There is a quaint French bistro on the level just above Arias Casino floor. The room is quaint, but beautifully designed – dark woods, leather and etched glass windows immediately take guests to a hidden gem in Paris. The Bardot Brasserie is the foray into classic French cuisine by the world-famous chef Michael Mina – and he has put together a menu with classic French home-style cooking and given it that special Mina touch.
Foie Gras and Le Fromage, a chef’s selection of cheeses, are the perfect way to start the table. You might also want to try the popular Prime Steak Tartar, popular with regulars, served with egg yolks and freshly cut potato chips.
Do like the French with classic starters like Le Steak Frites. Choose from three different cuts – a flat iron steak, a double-cut ribeye or a filet mignon, all of which are of course served with hand-cut french fries. More informal bites with improved features include Le Steak Burger and Poulet Roti.
Brunch is a popular experience at Bardot, which runs Friday through Sunday and is filled with French pastries, breakfast items with a French twist, caviar service, and a French toast dish.
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