Food and drink
French and international food. Although the menu’s not particularly innovative - seafood platters, roast chicken, beef wellington - standards are high and you won’t be disappointed by the quality. The desserts in particular are very good. There’s also a bar, so if you don’t want to splash out on the restaurant, you can pop in for a glass of bubbly (US$12).
The crème brulee is fantastic.
Very traditional – it’s rather quiet, heavy on the romance, and mostly filled with couples.
I’ve never had a problem – when I’ve been, it’s been good, although the heavy on the romance atmosphere, which carries onto the service, weighs on me. A friend of mine had a problem with a rude waiter at the lunch service, though.
In Paris – or, rather, on top of Paris. It’s halfway up the Eiffel Tower, balancing on the struts. The views of the Bellagio fountain are fantastic, and thanks to the height you get glorious views up and down the Strip, as well.
Mains start at around US$35-40, and you're definitely paying for the environment rather than the food. Having said that, the environment is spectacular. Also, there's a three course, prix fixe menu served between 6-7pm for $59.
Tables to book
Get as near to the window as you can. Fake a proposal if you have to.