About a month ago, we took our first trip in about a year and a half. The trip wasn’t to any far away lands, but just about an hour and a half away, to Las Vegas, Nevada.
In the last few years, Las Vegas went from being a sin city where gambling and maybe a show were the main attractions. These days however, on top of the gambling and the shows…the restaurant business has flourished in Las Vegas. The choices are endless, and the food is incredible. And when you’re there for just a few days, you really want to make the best of it, and try as many restaurants as possible.
I am happy to report that we got a chance to try a few different restaurants. One of which I’ve been looking forward to trying for a very long time. This would be Bouchon Bistro. Overall I give it five stars. Our experience there, was amazing. Thanks to the resourcefulness of our friends, our wait was relatively short (Bouchon doesn’t take reservations for brunch).
Assorted pastries, compliments of the Chef, were a pretty great added bonus…
…yummy beignets and croissants by the way. The bread was fresh, and still warm when served to us.
The brunch menu isn’t very big, but has enough selections. Here are some of the dishes we enjoyed.
Salmon Baguette, Omelette du Jour, Bouchon French Toast
Just as an FYI, the bacon served was just the way I like it, perfectly crisp but not crumbly or burned.
And last but certainly not least (and not in the order served), is the Bouchon Bloody Mary.
It was the perfect Bloody Mary, not too spicy, not too strong. A well balanced alcoholic Brunch beverage.
So, next time you’re in Las Vegas, I encourage to take the time to enjoy Brunch (the best meal of the day) at the Bouchon Bistro