Le Burger Brasserie at Paris
Just The Facts, Please.
Paris (In walkway between Ballys and Paris)
Dining: 11am - 10pm
Bar : 11am -12am Sun-Thurs
Fri & Sat: Dining & Bar: 11am - 1am
The restaurant's signature dish is the $777 Kobe Beef and Maine Lobster Burger, topped with caramelized onions, imported Brie, crispy prosciutto and 100-year aged balsamic vinegar and served with a bottle of Rose Dom Perignon champagne. From Le Burger Brasserie Web Site
Sample Menu Items
Burgers start at $10.99 with a single topping and go up to $18.99 for Kobe Beef with a single topping.
In addition to Beef, there are Salmon; Lamb; Turkey and Vegetarian Burgers.
Basic Burger Toppings are $0.99 and include the usual suspects. Crab meat and Grilled Shrimp are $2.99
Mavens Overview: Le Burger
In addition tot he usual Beef Burgers, you can get upgraded Kobe Beef Burgers, which the the Internet Buzz says is not worth the price, plus there are Salmon; Lamb; Turkey and Vegetarian Burgers.
The Internet Buzz is mixed, some love the Burgers and Fries here, others leave feeling disappointed. If you're in the mood for a burger, and don't mind paying more than a burger should cost, Le Burger Brasserie is worth a visit, after all, can you really make a bad burger.
Internet Buzz: Le Burger
- Basically a burger joint with a Hooters-like atmosphere in Paris Hotel / Casino. The gals wear scantily clad outfits (hot pants and tight bustier tops) serving burgers and fries with plenty of add-ons. My fave was plain burger cooked medium with a fried egg, cheddar, and carmelized onions with thin-cut fries. Not too shabby with great beer.
- Normally I'm skeptical when it comes to burger restaurants (since I usually get tired of boring burgers quickly!), but I have to say the lamb burger is amazing! Cooked well, nice and hot, and filling. They also have an assortment of fries, to which I would agree the waffle fries are the best out of the three
- ! I had the "Tour D' America" which consisted of 3 hotdogs (Chicago, NY, and LA). Yah yah... I know... I got hotdogs at a burger joint. So sue me! These dogs were fantastic little units (think dog sliders). The weiners had a nice snap to them and the toppings were spot on.
- I got a burger cooked medium-rare with Cheddar cheese, Caramelized Onions, and Bacon on a Caramelized onion bun. It was cooked perfectly, seasoned well, and tasted absolutely phenomenal.
- Overall, meh. The Paris burger with caramelized onion and Brie was well-prepared - but I can do better with ingredients from Safeway, and the raved-about waffle fries from other reviews were very obviously straight out of a frozen bag. Pickle was quite good, though. Living in San Francisco has spoiled me.