Lovely Las Vegas: Pamplemousse French Food

Le Pamplemousse on West Sahara... just off the Strip.
It means the grapefruit in French. Did you know?
With it's cute, cottage size, it may be easily missed!
Once inside, however, one cannot miss (or resist) the fresh vegetable basket.
So many crudite to make a little saladt from, non? So lovely, so fresh, so delicious.
The price fixe menu is something quite nice.
A way to try a many different things on the menus for a decent price.
What would a trip to a French restaurant be without some escargot?
These little guys were without the shell...
Or some beouf bourgninone?
 (I've never had it before, but have been craving it since seeing Julie & Julia.)

There is also an option of lamb shank as well.

Some sorbet (on a plate inspired by an artist's paint palate) to cleanse the palate.

And some chocolate mousse and cafe au lait to top the night off with.


Photos by Jules @ Lovely Las Vegas

Comments

The desserts look so fun!
Theresa C said…
Oh La La French cuisine. Mwah!
Becca said…
So nice to see a post on the Pamplemousse. Being a native of Las Vegas, I have been there, but it's been several years. I've been telling my husband about it so I will show him your photos. We still love to visit all of the "old Vegas" restaurants. Have you tired the Golden Steer? Still very good food.
Angela in Europe: They were pretty cool... loved the artist palatte : ).

Theresa C: Oh la la is right ; ).

Becca: I have been to Golden Steer!! I took my husband for one of his birthdays. Totally loved the Old Vegas vibe. It looks a little questionable from the outside, no, driving down Sahara... but inside, it is a classy, classic environment.

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