Walking the strip can make you hungry. If you’re like me, when you’re starving, you want your food pretty quickly. No wait, no fuss. In Vegas, I prefer a restaurant that’s not too crowded if I had the option. After walking shoulder to shoulder in a large crowd, the last thing I need is to feel like that in a restaurant.
Fortunately we found this “French” themed sports bar in the promenade at the Paris casino. Only a few feet from the entrance to Bally’s casino floor to be exact. The atmosphere was cage chic but of course, all dolled up in a way that only Vegas can do.
I call this soup the “OMG” chicken soup because that’s what I kept saying as I ate it. Soup is usually soothing to me but this one, I know that it wasn’t from a can. Not watery, not salty & not composed of fake chicken either. This was the real deal & I’m glad I ordered it.
Yes, I attempted to be healthy in Las Vegas. A difficult feat. So I ordered a salmon burger which honestly sounded a bit weird. I wasn’t sure what to expect but I was satisfied with the burger and all the fixings that came with it. I wish they’d have healthier choices in other burger joints.
However, the only thing I didn’t like out of my whole meal was the potato salad. Unlike the soup & burger that were assembled with care, the potato salad was as if the cook just gave up. Potatoes haplessly thrown into a concoction of mayo. It was just disappointing.
The service was average overall. Nothing above and beyond by any means, but at least it wasn’t slow either. I’d definitely recommend this place for a leisurely lunch amidst the hustle on the strip.