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Pamplemousse le restaurant
French Restaurant$$$
Today 5–10PM
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400 E Sahara Ave Las Vegas, NV 89104
400 East Sahara AvenueUSNevadaLas Vegas89104
$$$French RestaurantToday 5–10PM
Sunday 5–10PMMonday 5–10PMTuesday 5–10PMWednesday 5–10PMThursday 5–10PMFriday 5–10PMSaturday 5–10PM
Pamplemousse le restaurant 7/7.Pamplemousse le bistro Monday to Saturday.New Management/Chef/Business partener Lee Ann & Jean-David Groff-Daudet.Many improuvement/larger selection wine and menu.
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Vegas mainstay since 1976 executing classic French cuisine in an intimate, candlelit setting.- Google
"Our appetizers (foie gras and scallops) were tasty."
"Next came the entrees: coq au vin and salmon."
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K Carpentier
a year ago
My wife and I love this place and will make it a regular when we are in town. The waiter/Maitre de was very attentive and entertaining; we enjoyed a leisurely 2 hour dinner (our first!). The fresh baguette was perfect! Nice crust and a hearty, yeasty inside! Our appetizers (foie gras and scallops) were tasty. The entrees, lamb and beef dishes were tender and cooked to perfection. Finally, the chocolate mousse was the real thing - not choclate pudding that one typically gets.
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Stacey Croslin
8 years ago
this is the best date place in las vegas. faboulous food, wine, and desserts. the staff is very attentive. all diners receive a basket of salad fixings, they come around with hard boiled eggs in hen basket, so cute.
A Google User
4 years ago
We went to celebrate a birthday. It was a cute and quaint little place that felt like Europe, not some big flashy restaurant on the strip. Our waiter gave us a little history of the restaurant, and described everything well. The owner of the restaurant came to our table and said happy birthday. They brought out a souffle with birthday candle for the birthday celebrant. I had forgotten I had made a request for a birthday dessert when I booked the reservation online over a week ago, but they remembered. It was perfect.
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A Google User
4 years ago
Great historic place, it was exactly as the website described. Took a large group (15+) there for friendly dinner and the staff and chef did not let us down. Excellent service and quality food for a good price. Great for couples of quiet intimate dinner, or to provide inviting atmosphere for close knit group to enjoy. Don't skip this treasure.
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Patrick Armand
a year ago
food excellent, waiter was awesome, great ambience.
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Neil Thompson
2 years ago
Sorry. I tried
A Google User
3 years ago
Took over 3 hours to get all our food. Price was not worth it. Service was substandard. It appeared as though they contracted waiters for the valentines day evening since they were not familiar with anything and kept asking if we had received our next item. We wont be back. Very disappointed.
A Google User
4 years ago
This restaurant is located a couple slightly sketchy blocks off of the Strip near the closed Sahara hotel. They will gladly accept off-menu requests with 24 hour notice, and quite honestly that's the way to go to make sure there is something spectacular you want on the menu. Always always go with the price fixe menu for $38 (a massive steal). The service isn't the snobby service you'd expect in a French restaurant; it was old-fashioned and classy. Thank goodness! I hate uptight snobby servers; I want someone to make me feel at home and that's what they did. The "price fixe" menu starts off with a "Crudite Basket" that's essentially a make your own salad with a dijon vinaigrette. Plus the world's most wonderful bread! They fly in olives from two different countries for people to enjoy; amazing. Everything is all organic too! The escargots bourgingons is to die for as was the seafood brouchee in the appetizer section. Next came the entrees: coq au vin and salmon. My partner said the salmon was the best he'd ever had anywhere, and the coq au vin was falling off the bone, super moist, and delicious. Desert was dark chocolate mousse and a trio of sorbets (grapefruit, raspberry, chocolate) perfectly prepared -- very little sugar so that the flavor was emphasized.
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