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At Bouchon, chef Thomas Keller fills his French menu with his own favorites, like steak frites, croque madame and quiche. So you’ll find many classics throughout the breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch menus that hit all the major food groups within French cuisine. For breakfast, you’ll find an array of pastries, such as the cheese Danish, as well as more complete meals, such as the ham steak and eggs.
For lunch and dinner at the Las Vegas restaurant, you’ll have a variety of categories from which to choose, with seafood, salads, entrées, caviar, hors d’oeuvres, cheeses, desserts and sides. Highlights include the juicy leg of lamb, steak frites and flaky-as-can-be quiche du jour.
Of course, you can’t leave a French bistro without trying the desserts. Bouchon serves a selection of six cheeses; a tasting portion of three goes for $15.25. If you prefer a sweeter ending, the decadent dessert options include profiteroles, a lemon tart, infused custard, caramel custard and sorbet.
One of the best parts about Bouchon is that it’s open in the daytime, too; unlike a lot of the fine-dining restaurants at The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, you’ll be able to grab a great meal at Bouchon not just for dinner, but for breakfast and lunch, too.