Le Burger Brasserie at Paris

Just The Facts, Please.


Paris (In walkway between Ballys and Paris)

Dining Hours

Dining: 11am - 10pm
Bar : 11am -12am Sun-Thurs
Fri & Sat: Dining & Bar: 11am - 1am





Price Range


Suggested Attire



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

Le Burger Brasserie at Paris/Ballys is another upscale burger restaurant, joining BLT Burger at the Mirage and Burger Bar at Mandalay Place.

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.



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