Jean Philippe Patisseire at Bellagio

Just The Facts, Please.


Dining Hours :
Monday - Thursday
7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Friday - Sunday
7:00 a.m. - midnight

Chef Jean-Philippe Maury

Pastry Chef: Claude Escamilla

Pastry and Chocolate

Price Range:
Gift boxes of chocolates are available, roughly $3 per piece.

Suggested Attire:

Worlds Largest Chocolate Fountain.

Sample Menu Items:
Sweet and Savory crêpes
Pastries and croissants


Mavens Overview

World Pastry Champion Jean-Philippe Maury is also executive pastry chef at the Bellagio. The store offers elaborate pastries, crepes, gelato and a large selection of chocolates . At Jean Philippe Patisseire everything is made on-site by a team of over 80 bakers.

Jean Philippe Pâtisserie also serves salads, paninis plus sweet and savory crêpes.

The internet buzz for Jean Philippe Patisseire is strongly favorable, the only negatives are in reference to the prices, although most patrons feel the high prices are justified by the high quality of the product.

On display is the Worlds Larges Chocolate fountain, as certified by the Guinness Book of World Records. The fountain is roughly 26 feet high and uses nearly two tons of chocolate.

Internet Buzz

We rushed to this place as our last stop in Vegas before heading to the airport. I am so sad that we didn't discover it sooner! This place is world class. On par with the best shops in France or Italy. What an amazing end to our trip!

They serve THE BEST crepes!! I had tried all their flavors in these past few years, you couldn't go wrong with any of them! I feel something is missing if I don't go there during my Vegas trip!

Crepes are expensive at around $9, but totally worth every dime. The flavors are fresh and intense. I had the exotic crepe, which had mango, pineapples, and cocount. To die for!

The best croissant (both plain and chocolate) I've had in the US. It is better than a lot of croissants I've had in Paris.

the real reason I love Jean Philippe are the savory crepes. I know most people go here to satisfy a sweet tooth and justifiably so, but I do not have a giant sweet tooth. I love the savory crepes.

The pastries here are hand-crafted and beautiful. Typically when food is this eye-catching, it often looks better than it tastes. I'm happy to report that that wasn't the case here. A raspberry napoleon, a mini chocolate mousse, an eclair, and a mixed berry crêpe. Everything was divine, and as you can imagine, cost a small fortune.

Just try the crepes, and by crepes, I mean one crepe in particular: THE EXOTIC CREPE. The mango/pineapple crepe that'll be the best $9+ spent OF YOUR LIFE. The crepes here are winners. They're thin and fluffy, the warm fruit compote is awesome, and the coconut gelato changed my life. You can buy the gelato by itself for $5 a scoop (WORTH IT).

Decided to get some of the pastries, which looked more like miniature works of art than little cakes. We decided to get the Imperial, which was some kind of insanely good chocolate cake with chocolate mousse, topped with a chocolate crisp, and covered with chocolate ganache. The exact ingredients elude me, but they all added together to make heaven on earth.

Croissant and Chocolate Croissant - both very flaky and buttery. The chocolate had great bittersweet chocolate nestled in the middle. I think they were the best croissants I have ever eaten.

The highlight of Jean Philippe Pâtisserie’s décor is the floor-to-ceiling 27-foot chocolate fountain, with nearly two tons of dark, milk and white melted chocolate.


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