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Payard Patisserie & Bistro Closed November 2017
Inside Caesar’s Palace, Payard Patisserie is a gorgeous pastry and chocolate shop with an attached dining area for sandwiches, crepes, and salads.
The Chocolate Clock at Payard
This 13 foot tall timepiece in the middle of Payard Patisserie dispenses chocolate truffles every 20 minutes. So, when you hear the bell ring, make sure you’re around to get your free truffle!
The Chef’s station is situated in the middle of the dining room. You can be seated at the station’s bar to watch the chef prepare sandwiches, crepes, and other entrees.
My husband ordered the Croque Madame, which is the Croque Monsieur with an egg on top. I ordered the Classic Croque Monsieur.
While I liked the meal, it was pricey, for what it was. I probably won’t return for a meal anytime soon.
I also ordered an orange muffin for something sweet, but it was nothing special. the interesting part was I could not order anything sweet from my seat in the dining room. I had to walk to the other side and order and pay for the muffin separately. It was very strange and inconvenient.
Jean Philippe Patisserie, at either Bellagio or Aria, is my favorite place to order and eat a pastry, crepe, or sandwich.
Bistro Breakfast Daily: 7am – 11am
Lunch Mon – Thurs: 11:00am – 1:30pm
Lunch Fri – Sun: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Counter Hours Daily: 6am – 11pm
Location and Directions
3570 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109