Jasmine Restaurant at Bellagio
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Bellagio, overlooking the Fountains
Dinner Daily 5:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Traditional Hong Kong Cantonese as well as regional contemporary interpretations.
Jasmine presents the Fountains Brunch every Sunday; Brunch Served Sundays 11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.; $55 per personJasmine at Bellagio: Dining Built for Romance
Sample Menu Items
TAI CHIN PRAWNS Wok Fried Jumbo Gulf Prawns, Shallot, Sun Dried Chilies and Garlic, on a bed of pan fried noodle, topped with Black Bean Sauce
BRAISED KOBE SHORT RIBS Pickled Mustard Greens, Wu Xi Sauce
IMPERIAL PEKING DUCK First Course: Tableside Service with Crepes,Scallion, Shredded Cucumber and Hoi Sin Sauce. Second Course: Wok-tossed Diced Duck Meat with Jiacama, Bamboo Shoots and Black Mushroom, served in Iceberg Lettuce Petals
Mavens Overview: Jasmine
Jasmine at Bellagio is a high end Chinese restaurant, specializing in Cantonese cuisine. While restaurant's decor is elegant, the views from the dining room of "The Fountains of Bellagio" are spectacular.
Chef Philip Lo prepares Hong Kong Cantonese cuisine along with other regional dishes. The food gets generally good reviews, although customers feel the prices are on the high side.
Jasmine offers a Sunday Brunch, named "Fountains Brunch" for $55; 11am-2:30 pm. Part of the Brunch Menu:
Jasmine at Bellagio: Dining Built for Romance
Alaskan Red King Crab, Lemon Aioli
Jumbo Poached Shrimp, Brandy–Spiked Cocktail
Jumbo Crab Claws, Grainy Mustard
Yukio's Nigiri and Maki Sushi, Wasabi and Pickled Ginger
Scottish Smoked Salmon, Dill–Vodka Cured Lox,
Kobe Beef Roulade with Enoki Mushrooms and Miso–Butterscotch Dressing
Organic Brown Egg Service Build–Your–Own Omelets, Scrambled or Fried
Traditional, Lobster–Potato Cake or Florentine
Peking–Style Duck in Steam Bun
Roasted Prime Tenderloin, Puff Pastry and Black Truffle
Internet Buzz: Jasmine
- Upscale atmosphere, great view of the water show, and delicious food! A nice place to take someone special if you're in Vegas
- Elegant dining room, view of the Bellagio fountains, and the only restaurant at Bellagio that plays the fountain music along with the show so you can watch the "choreography." The Peking Duck is amazing! Prepared table side with care. I've had Peking Duck at a high end place in Beijing, and Jasmine met my already high expectations.
- The food ranged from decent to good -- highlights included the string beans in XO sauce and Peking Duck -- food was overpriced and you are definitely paying for the view of the fountains.
- It was $48.50 for the dim sum buffet--so instead of grumpy ladies walking around with carts serving you, you have to get up and walk around and serve yourself--and pay 1000% more than if you went to a real dim sum place. The food was good though, excellent selection with all the "favorites." I'd recommend if you didn't have to pay for your meal.
- What was I thinking? There is nothing, NOTHING you can do to tofu to make it worth $23. I should have known better. And serving Chinese food in a Fancy-schmancy dining room? Dead giveaway of a ripoff. I guess the two-glasses-of-wine buzz made me overlook these obvious downfalls and stumble in for dinner.
- Very pricey but ordinary Chinese food. Sweet and Sour Soup tasted as if it had come from a corner takeout but cost three times as much. The same with other dishes we had like the spicey chicken, scallops, and beef with asparagus. The only dish that stood out was clams. That tasted great. And the service was terrific, with the waiters hovering nearby and refilling glasses quickly.
- I would consider myself a Chinese food connoisseur, and I have to say the food at Jasmine is VERY GOOD and VERY authentic. There is a wide selection of food, so there is certainly something for everyone. The seafood in particular is INCREDIBLE (try the prawns and the sea bass). I also highly recommend the hot & sour soup -- it's some of the best I've ever had.
- The service was extremely attentive but unintrusive, as I've come to expect from the Bellagio. The lemon chicken stood out more than anything else, as did the sweet and sour pork. Both were among the best I've ever had, artistically presented, and not at all heavy (none of the food was greasy or heavy, which Americanized Chinese cuisine generally is)
- Excellent food, service, and atmosphere. We had dumplings, soup, entrees served family style. Every dish was delicious and expertly prepared. The service was flawless and well-paced. Can't go wrong eating here.