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by two cruisers
January 30, 2009
From journal Vegas Victuals
January 23, 2007
From journal Las Vegas - The Vegas Virgin Trip
Diamond Bar, California
February 13, 2005
From journal Las Vegas Dining Guide
North Providence, Rhode Island
October 11, 2004
We ordered our crepes, mine was a seafood crepe and my husband had one with ham, cheese, and a wonderful creamy sauce. When they were ready, we couldn't believe our eyes! They were huge! We watched the chef prepare them, and he spoke to us, telling us just what he was putting in each one. How friendly everyone was. We took our crepes ($6.95), and went to a small area with tables between La Creperie and the bakery and began to eat. I could only finish half of mine, and it was full of crab meat, scallops, shrimp, and a sauce. My husband finished his and then finished half of what I couldn't finish of mine.
We then went next door to the French bakery and purchased a fruit tart and had coffee. What a wonderful experience it was. What I did forget to mention was that, when sitting inside the Paris hotel and casino, it's just like sitting outside. The ceiling is painted like the sky and is truly a wonderful experience!
From journal A Wonderful Alternate Vacation
January 14, 2004
From journal Las Vegas--Not just Casinos
Beverly Hills, California
February 5, 2003
There is a variety of sweet and savory ingredients, everything from prosciutto and bechamel sauce to Nutella and strawberries. Mmmmmm. And just like in the real Paris, it's fun to watch the crepe makers at work.
The seating area is shared by another cafe, so sometimes seats are hard to come by. And unlike in the real Paris, the crepes are not wrapped so that you can eat and stroll at the same time. Instead they are served on a plate. They are good for a snack or a light meal.
From journal Quick Hop to Vegas
April 1, 2002
From journal Las Vegas on a Budget