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going to vegas in october. we have one open day (anniversary) and are thinking a fountain view restaurant at bellagio. we were thinking jasmine but haven't heard much about it on recent posts. any recommendations or opinions of jasmine or any of the other fountain view restaurants at bellagio? also does jasmine have a tasting menu or just ala carte? thanks!

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going to vegas in october. we have one open day (anniversary) and are thinking a fountain view restaurant at bellagio. we were thinking jasmine but haven't heard much about it on recent posts. any recommendations or opinions of jasmine or any of the other fountain view restaurants at bellagio? also does jasmine have a tasting menu or just ala carte? thanks!

Picasso is wonderful. If the like steak, there is Prime. For a more casual place, try Olives.

Jeff Meeker, aka "jsmeeker"

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I've been to Jasmine a few times. The dining room is quite beautiful, with a nice mix of French and Chinese decor. The food is Cantonese in style, but not very authentic, as one might expect. It's of a breed of Chinese restaurants that has become a fixture in many of LV's better hotels- upscale, aesthetically pleasing, and expensive. If you've been to the classic Empress Court in Caesar's Palace, you kind of have an idea of what Jasmine is like. The live dungeness crab with tomato and chili sauce is pretty great.

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