Chef Michel Richard Brings Signature Dishes to Caesars Palace

Next month, the world will be dining at Central Michel Richard at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, the first-ever round-the-clock restaurant to be helmed by a James Beard award-winning chef. For those familiar with his “American cuisine with a French accent,” they will be pleasantly surprised to know their favorite signature dishes will be offered at the new West Coast location.

Central Michel Richard will be open 24 hours per day, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Signature dishes will include:

Michel’s charcuterie tower showcasing an arsenal of cured meats and Michel’s whimsical “faux” gras
Goat cheese Caesar salad
Crabcake with leek tartare
Lobster burger – a favorite amongst Michel’s guests with its lobster and surprise crunch with potato tuile
Hamburger with bacon, cheddar and crunchy potato tuile
Rotisserie chicken with garlic roasted potatoes
Fried chicken with mashed potatoes
72-hour short rib with pappardelle and syrah sauce
Macaroni and cheese
Celebration cake – a must have for anything that needs celebrating with its chocolate lady fingers, topped with an eye-catching sparkler sure to turn heads in the restaurant as the cake goes by
Banana split – the classic dessert comes with homemade vanilla, chocolate ice cream and strawberry sorbet and topped with almonds and chocolate pearls
Strawberry-rhubarb crisp
Michel’s chocolate bar
Michel’s chocolate mousse
Chocolate lava cake á là mode

“I love food and I love texture,” beams Michel. “My food is fun, fun, fun— and in Las Vegas, my guests will be able to eat my food any time of the day or night.”

Additional dishes, including cocktails, as well as new creations specifically for Las Vegas will be announced shortly.

For more information, go to www.centralmichelrichard.com. Find Michel Richard on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CentralLV or Twitter at www.twitter.com/CentralLV. For reservations, call (702) 650-5921.

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