Below is a list of the top and leading French Cuisine in Las Vegas. To help you find the best French Cuisine located near you in Las Vegas, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Las Vegas’ Best French Cuisine:
The top rated French Cuisine in Las Vegas, NV are:
- Ohlala French Bistro – a contemporary french bistro that makes you fall in love with French food
- La Maison de Maggie – aspire to provide you with more than just a place to dine and partake in unique flavors
- Partage – looking forward to sharing with you their passion for amazing food
- Favorite Bistro – emancipate the hypothetical French dining experience from white tablecloths
- Le Cirque – incomparable French menu that has drawn raves and commendation
Ohlala French Bistro
Ohlala French Bistro is a contemporary french bistro that makes you fall in love with French food. Ohlala was established by Richard Terzaghi, the owner of L’Osteria Del Forno located in San Francisco. In the Industry restaurant since 2002. In case you’re searching for a romantic date or a place to enjoy happy hour with a large choice of different plates to share, you’ll find the perfect spot at Ohlala. The décor in the middle within the little Parisian bistro and comfortable restaurant is perfect for Rendez-Vous and happy friends gathering.
Ohlala definitely, waiting for you out there. The wide variety of small plates to share and full dishes in the honor of traditional french cooks will delight the food lovers. The wine list includes high-quality yet affordable wines from France and California. An equivalent amount of thought and attention is provided to food and wine pairings. Their menu hits the spot whether you’re in the mood for a corresponding appetizer-apéritif or a full dinner.
Reservations, Menu, Pick-up Order, Delivery Order
“At first sight, the storefront is not impressive but once you walk in and see behind the curtain, my eyes were in complete awe. The place is elegant and beautiful. When we sat down we were attended immediately. We looked at the menus but knew it was restaurant week. We knew what we wanted but wanted to compare what they were offering to their menu. Restaurant week saves you so much money. Our meals were absolutely amazing from beginning to end. The staff could have refilled our waters more but they were very nice and were knowledgeable about the menu. Ohlala is truly a hidden gem.” – Sabrina P.
La Maison de Maggie
La Maison de Maggie is situated over the Desert Breeze Park, near Spring Mountain and Durango Drive. Maggie is plateful for both quality rendition of classic crêpes and valiant new attempt into the uncharted territories of French cuisine. Designed by Maggie herself the restaurant’s interior contemplates the French countryside atmosphere and the surrounding areas while also paying tribute to Marseille’s storied past. The restaurant also presents seating at the bar where guests can watch the art of French cuisine as it arises in the open-kitchen dining room.
Their galette and crêpe recipes only incorporate legitimate French buckwheat (sarrasin) and wheat flour (farine de blé) which are imported from France along with special flavors such as mint (menthe) or grenadine syrups and vanilla chestnut jam. They aspire to provide you with more than just a place to dine and partake in unique flavors. They sincerely hope to bring you a cultural experience.
Menu, Group Parties, Catering
“What a wonderful discovery! We wanted authentic French cuisine and hospitality and Maggie delivers. The coffee was so smooth, similar to what I remember having in Paris. The Nutella crepe was delicious and I even opted for the gluten-free crepe. It was warm and tasty. My husband enjoyed a sandwich, the Emily. We will be back. The food is so good and we brought home crossaints for our kids. We love supporting local businesses especially ones that have amazing food and friendly service.” – Rachel C.
Partage, after working for 10 years in Michelin-starred restaurants in Paris, Les Baux-de-Provence and Courchevel, Chef Yuri, Pastry Chef Vincent, and Nicolas, their Manager, moved to Las Vegas in December 2015, looking to create their own American dream. They landed with nothing but their backpacks and savings, sharing their entirety from a house to their recipes, doubts, hopes, and joy.
Partage means “sharing” in French, so the name came certainly when they had to pick the name of their second restaurant, and they are looking forward to sharing with you their passion for amazing food.
Menu, Restaurant, Wine Club, Private Room
“This place is amazing. It was a friend’s birthday and she reserved the Chef’s Table for six of us. The food was top-notch. We had the 9-course tasting menu which was actually 11 plus they gave us extra jellies because we loved them so much. Every dish was phenomenal. We left pleasantly full. If you want a place that will not disappoint, THIS IS THE PLACE. All 5 flavor profiles were at play while we dined at this hidden gem. The foie dishes and oxtail were my favorites, but there was not one bad dish. I am a Chef, trained in classical French cuisine. It was a delight to experience Chef Yuri and his team’s culinary expertise. Thank you for such a great night. Partage, see you in January when we are back in Vegas.” – Joseph H.
Favorite Bistro introduces French fare with an American flair. The first U.S. whereabouts from pureblood restaurateurs Thierry Bourdoncle and Ariane de Senneville of Group Bourdoncle. Favorite Bistro appears to emancipate the hypothetical French dining experience from white tablecloths and exchange it with lively surroundings and cuisine imported from their famed locations found in France’s favorite cities.
The interior of the 2,500-square-foot restaurant was custom-made from France and designed by a team from Paris with more than three generations of millwork and design experience. The menu highlights pleasing luxury food such as French onion soup, Steak Frites and Croque Monsieur. Brunch is served daily, promoting menu items like brioche French toast, lobster Benedict served on a croissant, and more.
“Definitely will be going back in the future, stopped in for brunch everything was delicious!
We had the steak and eggs, French toast with fruit everything was tasty.” – Maria G.
Le Cirque’s name is legendary. The experience was unforgettable. Engulf yourself in the magnificent colors of this lakeside destination and prepare for a meal as bold and transcendent as your surroundings. Le Cirque’s luxurious dining room, designed by Adam D. Tihany, exudes celebration, setting the stage for an incomparable French menu that has drawn raves and commendation including a perennial AAA Five Diamond Award rating and Forbes Travel Guide 5 Star Rating since the restaurant’s creation by Sirio Maccioni. A demand wine list and attentive service complete an evening at Le Cirque one that will stay in your memory for years to come.
Menu, Sommeliers, Private Dining
“I was treated to dinner to celebrate my birthday. This is by far my favorite restaurant in Las Vegas. I was looking forward to their re-opening post-covid-19. They shut down for 18 months and It was amazing to see the same staff that has been employed for more than 22 years. Always same great service and delicious food. My favorite waiter Martin treated us like family as they always do, their service is outstanding. Not only while we dined but took the time to send me a huge birthday card that I received the day of my birthday. Thank you so much! For an incredible place. I couldn’t imagine my life without Le Cirque” – Claudia M.
Ermily has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications online. As a business expert, Ermily reviews local and national businesses.