Daniel Boulud Brasserie at Wynn (Closed)
Just The Facts, Please.
Wynn, overlooking the Lake of Dreams.
Daniel Boulud and Wesley Holton
Entrees $30-50; Appetizers $12-20; sides $8.
Internet buzz is that the restaurant has not renewed its lease.
Sample Menu Items
A Signature Item: 9 oz. sirloin burger stuffed with braised short ribs, foie gras, and black truffle
parmesan bun, french fries $32
Striped Bass - broccoli rabe, littleneck clam & miso broth $36
Steelhead Salmon - meyer lemon confit, dill, yogurt $34
Another fine restaurant by Daniel Boulud, with a single Michelin Star no less. Unfortunately, the restaurant is now closed, after a five year run.
The internet buzz is generally favorable, although recent buzz has an increasing number of reviews that felt the restaurant isn't living up to its Michelin Star rating. Perhaps the news of its April closing has seeped into the kitchen.
- Eating Las Vegas has confirmed that the Daniel Boulud Brasserie at Wynn will close when its five year operating agreement is up in April, 2010.
- If anyone asks me what my favorite restaurant is. This is it. I had one of the best meals of my life here. Literally everything I had was out of this world.
- This restaurant has outstanding service and impeccable dishes. I ate the escargot, chilled seafood platter, braised short rib, and lamb. Everything was beautifully plated, and tasted exquisite.
- The DB Burger exceeded my expectations last night and I'm craving one today :(
- Everyone loves Boulud, but somehow the food didn't sing to me. The other problem with the restaurant is that it's very large, very loud, and very "Vegas".
- I wish I could give this place more stars but I just didn't find this place worth the price and frankly expected better from an accomplished French chef and a Michelin rated place.
- DBB has been my go-to restaurant in Vegas for solo dining at odd hours. I've always shown up without a reservation. It's always packed when I go, and yet they've always managed to devise some way of accommodating me.
- Their Foie Gras burger was decadent, carpaccio amazing, and the short ribs were NUTS. I already have a crush on short ribs in general, but these short ribs were probably the best I've had in my life. WOW
- The decor is understated and lovely, and almost every table has a view of the Wynn's weird water show. The staff was helpful, friendly, and knowledgeable without being condescending.
- Everything was generously portioned, from the Caesars salad down to the well-known Daniel Boulud braised short ribs (which was melt-in-your-mouth perfection paired deliciously with my favorite winder veggie, brussel sprouts, on a bed of parsnip puree). The ribeye-for-2 served along side bone marrow (both out-of-this-world good)