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Joël Robuchon, at the Mansion at MGM Grand, is the only restaurant in Vegas to boast three Michelin stars, and it doesn’t draw diners so much as it does pilgrims. They come to taste the $425, 16-course Degustation Menu. Considering the bread cart with its dozen breads, warmed personally for each guest; the massive and varied cheese cart; and a mignardises trolley with more than 30 tiny, post-dessert delights; this meal actually works out to be a straight-up bargain if you can eat this much incredible food. You’ll even see lone diners, here specifically to indulge in the hours-long experience, a once-in-a-lifetime dinner for admirers of Gault Millau’s “Chef of the Century.”

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16 Course Tasting Menu at Joël Robuchon

Joël Robuchon, at the Mansion at MGM Grand, is the only restaurant in Vegas to boast three Michelin stars, and it doesn’t draw diners so much as it does pilgrims. They come to taste the $425, 16-course Degustation Menu. Considering the bread cart with its dozen breads, warmed personally for each guest; the massive and varied cheese cart; and a mignardises trolley with more than 30 tiny, post-dessert delights; this meal actually works out to be a straight-up bargain if you can eat this much incredible food. You’ll even see lone diners, here specifically to indulge in the hours-long experience, a once-in-a-lifetime dinner for admirers of Gault Millau’s “Chef of the Century.”