Food and drink
Up front there’s good coffee and a range of patisseries made by French chef Francois Payard. Out the back is the restaurant – a little French bistro, whose prix fixe menu (US$21 for three courses) was voted best in Vegas this summer. The low (for the Strip) price belies the high quality of the food.
It’s relaxed both front and back, and feels more like a café than a restaurant.
It’s Vegas, so friendly service is the norm.
In Caesars Palace, out the back by the pool area.
The prix fixe menu costs US$21 for three courses. Cakes start at around US$5.
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers