There was an accordionist who was also ambling up and down the cobblestone street, serenading whomever wanted to listen to him. Next to us was a replica of a public fountain, and a park bench where they sat the most lifelike figure of a woman searching her purse. You can just imagine how many times this figure became a prop in people's pictures.
The food was delicious; Chuck had lamb with rice and vegetables and I had the ravioli stuffed with lobster with vodka sauce. Pre-dinner bread basket was my undoing altogether. Baguettes, peasant bread, olive breads...whatever, they were all sinfully good. The waiter was kind enough to give me another full basket to take out.
Mid-dinner, the waiters and waitresses turn into showpeople and line up to sing and dance. It seems to happen on the hour. Our waiter was very attentive and helpful. No one spoke French which is a shame; that would have definitely added to the ambiance.
Food is well prepared.
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by two cruisers
January 30, 2009
From journal Vegas Victuals
Winsted , Connecticut
July 13, 2007
Several years ago, we visited France and included Provence. Missing that kind of cooking, we decided to go to this restaurant in the Paris Casino. The food was OK, but not overly Provencal. As a matter of fact, their menu included Tuscany entreés, which I felt was a bit odd. Now, the servers also served as the entertainment including a waitress with a lovely voice, but who sang a song in Italian! Huh?
Nonetheless, what I ended up ordering was the open lobster ravioli which was hugely filling but not entirely satisfying as it wasn't really Provencale or even particularly delicious lobster. Oh, well. Our waiter was hilarious! He was probably in his '50s but he told us in his younger days he was a dancer in the Jubilee show at Bally's. I would recommend going here, but don't expect a Provencal meal, just a fun time eating!
From journal Vegas at the Stratosphere
OCEANSIDE, New York
May 7, 2005
From journal Las Vegas with Children 101
Bayside, New York
July 20, 2001
From journal Romance in Las Vegas
December 21, 2000
From journal Las Vegas Nevada a la Paris