Las Vegas' Best French Food: Fine Dining, Bistros and More



French cuisine is well-represented in Las Vegas, from elegant restaurants on the Strip to casual eateries in Vegas’ neighborhoods. An indulgent evening at a French restaurant on the Strip can be seriously expensive, but you don’t have to break the bank for wonderful French food--although if you are going to splurge on anything away from the casino, why not make it a great meal?

Most French restaurants on the Strip are full of artfully designed interiors and Parisian-inspired decor. The eye-catching BARDOT Brasserie offers diners an Instagram-worthy interior and a selection of dishes that they’ve put their own twist on, like the escargot in puff pastry with Chartreuse-garlic butter.

The Strip is home to a host of fine French restaurants, but a short drive off the Strip will turn up great restaurants with a more casual atmosphere and less expensive prices. The quality you’ll find at many local neighborhood restaurants is as good as you’ll find on the Strip. At La Maison de Maggie, for instance, the flour and several other ingredients are imported from France for the crepes and galettes.

Whether you're hungry for classic French bistro food or a lavish degustation, here's a look at some of Las Vegas’ best French restaurants. Bon appétit!




The intimate, stylish interior at Ohlala French Bistro gives this modern French bistro food a fitting backdrop. With a large choice of plates to share, tartines and a full menu, along with a wine list that won't break the bank, Ohlala is a good...  Read More


Mon Ami Gabi
Photo courtesy of Mon Ami Gabi


While the people-watching at Mon Ami Gabi is unparalleled (if you score a seat outside, there's nothing like the street-side view of the Strip from the patio), the food is also worth noting. There is always something new to try on this classic...  Read More




Located on the 11th floor of Paris Las Vegas' half-sized Eiffel Tower replica, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant truly takes Vegas dining experience to new heights. Serving an exquisite menu by acclaimed chef J. Joho, the French restaurant not only...  Read More


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Crepes may be one of the most commonly known French foods, and at La Maison de Maggie the menu features crepes and galettes. The restaurant uses only authentic French buckwheat and wheat flour imported from France to make its creations. The...  Read More




The pretty exterior of BARDOT Brasserie will entice you to come in, and the menu will give you so many wonderful sounding options that it might be difficult to choose a dish. This Parisian cafe's dinner and weekend brunch offerings include...  Read More




Noted Chef Guy Savoy has his only United States restaurant in Las Vegas. Recipient of several culinary awards and accolades, Guy Savoy was once a finalist for the James Beard Foundation's Best New Restaurant of the Year award. Epicurean...  Read More


Twist by Pierre Gagnaire
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Located on the 23rd floor of Mandarin Oriental, Twist by Pierre Gagnaire boasts an innovative menu that infuses the simplicity of classic French cuisine with a modern spin--a fusion for which the three-star Michelin chef is revered in today's...  Read More


Le Cirque
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The bold cuisine of famed restaurateur Sirio Maccioni has earned this Strip restaurant consistent acclaim. The timeless menu features classic and contemporary French fare is enhanced by a superior wine selection, attentive service and an elegant...  Read More




The MGM Grand is home to two restaurants from Chef Joel Robuchon, the celebrated French chef. Of the two, L'Atelier is known as the more casual, slightly less expensive of the restaurants. An open kitchen gives diners a view behind the scenes,...  Read More


Joël Robuchon
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Joel Robuchon offers lavish, award-winning French food that leaves diners talking about it for a very long time after the dessert is over. Created by Chef Joel Robuchon, the fixed menus showcase precise portions of perfect French Nouvelle...  Read More


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Terrisa Meeks is a native born, life-long resident of Las Vegas. She's watched Las Vegas grow and change over the years, especially the ever-evolving Las Vegas Strip. She still enjoys hanging...  More About Terrisa

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