Food was fine but really nothing special. Wine prices are prohibitive. Service was fine but not those professional, career servers that you often get treated to in Las Vegas. Nothing worthy of a visit here with so many other options in Vegas.
As we were craving pasta we decided on DOCG, after watching Scott Conant berate contestants on chopped for poorly cooked pasta we expected the best! Our party of 5 arrived on time for our 8:30pm reservation, the place was very busy and we were finally seated just before 9:00pm, service was very slow from the start and it took a long time to get a menu and a cocktail. For appetizers e had the crispy calamari, carpaccio, lardo wrapped prawns, clams al forno, pork Crocchetta andselection of cured meats. All appys wre great. For main course we had Pici with braised duck and truffles, Gnudi with spinach ricotta, veal raviolini, Berkshire pork chop and Branzino. All were very good with the standouts being the branzino and braised duck pasta. Overall a good eperience that could have been better with more prompt attentive service. Might return again but am more likely to go to Fiamma at MGM or Sinatra at Encore next time I am craving Italian
Simply put, neither the food nor the service match the price point. The food is good, but not great, as is the service. We shared the Grand Plateau, which, while brimming with seafood, was not worth $110 as it wasn't all that fresh, nor exactly what our server described. Classic dishes like the frites and beef bourgignon were fine, but not perfect (soggy on one hand, and tough on the other). Our main server was fine, but the runners were inept. The deck overlooking the Strip is outstanding, but there are much better French restaurants around.
The best way I can describe the service here is casual but fully attentive. And I mean this in the best possible way! Every server we have had there has known the menu, offered sensible recommendations, and done so without being snooty or..... Gulp.... French!? If you don't plan on kissing anyone that Ning be sure to try the onion soup. Last visit we hade a skate fish that was delicious and fun. They have all the clssics,too. We have yet to have a bad dish.
Great space, top-notch service. Frisee salad and their famous burger were to die for! Highly recommended.
They served my twelve guests wonderfully! Menu is everything you want. Fun drinks. Bread to die for and a fun view of the strip.
Lunch was onion soup followed by steak frites. The soup was super tasty, though it maybe needed a little salt. The main course was cooked perfectly and the fries were great. Service was generally very good, though it did take a little while for the food to arrive. Beautiful setting overlooking The Strip.
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