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Picasso or Le Cirque?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by reedy, Jul 15, 2015.

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  1. reedy

    reedy Low-Roller

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    Meeting my brother and girlfriend in LV in Aug and we're looking for a place to eat on a Saturday night.

    Based on your experiences which would you suggest?

    They are both pretty hardcore foodies and this will be their 2nd trip to LV from the UK.
     
  2. queuetee

    queuetee High-Roller

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    They are pretty close. Did you look at the menus on the Bellagio website??

    I think that P is a beautiful restaurant. I don't know if they do it all the time or if it is seasonal, but I recall the restaurant having dozens of buckets of fresh flowers on the floor---making me think of a European flower market.
     
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    alexanbo High-Roller

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    I prefer Le Cirque, it's a little smaller and more intimate and I found the food just a touch better then Picasso.

    If they like art at all, the Picasso room is pretty impressive with all the art around.
     
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    I much prefer Picasso. Both are great, but the aesthetics at Picasso are much better in my opinion (beautiful, quiet room with amazing art and fountain views, though I'm admittedly a bit of an art history nerd), and they really have the food nailed in a way that comes from there only being a total of about 20 dishes on a menu that hasn't substantially changed since they opened back in 1998. The seared foie gras with the Hungarian dessert wine pairing is incredible.
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    I stick with Le Cirque personally but you can't go wrong with either.

    Mostly depends if you love French food or not.
     
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