The Gourmet Restaurants
at the Bellagio Hotel
From the expansive display of noodle-filled apothecary jars to the lavish use
of gilt and polished marble, designer Tony Chi's striking design for Noodles
is sleek, modern and inspired.
Chart your own culinary journey of the Far East with authentic noodle, rice
and congee specialties from Thailand, Japan, China, and Vietnam, as well as
Hong Kong-style barbecue specialties.
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m.
Friday - Sunday
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
For over a quarter century, Le Cirque has remained the gustatory temple at the
epicenter of New York's social, business and power dining scenes.
Perched astride an eight-acre lake filled with dancing fountains, Le Cirque
is a whimsical jewel box of color and detail, from the star-studded entry of
polished woods to the sumptuous, swooping silk-tented ceiling.
Specials include: Braised Rabbit in Riesling with Spaetzle, Fava Beans and Wild
Mushrooms; Roasted Chicken in Black Truffle Skin with Roasted Potatoes and Lobster
Salad "Le Cirque" with Black Truffle Dressing.
Set in the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens and offering views of shimmering
pools, AQUA radiates luxury.
This acclaimed San Francisco restaurant showcases contemporary seafood with
continental flair. Awash in soft neutral tones, polished rare woods and sprays
of fresh flowers, the room brims with sophisticated modern charm. Specialties
include Aqua Caviar Parfait, Tartare of Ahi Tuna with Scotch Bonnet Chile Oil,
Miso-Glazed Chilean Sea Bass and Lobster Potpie.
Voted No. 1, "Tops for Food" by surveyors in the prestigious 2002
Zagat Las Vegas Restaurant Guide Survey.
The cook, Jean-Georges Vongerichten raises steakhouse dining to new heights
at PRIME, located at lakeside with views of the fountains and lights of Las
Brimming with Baccarat chandeliers, plush furnishings and gilt galore, PRIME
evokes the charms of a luxurious 1930s-style speakeasy.
The wine cellar is deep with great California reds and first growth Bordeaux,
and the adjoining outdoor patio is a lovely setting for hand-crafted cocktails
Named "Best Steakhouse in Las Vegas" by Las Vegas Life Magazine, PRIME
may well be the grandest, most romantic steakhouse on earth!
Authentic sushi, teppan yaki and pan-Asian tasting menus are but a few of the
pleasures and treasures that await at Shintaro.
This sleek, California-inspired dining room boasts expansive views of the fountains
of Bellagio and lights of Las Vegas.
All manners of tempuras, teriyakis and grilled dishes are featured on the contemporary
At the teppan yaki tables, diners can experience a live theatre of cooking,
with master chefs preparing multi-course dinners right before their eyes.
The popular sushi bar is highlighted by a dramatic, kaleidoscopic display of
A large selection of Japanese beers and sakes are always offered.
Cook Todd English brings the robust flavors of his Boston-based restaurant to
Las Vegas at this lively, spirited Mediterranean bistro.
Vibrant mosaic tiles, whimsical lighting and charming café seating fill
the space, where a curved wall of windows opens onto stunning views of the lake
and its dancing fountains.
The inventive menu of flatbread pizzas, housemade pastas, rotisserie dishes
and flame-licked seafood and meats reads like a tour of the Riviera coastline.
Conveniently located in the Via Bellagio, Olives is the perfect setting for
a late lunch or early supper between browsing the boutiques.
The intimate outdoor patio offers al fresco dining, weather permitting.
With its sparkling chandeliers, miles of pastel chintz and colorful bursts of
flowers, Jasmine is a room built for romance.
Cook Philip Lo, an originator of nouvelle Hong Kong cuisine, creates contemporary
and classic Cantonese, Szechuan and Hunan dishes, as well as live seafood specialties.
Specialties include Maine Lobster Dumplings with Ginger Sauce; Minced Squab
in Lettuce Petals; Crystal Florida Stone Crab Claws; Garlic Beef Tenderloin,
and Imperial Peking Duck.
Surrounded on three sides by gorgeous lake and garden views, Jasmine also features
music synchronized to the soaring fountains of Bellagio.
The younger and more casual sibling of the legendary Le Cirque, Osteria del
Circo is a bold, bustling highwire act where oven-fired Tuscan cuisine takes
With playful interiors created by Adam Tihany, this sophisticated three-ring
circus crackles with energy, from the gleam of the open kitchen to the Busby-Berkley
chorus line of fountains soaring skyward outside.
Beyond the lighthearted décor, the menu is decidedly serious - a blend
of the Maccioni matriarch Egidiana's traditional home cooking and seasonal,
The spirited menu veers from lusty appetizers and pastas to rotisserie dishes
and beef and seafood entrées.
Soaring cove ceilings, intimate nooks and great bursts of flowers make Picasso
a dream of country elegance.
Here, the French-Mediterranean cuisine takes flight in a room that boasts an
awesome profusion of original Picasso oils and ceramics.
The cook showcases his ingredient-driven, seasonal cuisine in two masterful
menus: a four-course tasting menu and a five-course Chef's Degustation.