Spring Valley is home to yet more top-tier talent in Jerome Marchand and Pierre Gatel. The latter’s credentials are impressive — an early career in New York with Francois Payard and Alain Ducasse followed by over a decade at the Wynn and Encore.

You won’t find more beautiful, artistic, well crafted pastries anywhere off the Strip. The pain chocolat ($3.50) is a work of art with its twisting dough wrapped around itself so perfectly, creating a delicate shell that cracked under the slightest pressure. Their cinnamon roll ($3.50) might be the most refined one in town. Its crisp, thin exterior and chewy interior combine perfectly with each bite. You can’t go wrong with any of their items… the chewy chocolate chip cookie ($2.25), the almond croissant ($3.75),  a seasonal, rich and creamy pumpkin cheesecake ($4.50), a raspberry tart… they’re all good and prices are more than reasonable. While their selection may not be as diverse as other bakeries, I can only imagine that the menu will expand as they find their footing.

This French bakery is beautiful and they’ve got product to match. Along with Other Mama and Rice Shop, Cafe Breizh brings even more dining credibility to this western corner of the Las Vegas valley.

5 Stars

3555 S Fort Apache Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89147
(702) 209-3472

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