This French bistro and steak house that first earned acclaim in Chicago has become much beloved here in Las Vegas, in large part because few restaurants have terraces overlooking the Strip. For those who prefer a quieter environment, a glassed-in conservatory conveys an outdoor feel, and still-quieter dining rooms are inside, adorned with chandeliers dramatically suspended three stories above. The specialty of the house is steak frites, offered nearly a dozen ways, including classic, au poivre, bordelaise, and Roquefort. The skate wing with lemon-caper spaetzle and brown butter also is excellent, and the prices are, on the whole, reasonable for the Strip. This place also is a favorite for breakfast or brunch and such dishes as classic quiche Lorraine or French toast; a kids' menu also is available.