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About Pamplemousse Le Restaurant
Las Vegas' Oldest French Restaurant, Georges La Forge's Pamplemousse Le Restaurant is celebrating its' 41st year of business. Voted Most Romantic & Best French Restaurant.
Just one block off of the Strip, experience the atmosphere of a cozy French cottage & dine on the most tempting French classic dishes, where tradition never goes out of style. Enjoy French Provencal fare along with Steaks & Seafood. Duck Mousse Terrine, Fresh Foie Gras "au Torchon", Escargots Bourguignone, Pistachio Encrusted Rack of Lamb, Prime Filet Au Poivre, Breast of Duck & Leg Confit, Grand Marnier Souffle, Creme Brûlée ...
>Gluten Free / Vegetarian Items
>Epicurean Five Course Menu for $58.00
>Epicurean Five Course Menu $80.00
>Wedding / Party Menu Four Courses $39.95
Plan your next party, Business Meeting, Birthday or Wedding with us. Large Luncheons & Private dining room available as well. We can create custom menus for your occasion, call us.
Las Vegas, NV 89104
French, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Free WiFi for our customers.
French fare to go! Pre order a delightful menu for your next party for two or twenty... With advanced notice we can make your next catering affair special.
Contact us for to plan your next event.
Delivery is available.
Private parking lot on Sahara and Santa Paula. On street parking also available on Santa Paula.
Monorail Sahara Station
Private Party Facilities:
Pamplemousse Le Restaurant is the perfect place to celebrate your Wedding Reception, Birthday Party, Anninversary, Business Dinner, Reunion & more by offering an inviting atmosphere and personalized service. Pamplemousse is also available for luncheons & Monday service with a minimum purchase.
Private Party Contact:
Keefe Ford or Pierre-Jean La Forge: (702) 733-2066
Banquet, Beer, Corkage Fee, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Our Prix Fixe Menus start at $38.95 for Four Courses.
Pamplemousse Le Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Went on Valentine’s Day. We had hoped for more. It was a romantic setting. We knew it was old but it really needed updating. Painting and new carpet would make it very nice. The food was disappointing. Soft shell crab appetizer was fishy, covered in sauce so not at all crispy. The asparagus (2 Spears) was put into a puff pastry and covered with sauce—not good! My duck was mixed—the breast dry and tough, the leg very good. We were surprised they only serve wine & beer. The wine list was quite small. Our server was rough around the edges but very nice. It was quiet & you could talk. With some fresh paint and a fresh menu, this could be a good place but you don’t get a sense they see that.
This is our 6th year here for Valentine's day. It has been a tradition and we were beyong disappointed. The besr part their 6 course meal, costing $200+, was the Lobster Bisque and the water. We made the trip from California, a 4 - hr drive every year for this and this will be the last time. Service was slow and chaotic. They served my tasteless lamb with french fries. My wife's filet mignon was also with fries. The creme brule was some sauteed bananas and vannilla ice cream. The salad was bare without thought. The softshell crab appetizer was just horrific. Waste of my money. We should have just gone to a buffet at the Cosmopolitan, or hundreds of other choices in Vegas. I wish their restaurant the best, but they will never see us again!
Just ok. Went there for Valentines Day and they had a special menu, one of the deserts was Creme Brûlée and we ordered it. It turned out to be ice cream with that flavoring. For a French restaurant you think it would be authentic, and at least let the customer know that it was just ice cream. On top of that they billed us for a higher bottle of wine, it was corrected but still it was an inconvenience. Would I go back? Probably not.
I have been to this restaurant twice before last week and have always enjoyed the food, atmosphere and service. With that said I was somewhat disappointed this last visit. We were greeted and seated immediately, ordered wine and our dinners. I was not hungry enough to order off the pre fixe menu however my dining mate did. I ordered Rack of Lamb with a side of mashed potatoes and he ordered Lamb Shank, onion soup which was flavorful but seemed more like a watered broth with a lot of Swiss cheese. His lamb shank was just mediocre with a lot of sauce and my rack of lamb did not have much flavor. I need to mention that my favorite food is potatoes so of coursed I ordered a side of mashed. This is what brings me to write this review. The potatoes I swear were box or bag and not thick like you would expect for French cuisine and absolutely no flavor. I would never leave MP on the table but I couldn't even eat them. Yes, I should have said something but we were heading to a concert and at that point service was slow. There were only 5 other tables with guests and 3 waiters/servers at that particular time but somehow they couldn't manage to get it together and pick up dishes or check on us. It started out great when we were the only guests. Finally we had to ask twice for our bill and requested they call a cab. I finally got up and asked if they had and they yes which the ride did arrive shortly after that. At this point we only had 30 minutes to get to our venue and you know what LV traffic is like on Saturday night!!! Yes we were a bit late but couldn't shake the fact that I had recommended this place and was so looking forward to it. Somehow the food has really dropped to another level...I'm not surprised when we asked our valet, concierge and several other people if they knew about it and only one person said yes and asked "Is that Place still open?" It's a lovely romantic room but I think I'll keep my eyes on the reviews before I return :(
We had a 120 birthday celebration and it was a lot of fun. We had half of he restaurant and it was set up beautifully! Walked in to a beautiful set table for 18. The presentation was wonderful, the waiters were very attentive, everyone ordered a la carte off the menu and got exactly what they asked for. The main thing was that the food was very delicious and very reasonable. Will definitely spread the word and recommend to all my friends that visit Las Vegas. Thank you Pamplemousse for a beautiful evening!
Found this restaurant on Open Table and went looking for something different with some nice ambiance but a place where we didn't have to yell to hear each other while having a nice meal. From the moment Kiefer welcomed us we knew we were in for something special. Amazing food, history, ambiance and service. Highly recommend.
This is one of the best kept secrets in Vegas. The history is incredible, and the waiters will be happy to share some of it with you. The ambiance is old world European, and a great place to relax with friends, or with a date. Impeccable service, none better. Finally, to the food, always spectacular. Needless to say, one of my favorite restaurants.
Menu was interesting, but food was mediocre. Service was slow, and not great in any way. It was disappointment, as I chose this place for NYE dinner after reading good reviews for this restaurant. Now I agreed totally with negative reviews I tried to ignore before.
As always Keefer maintained an excellenct level of service from the staff while dealing with one of the busiest CHristmas Eve evenings in years, a testamony to the ongoing superb dining experiences fro this 42 year old family owned and operated restaurant. The sommelier helped me pick out a perfect pairing with the wild boar in a red wine reuction. The duck liver pate was creamy and delicious which was paired with framboise flavored champaigne that seemed to evaporate on the tongue into a cloud of flavor. No detail was overlooked in the menu. This is a restaurant I would highly recommend if you are in Las Vegas.
Was recommended by a friend for a romantic dinner and it was above and beyond expectations. The tuxedoed waiters were friendly, courteous and well versed in the menu. The fresh vegetable basket was a great appetizer and the fixed price menu gave us plenty to eat with lots of different tastes. We weren't rushed at all so we enjoyed the ambiance to its fullest. A true gem of old Las Vegas!
Took my wife for her birthday. Earlier that day i had unfortunately injured my back and had to try a new pain pill that made it very hard for me to make a decision on what i wanted for dinner. The staff was very helpful and patient as i made my decision and had good suggestions. We ordered and had a lovely night. No pressure to hury along or open up the table. The restraunt had a good flow of people but was never crowded. I do recommend reservations. Food was exceptional and we will return soon.
I was greeted at the door by the Executive Chef and was seated at once. My choice was the 5 course gastronomic prix fix menu. The best part of the meal was the main course: a full pistachio encrusted rack of lamb; all 8 chops. Pomme frittes come with the meal, but I was offered a sample side plate of French Fettucine. Instead of ricotta cheese, they prefer to use heavy whipping cream and powdered fresh parmesean cheese. Fresh chopped parsley is the garnish. For dessert I enjoyed a freshly prepared grande marnier souffle. This restaurant is one of the oldest and best nouveaux French cuisine in Las Vegas. I remember going there in 1978 for the first time.
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