The most memorable thing about this little cafe and bakery in Summerlin is the service. The folks here are so friendly it might catch you off guard and leave you wondering why more people aren’t as kind. You can order at the counter but if you’re planning on eating there, you can grab a seat and they’ll be happy to wait on you table side.
Their menu consists of baked goods, sandwiches, and a few hot items. The Belgian ($8.95), filled with black forest ham and gouda cheese, was about a foot long, thin panini accompanied by a small side salad. It may have been a simple sandwich, but it was plenty satisfying. Baked goods were hit or miss. The chocolate croissant was flakey and airy, filled with a touch of semi-sweet chocolate. The mini apple danish was decent as well. On the other hand, a flat, limp mini almond croissant was a disappointment with an interior that was rather doughy with an undercooked quality to it.
I love that some of their pastries come in a mini size — perfect for sampling a variety of items. But, in a town with so many good bakeries it’s unfortunate that their service was the highlight of the visit.
8453 W Lake Mead Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89128