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Jean-Philippe Patisserie: Crepes, Gelato and Pastries in Vegas

Foodology April 19, 2014 Bakery, Cafe, Dessert, French, Las Vegas, Sandwich, Three Beakers


Jean Philippe is the Executive Pastry Chef at ARIA Resort & Casino, has brought his expertise and passion for French gourmet to Jean-Philippe Pattisserie. The pattisserie is located next to the elevators to the hotel rooms. There is also another location inside Bellagio.


There is a huge retail area where you can purchase chocolate as gift to bring home.


Some items can be quite pricey, but its really good.


A lot of people love to come here for the crepes. During peak hours, you can see a long line up.


We were told the crepes were really good, so we decided to get a few of them. The crepes range from $7 to $12 depending on what you are ordering. We got the chicken crepe ($11.95), Salmon crepe ($11.95) and Berry crepe ($10.50).


Chicken crepe ($11.95) comes with grilled chicken breast, spinach, chipotle sauce, piquillos peppers, swiss cheese and a lot of mayo. The chicken is all hiding inside. It’s not bad at all.


Salmon crepe ($11.95) has caper/dill sauce, smoked salmon, swiss cheese, asparagus, spinach, and pico de gallo. They really don’t skimp out on the salmon. Theres a lot on top. There’s none inside the crepe, but its good enough.


Berry Crepe ($10.50) has marinated berries, whipped cream and powdered sugar on top of the crepe. It uses a different crepe batter than the savoury crepes. The marinated berries was quite sour for some reason, but it was still enjoyable. I think I would have been happier with the nutella version but the berries looked good.


Besides crepes, they also have gelato. There’s a good amount of flavours.


Strawberry gelato scoop came in a cute cup. My little sister sure enjoyed it.


Another section of the cafe has cake, snack items and stuff like that. The next day, we had an early start to the grand canyon, so we just decided to grab a few things quickly.


Croissants, blueberry muffin and a bran muffin. It was decent, but it wasn’t amazing.


I got a fruit cup and orange juice. Pretty simple stuff but I didn’t want anything too heavy for breakfast.


My little sister got a yogurt parfait, it has granola and fresh berries. It was pretty good since it has both the fruit and granola. A good mix of items.

Overall, good selection of items for the sweet tooth or the savoury tooth..if thats such a thing. The items aren’t overly amazing, but its still decently good.

We rate Jean-Philippe Patisserie

3730 Las Vegas Boulevard S
Las Vegas, NV 89109


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Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.