Only in the Paris could a restaurant transform the everyday burger into a celebrated work of art. At Le Burger Brasserie, the hamburger is a blank canvas, and guests are presented with a palette of options for selecting the bun, the meat, and the condiments. The result is such diverse offerings as the Mediterranean--grilled ground domestic lamb patty with feta cheese, black kalamata olives and avocado--and the Normandy--Fresh ground salmon patty with sautéed mushrooms, provolone cheese, and micro anise. Of course, the true test of any burger joint is a straight up hamburger; at Le Burger Brasserie, the "Le Classique" passes with flying colors.
We have been to this restaurant for burgers every time we visit Las Vegas. The food is wonderful. The service was great.
We had out of town guest in for the weekend, and dined at Le Burger Brasserie, or as it should be better known, Le Service' Sucks. After our initial order, we never saw our waitress again. We asked another waitress to locate her, she just shrugged us off. Then I went to the bar and asked the bartender to get me the manager. She said sure, and then just walked away and waited on other patrons. Just an abysmal experience, and we were totally embarrassed. DO NOT EAT HERE!!!!