Le Burger Brasserie clearly benefits from its location — steps away from the intersection of Bally’s and Paris and, more importantly, all the convention halls filled with out-of-towners unwittingly looking for a quick, cheap place to grab a bite. I landed here with family because of a Groupon for lunch.
The potato skins ($10) were so tiny and limp that none of the five toppings and dipping sauces accompanying it could have saved the dish. The Le bleu burger ($13) was decent, but mainly because the cheese and bacon made up for the dense and uninspired patty. Places like this don’t have to produce a great product because of all the one-and-done customers that routinely fill their space. And, like them I won’t be back.
Paris Hotel and Casino
3655 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109