Picasso, Las Vegas
Situated in Bellagio Las Vegas, Picasso is named after the artist who was inspired by the beauty of France and Spain. Executive Chef Julian Serrano seeks to use the same geographical muses for his culinary masterpieces, such as Sautéed Fillet of New Zealand Tai Snapper with Court-Bouillon Sauce and Fresh Herbs.
The eponymous artist’s original artwork is found on the walls of the restaurant while his ceramic pieces adorn statement furnishings to ensure all senses are delighted.
Chef Serrano cements his culinary expertise with the statement: “I’ve seen guests, they have four-courses of the quail, even for dessert! This is true story..”
During the warmer months, diners can feast outdoors on the patio’s 16 tables which all boast breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip. To ensure the perfect choice of wine, sommeliers are on hand to give their expert opinion on which of the wine cellar’s 1,500 European selections best harmonise with selected dishes. The restaurant’s French charm extends to its bucolic interior, decorated with hanging pottery from vaulted ceilings and exposed wooden beams. Serrano’s personal culinary accomplishments include Roasted U-10 Day Boat Scallops and Medallions of Fallow Deer.