Executive Chef Julian Serrano’s Picasso at Bellagio Las Vegas recently added a vegan menu. The upscale vegan-friendly restaurant on The Strip features a menu inspired by the regional cuisine of Spain and France.
Picasso has received numerous accolades including receiving five stars by AAA and Forbes Travel Guide. It’s an elegant option for those who want vegan food in Las Vegas and want something that’s elegant.
The restaurant reflects its namesake with Pablo Picasso’s paintings and ceramics pieces adorning the walls.
Serrano is no stranger to vegan offerings. His restaurant at Aria, Julian Serrano Tapas, also has a handful of vegan dishes.
But, that’s not all. Other vegan options at Bellagio include Le Cirque, which offers an elegant multi-course tasting menu and Harvest.
In the past few months, Las Vegas resorts have made headlines when it comes to vegan dining. Crossroads Kitchen opened at Resorts World at the end of May 2022. The opening garnered coverage in Wall Street Journal.
Vegan-friendly restaurant in Las Vegas: Picasso
Set with stunning views of the famous Bellagio fountains, the new vegan menu at Picasso is $150 per person. Picasso’s vegan menu is five courses.
Vegan tasting menu at Picasso
The first course is Le Tomate with Campari and Heirloom tomatoes with toasted cashew cream and basil.
Second, the Les Petits Farcis dish. The hearty French dish comes with summer squash, eggplant and piquillo with romesco.
Next, is a savory roasted mushroom and onion truffle tart. It’s made with seasonal mushrooms, salsify and truffle pistou.
Following the third course is the main course of risotto. The Carolina golden rice dish comes with cauliflower and gremolata.
Finally, the vegan meal at Picasso concludes with a seasonal dessert.
3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, 89109; 702-653-8105; Weds. – Sun.: 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.