Before heading to a presentation of the Nutcracker, we were walking through the faux streets of Paris (hotel and casino) looking for a quick bite. La Creperie fit the bill. I was actually amazed at how many people were waiting in line for their buffet, which I’ve heard bad things about.
La Creperie is a small shop where you order at a counter, wait for your food, then hope to find seating. There are roughly a dozen tables next to the shop but they’re usually busy during peak dining hours.
Our order was up in about 10 minutes and we lucked out by grabbing a tiny table to eat at. Between the three of us (2 adults and a kid) 2 crepes were plenty.
St. Louis ($9.99) – imported ham and mozzarella and fresh basil with bechamel. The description mentioned imported ham. Maybe they meant imported from the local grocery store, because the ham didn’t taste any better than what I get at Albertson’s. The bechamel sauce was too thin and runny for my liking.
Toulouse ($9.99) – ground sausage, pepperoni, sautéed mushrooms, mozzarella, basil, topped with marinara. This was the better of the two that we ordered. Tasted just like a pizza. The marinara lacked the depth in flavor that would make it special, but was good enough to satisfy.
This might be a good place for a quick bite, but definitely not some place that I would seek out or ever crave. The portions are ridiculously large, so share.
3655 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89136