If the out-of-this-world (and let’s face it, expensive) delights of Restaurant Guy Savoy aren’t your cup of meat, there’s no beating the new nineteen buck lunch at Payard Patisserie and Bistro.
We actually prefer the bistro to the patisserie here because: 1) it’s marginally less fattening; 2) Gregory Gorreau makes intensely-flavored , textbook perfect renditions of everything from croque monsieur to quiche Lorraine, and; 3) his prix fixe lunch specials are a lesson in what a great chef can do with modest ingredients.
Oh yeah…and did we mention that all of this goodness costs only NINETEEN BUCKS!?
Those three courses (a beautifully dressed lobster salad or a goat cheese tart (not pictured) plus your choice of the either lamb sausage with couscous or salmon en papillote, plus a dessert selection) — might have the highest quality-to-price value of any restaurant food in town.
You won’t leave hungry and you won’t leave fat, but you will leave feeling like you’ve eaten like a Parisian.
PAYARD PATISSERIE AND BISTRO
In Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109