About Tableau - Wynn Las Vegas
An elegant oasis tucked away from the bustling hotel and casino, Tableau strives for the ideal combination of Vegas glamour and innovative American fare. Nestled inside the lobby of the Wynn Tower Suites, and perched over a grove of pristine pools, Tableau has become the top spot in town for a luxurious breakfast or lunch experience and a popular nighttime setting for private parties and events. Chef David Middleton brings his deft touch to the cuisine, with only the finest, most distinctive seasonal ingredients gracing his menus. The décor matches the sophisticated fare, combining whimsical and elegant themes that play off each other beautifully. Divided into a large main dining room and the smaller, more exclusive Conservatory, the space features floor-to-ceiling windows, textured stone walls, opulent Murano glass chandeliers and luxuriously appointed tables. Amid the chic environs of Tableau, you might think you've been transported, however briefly, to Palm Springs or Paris.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 11:30am.
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:15pm.
Weekend Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 2:15pm.
Las Vegas Boulevard So. at Sands Avenue
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary enclosed parking is available at the Wynn self park garage, located off Las Vegas Boulevard. Valet parking is available at the Wynn Main Gate off Las Vegas Boulevard; and both the Wynn Tower Suites Gate and Wynn South Gate, located off Sands Avenue.
24/7 Las Vegas Public Transit - both the Deuce and Express Bus stop outside on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Tableau is available for private events nightly, accommodating standing receptions for up to 150 guests and seated dinners for 100.
Whether celebrating a special occasion with family and friends or hosting a corporate event, Tableau can accommodate all of your special event needs.
Tableau - Wynn Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
Terrible experience, my first time here was good so I decided to bring my family here just to be disappointed. Waited for our food to arrive for 40 mins, asked our waiter a few times and he never came back to update us, only with the excuse of "will check on it" but NOTHING. Ended up charging us for the Tableau Breakfast we got when we ONLY got the eggs, no pastry and no tea after the eggs arrived 40 mins later. Fries, pastries and tea never arrived and another waitress got the bill for us because we had to leave to the airport, and she had the audacity to still charge us for the food we didn't get. Didn't want to make a big deal out of it because we're in a hotel and we were in a hurry so we just left. Planned for a fantastic brunch finish to our trip but left us hungry and angry.
If you like having the reservations you made 2 weeks in advance, that were confirmed in person, by you 2 hours prior, then confirmed 20 minutes prior to your arrival by the hotel concierge, completely disregarded and ignored.
If you like that after waiting 15 minutes for a table you are seated in a 3/4 empty dining room of un-bussed tables.
And if you like a waiter coming over to your table right after you sit down, telling him you're not ready to order and then never seeing him again.
Then RUN, don't walk to Tableau. This is your place because it sure isn't mine.
PS we left, so I don't know if he ever came back to the table.
Second disappointing dining experience here at the Wynn and we arrived last night.
I have been to Tableau a number of times and it continues to get better and better.
It all starts with the Management. The GM, Brooke Kromroy, is seasoned, experienced and well versed in fine and casual dining. She is perfect for this room because she understands the demographic of her customer, and creates a cohesive bridge between the front of the house and the kitchen. She is quite frankly the reason the restaurant works.
The chef and his team do an amazing job of developing and fulfilling on their diverse menu offerings. The food is extremely good and consistent.
The service is beyond amazing.
We love Tableau for an everyday breakfast or a business lunch.
We will be back soon!
We were there for lunch and once we sat down we were told " everyone must order a full entree". We were there for lunch but there were 10 of us. I wondered what would have happened if 9 of us ordered and one did not. Would they throw us out? It was off-putting so that kind of hung over us the whole meal.
You would expect prompt service with high quality food at these prices but this was a miss. We set our reservation for 10:45 am and was seated 15 minutes after we checked in with the hostess. There were screaming babies and tottlers milling around and during the entire time I got one water and one mimosa. I wasn't asked if I needed more. The food was the same quality you would get at any upper class chain. The outside seating area had birds walking on the silverware that was placed for the next guest that is unsanitary. It wouldn't be a concern if it wasn't so much money. I will not be back
Tableau provides a beautiful outdoor dining experience.
The orange juice is freshly squeezed and extremely fresh and delicious. Unfortunately it's $7 for a small juice glass which is outrageous but you're in Vegas so...
We both got bananas foster French toast. My Mom loved it. I didn't care for it. I didn't like the bread they used. It tasted like banana bread...almost cakey. I prefer just a regular bread if you are going to have such sweet toppings. I wouldn't order it again. In the past I've had the bananas foster French toast from Terrace Point Cafe which was much better than here. I noticed on this visit that Tableau had it and Terrace Point did not. Their version was better! My Mom also got a side of bacon which she requested be crispy. She really enjoyed it. We got a croissant which was amazing! If I could, I would eat one a day for the rest of my life!
Multiple people waited on us throughout our dining experience. At least 4, maybe 5. It doesn't matter so much as long as you are being well taken care of but it is difficult to build a bond with your person and it's confusing come tip time because to me it seems more like a buffet restaurant tip than normal table service.
The only thing that takes away from outdoor dining here is the fact that birds will visit the empty tables and poke around. I feel like since the staff know this happens, they should be clearing the tables much quicker than they do. If the tables were cleared quicker, the birds wouldn't have anything to dine on. We saw some birds take a pastry and fly away. It bothered my Mom much more than it bothered me but it definitely isn't something that people want to see happening at a fancy, expensive breakfast.
The food is OUTSTANDING, EXCELLENT!!! Especially the 'potato crisps', belgian waffles and croissants (note: all Wynn croissants are outstanding - best in the USA, and real, no cheating in the creation of these huge beauties). With that said, service outside can be quite slow (but food appears quickly & hot), and the speed of turning over the tables between guests appears to be quite erratic - you might have to wait a few minutes even though there are visible empty tables and you have a reservation. If you come between 7-8:30 am, this isn't a problem as there is free coffee and tea at the bar.
This is a great value, as Tower Suites Experience Menu items are free if you stay in the Tower Suites.
And seriously, enjoy the belgian waffles, croissants and potato crisps!! mmmm
Decor is Provincial French and reminds me of the inside dining room at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, albeit without a sea view. Menu is diverse and includes several unconventional combinations that actually work in pleasing the palate. Staff is genuinely kind and attentive but well-trained in being either attentive or discrete (as dictated by the diners' needs and moods) at the appropriate times.
This is breakfast/brunch/lunch at its (rare) best in Las Vegas. The Wynn is one of a handful of hotels who offer genuinely superb room service, but Tableau offers an enjoyable alternative for beginning the day with a good meal. My fiancée and I often take breakfast there and it is equally suitable for meetings with business associates.
The ambiance was fantastic. The food was good but not notable, and most staff did a good job. However, there were too many missteps.
•The entrees should have been brought together to avoid the awkward, "Please go ahead and get started..." Sometimes I'll add a note to my res to bring all entrees at the same time but I thought that unnecessary at Tableau. Was that a service error or do I need to remind staff each time of this service consideration?
•We arrived a little early for an 11:30 reservation and were provided breakfast menus, which was fine. When the waiter returned to take our order at 11:37, another staff said the kitchen would no longer accept bfast orders. If we were given those menus and were ready to order from them when the waiter returned, shouldn’t our orders be taken? If not, why provide them?
•The waitress offered to start taking orders with my VIP guest. He requested that she take the ladies' orders first then the mens'. She then asked the lady next to me for her order and, instead of continuing with the women (as is polite and as my guest requested), she asked me (a man) for my order next. I provided it to avoid the embarrassment of restating his request, however, that also put me in an awkward position.
•Since I don’t drink, it occurred to me much too late that this group always enjoyed their wine when dining. The one time I needed a wine list is the first time one hasn't been offered to me. Perhaps the staff sensed this was a business lunch and therefore didn't offer the wine list. This may or may not represent a service failure since I don't know the restaurant's policy on that.
•The lady next to me reported that her entree, which was supposed to be hot, was cold when it arrived.
•We were all uncomfortably warm. The waitress did offer to close the sun shade, which helped tremendously, but it was still quite warm.
I might return in a low-stakes situation because of the attractive ambiance but probably not for a business meal.
The restaurant had great ambiance and good service. However, the few times I paid this much for a burger, the burger was awesome. This burger was merely above average which did not merit its $25 price tag.
I thought the service was a little slow--it took about 22 minutes from the time I ordered the burger until it was delivered to me. To do lunch here, that would need to be a bit shorter (say 15 minutes).
The vegetarian menu did have more reasonably priced items and what appeared to be more appetizing options, which I will try next time.
One barrier to my returning is that there is no reasonable way to get to the restaurant without doing a fair amount of walking through a smokey casino. There is valet parking closer to the restaurant, but they charge their restaurant guests, reducing the utility of that option to avoid smoke.
As with most new-to-me restaurants, I plan to return 1-3 more time to provide a less anecdotal review.
I tend to prefer to do solo dining while traveling on business and I wanted a high end experience removed from the typical strip chaos. Tableau was perfect. I was treated with respect and attention and was given space to complete work while never feeling ignored. I had the roasted shrimp, which was delightful and spicy in all the right ways. My experience at Tableau was enough to consider the Wynn for future trips for personal reasons.
The food is quite good and the ambiance is nice if it is slow, but on busier days and weekends, they need to work on managing the rush. We have been in several times, and the days we went between 7 and 8 were the best by far. On a holiday, we wanted to sleep in and relax, but paid the price -- waited 40 minutes past reservation for a table, after which we found out they had run out of the newspapers we requested (one of our favorite parts of this restaurant for breakfast!), and the food and quality of service suffered noticeably-- slow refills, harried food runners, forgotten items, and more slapdash presentation to the dishes overall. To her credit, the manager did her best to smooth over the situation, but they should definitely reconsider how they manage greeting and seating, as it was chaotic and frustrating.
My 4th visit was disappointing. The past three visits this year were great. Service this time was terrible. Our waiter had no personality. No bread was offered to us. We had to flag down and ask for coffees refills, ask twice to get hot sauce after our meal was delivered. The food was good, so that was something positive.
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