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Le Cirque

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Le Cirque Review

This sumptuous restaurant, a branch of the New York City landmark, remains one of the city's true temples of haute cuisine, despite increased heavy-hitting competition. The mahogany-lined room is all the more opulent for its size: in a city of mega-everything; Le Cirque seats only 80 under its draped silk-tent ceiling. Even with a view of the hotel's lake and its mesmerizing fountain show, you'll only have eyes for your plate when your server presents dishes such as the panko-crusted egg with osetra caviar, or sauteed foie gras with white chocolate and raisin brioche. Degustation, a la carte, and vegetarian menus are offered, and the wine cellar contains about 900 selections representing the major wine-producing regions of the world. One little-known secret: Le Cirque offers a reduced-price prix-fixe pre-theater dinner menu.

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  • Reservations essential
  • Closed Mon. No lunch.
Updated: 05-28-2014

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    Best meal ever!

    Definitely the best meal of my life at Le Cirque. My friend and I enjoyed our meal after watching the "O" Cirque de Soleil show, and it was a wonderful compliment to the evening. Service was impeccable, as was the food. I ordered the rabbit and it was delicious! Be ready to spend more than $100 per person, but is definitely worth it! We were excited for the advertised views of the Bellagio fountains, but sadly only those seated next to the windows would be able to see them. And those seats were fairly limited.

    by Corinn45, 6/22/09

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