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Joel Robuchon and other stuff

Discussion in 'Vegas Trip Reports' started by EugeneChoi, Feb 23, 2018.

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  1. iamsomedude

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    How were the portions? I've always been interested in trying it out, but I want to be prepared for small portions, whether it is eating a large lunch or getting a lot of free bread.
     
  2. EugeneChoi

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    Everyone is different, but I felt comfortable and satisfied after my meal.

    I’ve thought a lot about this, and while the food is phenomenal, if I wanted to feast I would have gone to an Italian restaurant or a steakhouse. There are tastier and more filling options for $180 on the strip.

    Robuchon was more for the incredible quality of the food, service, and atmosphere.


    To answer your question though - I would have a modest lunch so you’re not too hungry going into it but also save room for all that bread and desssert
     
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    Thanks! Good to know.
     
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    When I went, I saw a dude in a sports jersey walk by us to get to his table. I wish I were kidding.
     
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    Thank you for sharing this! Fabulous photos! Love the food!

    This has been on my list of places to try for a long time. Hopefully I will try it this year for my birthday!
     
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    We're staying in the resort tower room in May....how are the views from those rooms?
     
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    If you gamble enough, you could walk in in assless chaps
     
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    Resort tower/spa tower has a 50/50 shot of strip or Mountain View. I tipped when I checked in and she gave me a partial fountain view room but I could see the whole thing. I have another trip report with photos of that room
     
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