Eiffel Tower Restaurant Las Vegas NV Reviews | GAYOT

Eiffel Tower Restaurant Review:

If Las Vegas were the house, this restaurant would be the best seat in it, for this fine-dining perch in Paris's Eiffel Tower has an unobstructed view of the Strip, including Bellagio's dancing fountains across the street. Burgundy velour banquettes and a Belle Époque décor set a plush stage for the contemporary French offerings. Among imaginative appetizers, we like the cold foie gras torchon with duck prosciutto and a fig compote, offered for lunch and dinner. Luncheon sandwiches include a spicy Moroccan lamb burger with pipérade. A salad favorite is created with lobster, shrimp and crab. The dégustation menu dreamed up by the chef each evening is a popular choice, featuring items such as coconut curry scallops with zucchini flower beignet and summer squash; wild halibut; veal medallions with green asparagus, mushrooms and potato tuile; Eiffel Tower desserts or a soufflé; and petits four. Wine can be paired with the tasting menu for a complete experience. Among à la carte dinner entrées, try the slow-roasted filet of Pacific salmon with Pinot Noir sauce. Prices on the lunch menu are fairly reasonable while the dinner prices are rather high, but dishes such as the individual Eiffel Tower beef Wellington with sautéed snap peas are worth it. The wine list consists of more than 900 labels. Cocktails, such as the fruity Eiffel Affair, are also tempting.