THE EIFFEL TOWER RESTAURANT is one of the most beautiful rooms in the city.
In the Paris Hotel, of course, this superb place has a view of the whole Las Vegas Strip. Opened 20 years ago, it has maintained its place as one of the best-kept places to dine. Seating 265 people, the management of Sharon Boudreau and Lyle Tolhurst keeps its high standards. We started with The Eiffel Tower, Brut Reserve MV, (Cremant d’Alsace) champagne, and went for appetizers, among which was Duck Strudel.
Also, in the Paris Hotel is the ever-beautiful Mon Ami Gabi, overlooking the Fountains of Bellagio. With inside and deck seating, this is really one amazing place.
We had dinner that went on for 2 1/2 hours. Starting with a carrot spread for the French baguette, there was an elegant chilled seafood platter, with lobster, shrimp, oysters, and raw salmon. Next was a cheese, nut, fruit, olive and pate tray with plenty to pick from, including three kinds of cheese and 3 pates, with French Dijon mustard. Next up was baked goat cheese in a tomato-based sauce on garlic bread, along with baked scallops, escargot, and amazing French onion soup. We followed up with their most well-known dish, steak, and fries. The filet mignon was cooked to perfection. They also have trout, salmon, skate, and pasta dishes. There was not a single seat in the house open, as this restaurant is truly a 5 star. Sides can include, spinach, green beans, macaroni, and cheese, or sautéed mushrooms. Try the steamed artichokes or steak tartare.
Open 7 days a week from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. call 702-944-4224. Catering also. Truly amazing!
General Manager Nancy MacAulay and Michael DeLaPena is the Manager for Mon Ami Gabi – Las Vegas