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EDITOR'S NOTE: ERIC BAUER IS NO LONGER AT MORELS; EXECUTIVE CHEF J.L. CARRERA NOW OVERSEES THE KITCHEN.

For the past nine years, Chef Eric Bauer has been a presence at several Four Seasons Resorts. Now, however, he's at the helm of Morel's French Steakhouse & Bistro at the Palazzo. His path to Vegas is a surprising one. A purveyor of his in California introduced him to the owners of Morels, which had a Los Angeles outpost in The Grove. He met them, did tastings for them and soon found himself unexpectedly bound for the desert. "I never thought I'd move to Vegas," he told TravelsinTaste.com, "but Vegas is the new culinary Mecca, so after I had seen the space it was a no-brainer." It was a no-brainer for Chef Bauer to join Morels, and it's also a no-brainer for you to try it. Its delectable selections include an iced seafood bar, a cheese and charcuterie bar, the world's best beef -- including both wet- and dry-aged beef, as well as Japanese A-5 Wagyu beef -- and even an assortment of gourmet macaroons with house-made preserves that are served tableside. You're sure to find something to love at the restaurant, which prepares both lunch and dinner. If you'd like to see the lunch menu, please click here. Or click here for the brunch menu. You also can read about our meal with Chef Bauer. Otherwise, please read on for the dinner menu and rest of the complete listing.

   
     
    
Oysters du Jour

Soupe: Onion Soup Gratinee ($9); Soupe Du Jour ($8).

Salade: Scarborough Farms' Beets Two Ways (roasted and pickled, goat cheese lumpia, wild arugula, $13 / wine pairing: Domaine Cherrier Sancerre 2006, $14); Boggiatto Farms' Baby Iceberg Wedge (fresh chervil, shaved shallots and bleu d'auvergne dressing, $13); Lobster & Burrata (leek confit, oven cured tomato, black truffle vinaigrette, $22); Arugula & Canadian Jazz Apple (Rogue River bleu cheese, glazed walnut vinaigrette, $13); Petite Romaine Heart Salad (served tableside for two people, parmesan croutons, roasted garlic Caesar dressing, $14 per guest).

Hors D'oeuvres: Nueske's Bacon Wrapped Medjool Dates (rocket lettuce, shaved parmesan, brandy old fashion glaze, $10); Classic Cheese Fondue (ementhal and gruyere cheeses, French baguette $19); Crispy House Cured Pork Belly (ragout of black beluga lentils, petites herbes, $13 / wine pairing: Cuilleron Syrah 2006, $12); Prime Beef Tartar (imported French mustard, shallot, parsley, capers and organic olive oil, $19).

   
Meal Price Ranges: Glass of Wine $9 – $22 (non Enomatic)
Appetizer $8 – MP
Entree $13 – MP
Dessert $9 – $13
     
      
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