“Would you like a view with your meal, miss?” Please follow me.” That might not be exactly the scenario when you step onto the Eiffel Tower restaurant host’s stand, but it certainly can’t be far off.
The French restaurant, slightly above the base of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, offers spectacular views of the Bellagio fountains and Las Vegas Boulevard. However, a look at the menu will also yield great views of dishes like smoked salmon; steak tartare; slow-braised smoked pork belly; and hot foie gras, and those are just the starters. Don’t forget to order a glass of wine or a cocktail like the Eiffel Affair, with Stoli Blueberi vodka, macerated berries, Boudier crème de cassis, Combier orange liqueur, rose nectar and sparkling Crémant D’Alsace brut. And to top it off, try an Osetra caviar tasting.
For a main course, enjoy boneless whole Dover sole, Colorado roast rack of lamb or individual beef Wellington. There are also plenty of steaks, from Rossini-style filet mignon, served with foie gras and truffle sauce, to Prime New York aged steak. Add Maine lobster or additional sauces for even more punch.
The restaurant also offers options for vegetarians, such as summer vegetables with wild mushrooms, quail egg and romesco sauce. Dishes like these tend to change seasonally, so ask your server what’s available. Desserts are suitably decadent here, with the soufflés being among the best, with flavors like Valrhona chocolate, Grand Marnier, Sicilian pistachio and lemon blueberry. You can also get other sweets like creme brulee, chocolate hazelnut cake and macaroons.
And for a weekend brunch, it’s hard to beat the view and the three-course menu, where you’ll find delicacies like creamy onion soup, lobster eggs Benedict, or French toast with crème brûlée. , as well as desserts such as hot Alsace apple strudel in the oven.
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