Michelin Guide Las Vegas 2009 Rewards Joel Robuchon Restaurant 3 Star

Joel RobuchonMichelin Guide Las Vegas 2009 rewards Joel Robuchon restaurant a 3 star rating, one of only six in the entire U.S.  MGM Grand Las Vegas is very pleased to see their restaurant and only Las Vegas restaurant graced with this honor for a second year in a row.  A total of 69 worldwide have been awarded.

The Michelin Guide doesn’t say exactly how it rates establishments, but complete dedication to consistency and dedication are key factors.  The exclusive list garners an increase of up to 25 percent additional business.

The current weakened economy and credit crunch hasn’t seen a decline in patrons for this very upscale establishment with prices ranging from $250 for six courses to $398 for a 16 course menu.  Diners may also dine on a la carte selections.

MGM Grand Casino hotel also houses a sister restaurant L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon.

This week other restaurants receiving the highly regarded Michelin awards include Picasso (Bellagio), Alex (Wynn Las Vegas) and Restaurant Guy Savoy (Caesars Palace) with two stars; Bradley Ogden (Caesars Palace), Alize (Palms), Wing Lei and Daniel Boulud Brasserie (Wynn Las Vegas), Aureole and Mix (Mandalay Bay), DJT (Trump International Hotel), Andre’s French Restaurant (401 S. Sixth St.), L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Restaurant Charlie (Palazzo), Michael Mina (Bellagio), Le Cirque and Nobu (Hard Rock Hotel) one star.  Some restaurants in this year’s edition you can dine for less than $25.

This year’s highest praise for hotel excellence was awarded to one with employees who have had coaching, extensive training and recognition.  This year’s pick was Wynn Las Vegas and given the Five Red Pavillions from Michelin.  Only six other hotels received this award and they all are located in New York, New York.

Michelin also awarded one local resort its highest honor for hotel excellence.

Wynn Las Vegas earned Five Red Pavilions from Michelin. It’s the second consecutive year Wynn grabbed the top accolade. Just seven properties nationwide won the honor. The other six were in New York City.

Five resorts in Las Vegas, Nevada won Michelin Four Red Pavilions. They are the Palazzo, Trump International, Caesars Palace, Bellagio, and the Ritz-Carlton at Lake Las Vegas in Henderson, NV.

Michelin Guide Las Vegas 2009 (Le Guide Michelin) rewards Joel Robuchon restaurant with three star rating.

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