Opened in 2015 by Frenchman Jonathan Pluvinet, Rosallie is a family business that began in the 1980s with Pluvinet’s parents’ cafe of the same name operating in the south of France. Filled with items created by family recipes, this cafe has quickly become a go-to destination in Las Vegas.
The pastries are exceptional. It may not be possible to find a better chocolate croissant in town. It’s buttery, flaky, delicate, and filled with just enough sweetness. The almond croissant is different than any other in town. The denser, crunchier exterior may surprise some, but the quality and flavors are unsurpassed.
Many rave about the walnut pie and I can confirm that it is excellent. It has such a subtle sweetness that makes it perfectly acceptable to eat for breakfast, or anytime of day. Macarons are perfection. Delicate, crispy exteriors that give way to chewy and light interiors. On the sweeter side, their chocolate raspberry tart is pure, creamy chocolate overload with hints of tartness.
Salads and sandwiches are also on the menu if you’re craving something more savory and no cafe would be complete without coffee. They have plenty of options in that department, as well. Rosallie’s offerings have increased since their opening — wine is a recent addition — showing that they intend to only get better with age.