Emeril Lagasse, one of the most famous chefs on the planet, brings his flair for Cajun flavors, New Orleans-style cooking, and legendary energy to one of the most beloved seafood restaurants in Las Vegas, Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House.
While The Fish House has a sophisticated atmosphere perfect for couples looking to enjoy a romantic meal of expertly crafted seafood with a bottle of wine, the restaurant also has a funky and unique ambience that reflects Emeril’s personality. The restaurant is designed to reflect the food served inside, with cool ocean blue lights, wood sculpted to resemble waves and metal sculptures that resemble seaweed flowing in the current.
The menu features cuisine Emeril describes as “New New Orleans,” incorporating the traditions and philosophy of Creole cooking with new and progressive ideas. All ingredients are flown in fresh daily, including specialties like scallops imported from Maine, Pike flown in from the Midwest, and (for those not in the mood for seafood) Chicken raised in Alabama. Lagasse’s flairs include Creole tomato glaze added to Baked and Stuffed Maine Lobster, Pork Sausage and Potato Hash served with Sweet Barbequed Atlantic Salmon and an ever-changing Gumbo of the Day. Whatever you order, be sure to save room for Emeril’s famous Banana Cream Pie, one of the chef’s specialties.
If you’re looking for a truly special dining experience, try and reserve seats at the Chef’s Table, which seats parties of 8-10 people and is enclosed by a beautiful glowing walls with lit panels that can switch from transparent to opaque for maximum privacy. Diners at the Chef’s Table enjoy a prix fix menu prepared by the head chef on the day of their visit, with each course paired perfectly with a glass of wine hand-selected by the Sommelier. It costs a little more to dine at the Chef’s Table, but you’ll experience a meal you’ll never forget.
Emerils New Orleans Fish House is a sophisticated yet funky restaurant that perfectly reflects the famous chef’s personality, in both ambience and inventiveness of the menu. Lagasse really kicked it up a notch at the well-loved, Las Vegas by way of New Orleans seafood restaurant.