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The kitchen at Joel Robuchon is filled with multiple star Michelin luminaries from around the world, all of whom have mentored under "Chef of the Century" Joel Robuchon. Executive Chef Claude Tohic worked with Robuchon, for instance, at Jamin, Robuchon's multiple Michelin Three Star-winning restaurant. He's received the 2004 Meilleur Ouvrier de France, an exceptional distinction given to an outstanding chef by a jury of his peers; it's awarded every three years and called the most prestigious award for chefs. As a matter of fact, it comes full circle, as Robuchon himself was awarded this distinction in 1976. Chef de Cuisine Tomonori Danzaki worked at Robuchon's Tokyo and Paris restaurants for more than 10 years. Meanwhile, Executive Pastry Chef Kamel Guechida has been Robuchon's pastry consultant for over six years, prior to which he worked with Fredy Girardet. He's made the move from Switzerland to Las Vegas to join the team. Robuchon's is without question a culinary dream team.

   
     
    
La Languoustine

Although there is a small selection of wines by the glass, at Joel Robuchon, good things come in small packages. If a bottle is on your mind, the restaurant has about 750 labels. The meal is French, but with international influences gained in part from Robuchon's time in Asia and Spain. You'll note a beautiful bread cart-Robuchon loves his bread, and rightfully so; it's delicious—and also a dessert cart that is offered for some extra sweets after you've eaten your main dessert from the tasting menu. Don't fill up on bread and dessert, though, as there are many other delicious preparations to try in between. There's even something to taste after your meal, at home; when we left, the staff gave us a lovely-and large-brioche to take home, wrapped in purple cellophane and placed in a perfectly sized Joel Robuchon shopping bag. What a nice take away. The restaurant offers six- and 16-course tasting menus, and for a limited time, as of fall 2007, is offering an a la carte menu. Below are the tasting menus from our last visit.

   
Meal Price Ranges: Glass of Wine $18 - $45
Two Course Tasting Menu $225
Sixteen Course Tasting Menu $360
     
      
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