About Le Cirque - Bellagio
Experience the timeless sensation created by charismatic Restaurateur, Sirio Maccioni. The rarity of Le Cirque's AAA Five Diamond rating speaks eloquently of French cuisine - exquisite, bold, transcendent. Immerse yourself in a jubilant showing of brilliant color adorning this famed lakeside destination designed by Adam D. Tihany. Exuding a celebratory mood, Le Cirque's opulent dining room is enhanced with coveted wines and attentive service, which come together to amuse your taste buds in celebrated Maccioni family fashion.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
French, Contemporary French
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet & Self-Parking Available
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Private Party Facilities:
Private dining available, please inquire directly for availability. Buyouts available for up to 90 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Ivo Angelov: (702) 693-7040
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Le Cirque - Bellagio Ratings and Reviews
Decades of consistency, elegant ambiance, sumptuous and creative food, and a skilled and professional wait staff are the hallmarks of this extraordinary restaurant. The three-course, set-price menu with a variety of appetizers, entrees, and desserts was the choice for the three of us brothers, celebrating a milestone birthday. Two of us started with the escargots while the third had the rissoto. I chose the dover sole, another brother opted for the sea bass, and the birthday boy enjoyed the lamb. Elegant wines by the glass and a savory chocolate mouse topped our meal. At the end of 2 1/2 hours, we three agreed there is no better restaurant in Vegas, and most likely anywhere else we've traveled. If one special dinner is on your Vegas itinerary, make it Le Cirque!
we selected Le cirque as the venu for a family birthday meal for a party of 8 and followed the 5 course menu with wine selected by the sommelier who gave us a story with each wine.
This was more than a meal and a complete experience which I would recommend to anyone
So I have to admit to a little bit of pro Le Cirque bias. First, my wife just loves the look of the place. We were lucky enough to be seated in a corner this time, so we could look out over the whole dining room for the evening. As always the food was spot on. I had the rabbit three ways and my wife the Dover sole, both were excellent. My wife started with the hamachi and I can't help myself but order the lobster avocado salad every time I go. These are just great dishes. So when you go to a place like this, and there are a few in Las Vegas, you expect the food and wine to be "all that," and it should be. What sets Le Cirque apart from most of the rest is they have been executing for so long . Its also hard to beat the staff. The waiters and sommelier are engaging really seem like they enjoy the clients as they serve them. It gives the feeling that it's just a place you want to go.
We went to Le Cirque prior to a theatre show, so we had limited time so could only do the 3 course menu...there was four in our party. Each of us was disappointed with our appetizer. The serving size for everything was very small and three out of four thought quite tasteless. The main course was also minuscule but the two of us that had the sea bass at least thought it was tasty. Dessert was defiantly the best part of the dinner. The price for 4 people was 640.00 usd or over 800 Canadian dollars. This included 1 cocktail each and 1 glass of wine(25.00usd their cheapest). After leaving the restaurant I was feeling I should go for dinner again before the theatre. Great disappointment all around..I would not recommend for anyone to go to this restaurant. I understand this is a French restaurant and portions would be small but this was rediculous.
We waited two hours for our entree' squeezed in a room elbow to elbow - we eventually asked for a check - they did realize the error and refused to let us pay but by then it was too late to find an alternative so we went to bed hungry
We were looking forward to it so much
Dined here the other night and both my starter and entree were inedible. Although they were vary gracious about it and offered me more (they did give me a free delicious glass of wine) my evening was ruined. They in no way deserve a Michelin star. The somelier was the best part of the evening. He knows what he's doing.
A wonderful dining experience .
Drinks were very good
Tasting menu was superb.
Wine pairing was on point.
Our Waiter was knowledgeable, courtois and quite fun. He really added to our evening
The clientele is a little stiff... to be expected I guess as this restaurant is on the expensive side.
But it was worth it
Spur of the moment booking prior to a show. The pre-theatre menu was our choice. Usually these are limited but we weren't disappointed with the choices. Perfect. Fois gras was amazing with the buck wheat topping adding an extra dimension. The bavette of beef tender and perfectly cooked to requirements. The dessert complimented the previous 2 courses. Deserves an extra star.
We enjoyed this restaurant very much. We have bee to Joel robuchon a couple of times-our favorite in the city. The atmosphere is different but first rate and the food first rate. We would patronize again. We had the 4 course and dessert menu and enjoyed the balance and presentation very much.
For reference we are from the SF Bay Area.
Amazing food - amuse bouche was decorative and tasty - appetizers were creatively displayed and great - fish excellent as were 2/3 of the lamb preparations; tasty dessert - the 3 course meal seemed like a decent value - a 9? course tasting meal also available. Great wine pairings!
We had the 3 course Prix Fixe. Food presentation was very beautiful; Unfortunately, the lobster & Avocado salad had a few pieces of tough lobster. The yellowtail appetizer was a piece of art, and the Sea Bass rolled in thin potato was delicious. The chocolate ball desert was entertaining and tasty.
The main waiter was a little too chatty for my taste, but all the other servers were perfect.
My spouse and I each had the three-course prixe fixe menu. The lamb entree was the best lamb entrée we ever had. The lamb was fork tender and cooked perfectly. My panna cotta dessert was also the best I have ever had. The citrus risotto was excellent and served in a lovely glass dish. The wild cod entrée was delicious and perfectly cooked. There were a few disappointments. The lobster and avocado salad was tasty but the lobster was very tough. The tables are close together and there were moments when I felt like I was part of my neighbors' conversations. This is made worse by the large number of servers and staff constantly moving around. We were constantly aware of movement at our elbows even when the staff were tending to other tables so the atmosphere is not very relaxing. In addition, our courses came out one on top of the other so we felt rushed and unable to savor our meal. I was surprised since the restaurant was not full, and we were not on a deadline. One tip, don't be disappointed if you are not seated next to the windows. The view of the famous fountains is not that great. I wouldn't turn down an invitation to return to Le Cirque but it wouldn't be my first choice either. We ate at a competitor the following evening and it was a better experience all around.
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