Verandah Restaurant

  • Verandah-Restaurant

Verandah-Restaurant

702-632 The Verandah restaurant at the Four Seasons Las Vegas is famous for its weekend brunches. But don’t let that fool you—they have an exquisite American-Italian influenced dinner menu that will take your breath away. Located just south of the strip and part of Mandalay Bay Resorts, the entirely non-gaming hotel has one of the best restaurants in las vegas town. Chef Michael

The Verandah is the Best Kept Secret in Town

Goodman’s culinary expertise is evident in every meal, breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Treat yourself to the “tea menu” one quiet afternoon (yes, of course, cucumber sandwiches!) and for your sweet tooth, Pastry Chef Jean-Luc Dal prepares fresh made ice-creams and desserts that best any Parisian patisserie.-5121The Four Seasons Las Vegas, which is located at the Mandalay Bay at the south end of the Strip, is entirely non-gaming. It may be wedged between all the excitement and action of the city, but it manages to stay intimate and low-key, offering quiet refuge at its hotel, and gastronomic pleasure at its excellent restaurant, the Verandah.

It is clear from the moment you arrive at this casual, yet elegant restaurant that the Verandah’s staff put their hearts into everything they do, whether it is Chefs Michael Goodman or Jean Luc Daul preparing excellent, mouth-watering dishes, or the knowledgeable servers who have made it their goal to satisfy their guests.

Although the weekend brunch is what the Verandah is famous for, I set out to try their dinner menu. The moment I entered the quiet, ambient dining room, my stress from the day melted away. My server, Jose, a veteran Four Seasons employee, immediately put me at ease by pulling out my chair and offering a small stool to put my bag on. He then offered Evian or Panna water—I chose the Evian—and poured it expertly in my glass.

I sat back, enveloped in the low din of the diners around me, and peered out through the window towards the Mediterranean-inspired terrace, which overlooks the Four Seasons pool. The patio is open eight months out of the year, and though it was not open this particular evening, I can imagine that it would feel much like an Arabian night outside during warm months. Even if you only order a club sandwich from their “Anytime Menu” you’d be in heaven.

The main dining room seats up to 100 people, and there are two private rooms off to the side: La Luna which seats 10, and La Sala which seats up to 24. You can reserve them in advance, and they are ideal for special functions with either business colleagues or family and friends. The décor is done in warm hues, and accented with tropical woods like Hawaiian Koa, and all of the rooms exude a warm glow in the evening.

A beautiful basket of bread arrived, both sweet-smelling and warm. My choices were fresh lavash, multi-grain, olive bread, and tall breadsticks. These were paired with a fig balsamic and olive oil for dipping.

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