Their out-of-the-way location probably doesn’t draw many passerby’s, no doubt relying on traffic from the nearby hospital and office parks. But, it’s a spot worth visiting if you’re in the area
Their bread pudding looked small as it arrived at the table, but was filling. Served warm, the center was soft and soaked through with custard. The top was drizzled with caramel and also came with a side of whipped cream. Cookies were excellent. Their chocolate chip cookie was soft and chewy through the center with some crispness around the edges. The salted caramel was even better. So chewy and chock full of caramel. They could have dialed back the salt, but it still provided a nice contrast to the sweetness of the other components.
For a savory option, you can’t go wrong with the roast beef au jus sandwich ($7.95). While it is a little small, the roast beef and au jus make for a magical combination. It also came with a side salad.
The least impressive item I’ve tried was their almond croissant. Soft, thick, and doughy don’t make for good croissant qualities. Thankfully, there are plenty of other reasons to dine here.
6496 Medical Center St
Las Vegas, NV 89148