Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas Welcomes Fall with Tasty Line-Up of Delectable Dishes and Festive Flavors

As the seasons change, so do the culinary delicacies at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas. From the best in Las Vegas fine dining, to Sunday brunch or just a tasty bite while overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, guests can indulge in innovative flavors of the season within the most sophisticated hot-spot in Las Vegas. 

Mandarin Bar
Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas’ Executive Chef Shawn Armstrong has created a tapas menu to complement the sophisticated cocktails enjoyed on the 23rd floor. Dishes include sal morejo, a silky puree of heirloom tomatoes garnished with crisp Serrano ham, marinated white anchovies and served with rustic bread; an assortment of Spanish antipasto, including marinated olives, artichokes, and piquillo peppers with shaved Serrano ham and chorizo; and a decadent foie gras bruschetta, a toasted baguette smeared with foie gras mousse, Pedro Ximinez sherry reduction and Serrano ham. Vintage cocktails now make an appearance for cocktail aficionados, including a classic dirty martini, a properly-crafted Manhattan and the quintessential Sidecar. To make a reservation call +1 (888) 881 9367 or email [email protected]

MOzen Bistro
The chic Asian restaurant, MOzen Bistro, located on the 3rd floor of Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, is featuring a three-course prix fixe tasting menu ideal for the power lunch crowd.  The rotating menu is priced at $38 per person (excludes tax and gratuity) and changes bi-weekly, giving guests the opportunity to embark on a culinary journey through Asia, with cuisine reflecting the best of Japan, China, India and Thailand.  To make a reservation call +1 (888) 881 9367 or email [email protected]

TWIST by Pierre Gagnaire
Known for its innovative dishes and flawless technique, TWIST by Pierre Gagnaire features a variety of new dishes that will awaken and excite palates of even the most seasoned foodie. New appetizers include the Dover sole and crevette (French for shrimp), prepared three distinct ways: as carpaccio, as a salad and with a Riesling granite.  Confuscious Duck lands on the menu roasted, with spiced bouillon, black currant juice, roasted cherries, potato gnocchi, celery and rhubarb fondue. Those who opt for the tasting menu will experience an entirely new Grand Dessert selection with fresh, seasonal fruits  inspired by traditional French patisseries.  Additionally, the pre-theater crowd can now enjoy a three-course prix fixe menu featuring options such as duck foie gras with a fig terrine, grilled and poached cod fillet in juniper butter, and finish with chocolate and oranges with vanilla parfait and Cointreau Chantilly. Available from 5:30-7 p.m. the menu offers the best of Pierre Gagnaire, while still allowing enough time to make it to your favorite Las Vegas show. For reservations and more information on the dining options available at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, please call +1 (702) 590-8888 or visit www.mandarinoriental.com/lasvegas.