This series is a continuation from Las Vegas: Venetian Hotel American Fine Hotel & Resorts Review Part 1
One of the benefits of booking a Vegas hotel on an American Express Fine Hotel & Resorts rate is the hotel amenity, which can be in the form of a $100 spa credit, $85 worth of lunch at Olives (Bellagio), complimentary lunch or dinner (Venetian & Four Seasons), or a $100 resort credit (Palazzo) which can be used on pretty much anything. In this case at the Venetian, I chose the complimentary dinner for 2 at Pinot Brasserie.
For the three course pre-fixe dinner, I chose the Onion Soup Gratinee, Market fish (Salmon), and Ice Cream
My friend ordered the Caesar Salad, Roasted Chicken, and Croissant Pudding.
Overall, the food at Pinot Brasserie was top notch and everything tasted like a French Brasserie in Paris. It was tough to get a reservation at Pinot Brasserie because the main dining room was fully rented and booked for a private event. The host told me that they were fully committed, but I voiced my concern that I wanted to use my Amex FHR dinner voucher for tonight and a reservation time magically appeared.
Part 3 of this series finale will be posted in tomorrow’s blog which will conclude with the American Express Fine Hotel & Resorts complimentary breakfast and I will sum up my experiences at the Venetian.