Saturday, January 2, 2010

Bernard’s Bistro at The Village Lake Las Vegas pays tribute to " Ole Blue Eyes"

Just south of Las Vegas you will find the community of Lake Las Vegas. Sculpted from colorful desert terrain of Southern Nevada, Lake Las Vegas lies nestled within the desert mountainside just 17 miles from the world renowned Las Vegas Strip.

Boasting world-class hotels and spas, championship golf, and spectacular residential communities, Lake Las Vegas guests and residents alike have an unmatched experience centered around a beautiful lake.
At Lake Las Vegas you can find Bernard's Bistro , a quaint restaurant with some great dishes created by owner and Executive Chef E. Bernard.

The Cuisineist stopped by to sample some great food and soak up the atmosphere as Chef E. Bernard payed tribute to Frank Sinatra with a themed evening of elegance celebrating “Ol’ Blue Eyes.” As we watched classic Sinatra favorites the guests enjoyed a special five-course meal of signature items that the legend himself enjoyed.


Amuse Bouche

Petite Brioche Au Foie Gras


Tartelette with Roasted Onion Confit and Truffle Amandine

Hors D’Oeuvres

Smoked Salmon Roses with Belgian Endives and Onion Caviar


Sautéed Mushrooms and Asparagus Vol Au Vent in Cheese Fondue

Main Course

Hors-Radish Crusted Chilean Sea Bass with Saffron Rice and Soy Grilled Pear


Poached Lobster Tail with Parsnip and Pistachio over Rice in Creole Sauce


Flamed Armaniac Chateaubriand with Parisian Potatoes, Haricot Vert in Mustard Truffle Sauce


Chicken Breast Stuffed with Apricot and Goat Cheese over Chestnut Mashed Potatoes in Sauce Veronique.


Lady Astor with Fruit Sorbet Amandine


Chocolate Soufflé with Cream & Chocolate Sauce


Espresso Crème Broulee

We started our Frank Sinatra inspired dinner with an appetizer petite brioche of foie gras. Although the foie gras was overwhelmed by the tartlet, the flavors came through, as we waited for our next course. For the following course we selected the sauteed mushrooms. The cheese
fondue had a hint of red pepper which brought a nice touch of heat to the earthiness of the mushrooms and the asparagus. For the main entree, the Chilean sea bass was a large, perfectly cooked portion that melted in our mouth. The wonderful creme broulee was a most delightful ending to a lovely dinner in tribute to "Ol' Blue Eyes."

Bernards Bistro has not been open very long but with dishes created by Chef E Bernard in a bistro overlooking the beautiful Lake Las Vegas we have a feeling this is just the beginning of a long running great place to dine.

Join Elaine from the Cuisineist as she speaks with Chef E. Bernard about his Bistro and Frank Sinatra.

1 comment:

  1. Sentational !!
    It's what Las Vegas needed.
    Magnifique !