Picasso Las Vegas
Combine original Picassos (totaling over $30 million), the famous Bellagio fountains, vibrant flowers, with exquisite food and you get the Picasso. Award-winning executive chef Julian Serrano completes your sensory experience with what can only be described as edible works of art. Diners may choose between a four-course prix fixe menu and a five-course menu degustation. The bonus is Julian Serrano is actually in the kitchen, a unique feature in the upscale Las Vegas restaurants. Picasso is one of the finest restaurants in the world and is an opportunity not to be missed.
Picasso has received the distinquished AAA Five Diamond Award of Excellence for 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006. Restaurant reviewers for the popular Zagat Las Vegas Restaurant Survey voted Picasso “Most Popular Restaurant” in Las Vegas in 2002.
Prices: Four-course prix fixe menu, (French for “fixed price”) $90; five-course menu degustation, (French for “a tasting or sampling”) $100
Reservations: recommended by calling (702) 693-7223
Attire: Jackets are recommended. No smoking.
Best Table: any in the front that face the Bellagio fountains and the Paris Las Vegas casino’s Eiffel Towel
Wine list: extensive but with high mark-up, corkage, $35
Poached Oysters Garnished with Osetra Caviar, Sauce Vermouth
Warm Quail Salad with Sautéed Artichokes, Pine Nuts
Boudin of Fresh Lobster, Shrimp and Scallops with Sofrito and Nantua Sauce
Sautéed Filet of Black Bass with Saffron Sauce and Cauliflower Mousseline
Sautéed Filet of Center Cut Medallions of Australian Swordfish
with Court-Bouillon Sauce and Fresh Herbs
Roasted Pigeon Crust of Honey, Walnuts and Almonds with Wild Rice Risotto
Sauteed Filet of Canadian Halibut with Purple Peruvian Potatoes Carpaccio and Mushroom Duxelle
Aged Lamb Rôti with Crust of Truffles and Au Jus
Hours: Wednesday-Monday, 6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Closed Tuesday
Reservations Recommended by calling (702) 693-7223
Located at the Bellagio Hotel
3600 Las Vegas Blvd. South