could see the water fountain show from the Bellagio Hotel beautifully. The wine list is beyond exceptional as was all the food we had from scallops to steak and lobster to the amazing deserts. It was a fantastic experience and we cannot wait to go back!
The Eiffel Tower Restaurant has never before failed to live up to my high expectations, and tonight was no exception. The food and service were impeccable, and with stellar views of the Las Vegas Strip and Bellagio fountains, it's hard to surpass this overall experience. Thank you to the entire staff for creating the setting for a wonderful evening.
Fabulous experience with excellent views and service and especially the food. The only negative was we checked in at 4:20 for a 4:30 reservation and there was no one yet at the hostess station. We sat a the bar and other people checked in for the next 15 minutes. We realized that because we got there early that no one at the hostess station realized we were there. so all the other guests were seated 1st and we had to wait. Put a damper in the evening.
Our Eiffel Tower experience was superb, an elegantly romantic treat!
The window views overlooking the Bellagio Fountain are breathtaking, setting the stage for a highly memorable evening. We opted to order a la carte rather than try the tasting menu (next time!): filet mignon prepared to perfection and a succulent duck breast muscovy. But it was the restaurant team that really made the evening so unforgettable.
Every member of the staff went out of their way to make us feel very welcome, from being patient and helpful with our changing reservation time to very easily accommodating dietary restrictions, and the sommelier recognized that we were wine enthusiasts but didn't have deep knowledge, and guided us to a great vintage at a very fair price.
We can't wait for another chance to dine here again!
The elevator opens and you see a vibrant kitchen and its chefs - cool, but there are no signs and, ultimately, one of the chefs has to look up from their work and point you in the right direction. After that we experienced a great reception and welcome. Lyle and his team were all class.
For the price the food is average. There are better flavors on the other side of LVB at Prime and Mesa. As an example, my steak was not as tender as advertised and the Wellington leans too much towards the sweet. My apple strudel was dry - having been made too early in the day. The souffle was perfect. The wine and mixed drinks, outstanding.
The service is there and ready but their pace is too fast (got to turn over the tables) and their comments too quick and insincere creating a rushed and impersonal atmosphere. And it is a noisy place so not sure why it gets Vegas' most romantic dinner location.
Lastly, the view is fantastic which at night means seeing the Bellagio's fountains do there thing.
This was our first time to the Paris restaurant. The lunch choices, while still a little pricey, were of excellent quality and presentation. The creme brule was fabulous! We shared appetizers and the dessert among four of us...plenty for sampling. Portion sizes were generous and sufficient for late lunch. This is a wonderful place for a special occasion.
never a disappointment. Have come here for a meal every time i am in Las Vegas. I will go out of my way to eat at this establishment. Anything you order on this menu, has been just am absolute delight. the flavors, the texture, the presentation, wow just wonderful. you will need a reservation, and proper attire, but it is so worth it. you will savor every bite!
This is a beautiful restaurant, with the most amazing view of the Bellagio fountains. The food is fine, but nothing special. It's EXTREMELY expensive and you could get better at most steak houses for less money. But, for a beautiful, romantic dinner, you can't beat the atmosphere.
We have been to the restaurant before and thoroughly enjoyed the food, views and ambiance. We were so impressed last time we invited friends along this time to experience it as well. Unfortunately we were very disappointed when we our group of 4 was seated away from the windows and behind one of the beams. Because our friends had never been there we offered them the better seats so they could at least see some of the views but me and my husbands stared at a wall. Because my husband was seated by the beam he couldn't even turn around to see the fountains. The beam completed obstructed that view for him. We understand not everyone can get a great seat however in this instance the restaurant was 1/3 full and there were plenty of tables available with amazing views. The food was good, the service was excellent but let's be honest you go to the Eiffel Tower restaurant for the ambience and the views. Unlikely we will return.
We had a wonderful date night at the Eiffel Tower. We started with the scallop appetizer. It was small but very good. My boyfriend had the chicken dish which was very good and I had the filet which was fabulous. For dessert, we had the chocolate sampler plate. It was outstanding and the perfect finish to our evening. My only complaint would be that our server was not very friendly and we felt rushed.
The service was decent, little slow starting out but eventually it's was good service, didn't really have to wait too long. The food quality was good, the taste was good too. The "view" was nice if you got a view. which leads me to my only complaint. I had reservations for lunch and somehow was the only table without a view. Not only that but was set at a table when there were plenty of booths open with a view. I actually set below a beam that I could feel touching the bsck of my head. Not sure why they decided to sit us there but there were plenty of booths available to get a better view, plus like I said we had reservations, we did not just walk in like others I seen. Because of that I give them 3.5 out of 5. Better hosting should have seen that we could've have a better table view, or even one with a beam touching the backside of a customer. All in all my wife had a good time and enjoyed her meal.
I was very pleased with my table by the window, the view was fabulous! Sometimes when you are alone, you get tucked away in a corner somewhere. My escargot was very salty and I didn't finish it. My salad was good but average. I felt the bread was average also. I expected a higher quality bread being in a French restaurant. The bread was dry and the crust was not chewy like I thought it should be. It would have been nice if the bread was warm. My server was nice but very busy and I felt forgotten a few times.
A disappointing experience, booked to celebrate my wife's birthday. The restaurant were kind enough to reserve a window view seat and John, our waiter was excellent. However, the restaurant noise from diners was extremely loud, so as not to be able to hear yourself talk. In addition, the air conditioning was extremely cold. Whilst my meal was good, my wife had the Beef Wellington, which was extremely salty. Bearing in mind the premium prices paid, the overall experience was extremely disappointing.
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