United States Nevada Las Vegas Las Vegas Guide Things To Do Essentials Restaurants Nightlife Where to Stay Itineraries Events Getaways All Las Vegas Bouchon at the Venetian Restaurant Profile By Zeke Quezada Zeke Quezada Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Twitter Zeke Quezada is a travel writer specializing in Las Vegas and the author of "Restaurants in Las Vegas: The Best for Less." TripSavvy's editorial guidelines Updated on 06/03/19 Share Pin Email TripSavvy / Elliot Jonch Garcia Some restaurants in Las Vegas stand out as extraordinary, Bouchon at the Venetian is one of those restaurants. The service is very attentive with a knowledgeable staff, the food at Bouchon is beyond compare while the atmosphere is comfortably elegant. Thomas Keller knows the formula for success and his team has created a gem at Bouchon at the Venetian hotel in Las Vegas. Cuisine at Bouchon Las Vegas: Contemporary French Reservations at Bouchon Las Vegas: Not Required, recommended Price Range Bouchon Las Vegas: $5 - $40 per entree Attire: Casual / Elegant What It's Like Bouchon is every bit as comfortable as the rest of the Venetian Hotel. Breakfast is far more relaxed than dinner but for the most part, it is casually elegant. The dining room is airy and offers patio seating that lends a vacation feel to your meal. You'll love the natural light that floods the room and motivates the second cup of coffee and the hardwoods and white table clothes are simple yet significant to setting the mood. The Food This is extraordinary cooking taken to a level that is simply impossible to match. If you are a fan of eating then you are already familiar with Chef Thomas Keller. While this is not the French Laundry it is very close because the standards are set to Keller’s perfectionist heights. If you want great food in Las Vegas you will get it at Bouchon. If you want amazing breakfast it will happen at Bouchon. If you are looking to spend less, that will not happen at Bouchon. The wine list will tempt you and the entrées will tempt you to return a second and third time. Breakfast is an epic journey into the most important meal of the day but you'll be surprised by how simple good can be. The three egg omelet is just that, an omelet, but you won't find a better one in Las Vegas. The French Toast is divine and the sausage hash is a meal that can be had at any time of the day. Dinner is very French but with a nod to the Chef's style. The Bearnaise is rich on the ribeye and the sole with brown butter is classic and spectacular. This is definitely a meal that will keep you talking about it for months after you experience it. Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! Submit The Best Restaurant in Every State Go Here For the Best Breakfasts in San Francisco The Best Buffets in Las Vegas 7 Ways to Occupy Your Time at Venetian Las Vegas The Top Breakfast Joints in Las Vegas The Best Restaurants in Boston The 6 Best Las Vegas Hotels for Couples in 2021 The Best Places for Brunch in NYC The 7 Best Old Montreal Hotels of 2021 Outdoor Restaurants in Las Vegas Man vs. Food at Hash House A Go Go, Las Vegas Disney World's 10 Best Table-Service Restaurants The 15 Best Restaurants in Oklahoma City 48 Hours in Las Vegas: The Ultimate Itinerary The 12 Best Restaurants in Birmingham, Alabama What Are the Most Luxurious (and Expensive) Hotels in Las Vegas?