Answers from Our Experts (1)
Though Aureole Las Vegas is a popular spot from acclaimed celebrity chef Charlie Palmer, the restaurant’s diverse tasting menus and à la carte options mean you won’t have to break the bank to enjoy a great meal.
Entrées run about $35 on average, though steaks and veal chops cost more. If you’d like to try several dishes, a $65 three-course tasting menu or an $85 four-course tasting menu will let you dabble. Tasting menus include distinctive seafood and lamb dishes such as the North Atlantic fluke carpaccio with piña colada froth and candied macadamia nuts or the roasted pistachio-crusted lamb loin. The $65 three-course market menu changes seasonally and includes fresh ingredients hand-picked by the chef, like the American Wagyu beef skirt steak with a creamy bacon, jalapeño and corn succotash.
For an extra $55, you can let the sommelier complement your meal with one of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant’s excellent vintages. Aureole Las Vegas is known for having the largest wine selection in Sin City, with more than 60,000 bottles. The wine-pairing fee is worth it alone to watch the restaurant’s “wine angels” scale the four-story wine tower like straight out of a spy flick to pluck your bottle.