In the spirit of Tony Bourdain, food as adventure. Try everything twice in case it was made wrong the first time. Eat without fear or prejudice.
Wednesday, August 09, 2006
Breakfast at Bouchon, Las Vegas
Yesterday, I had a 4 hour layover in Las Vegas, so my friends met me a Thomas Keller's Bouchon in the Venetian for what has been rated as the best breakfast in Vegas. I had the sourdough waffles with strawberries, vanilla butter and maple syrup. My friends had the boudin blanc, a white sausage made with turkey and veal, served with a side of scrambled eggs.
They also had French toast made with brioche, bread pudding style.
We split the selection of the pastries which included a pecan sticky bun, a dark chocolate croissant, a banana nut muffin, and a cheese danish.
We also had the famous pomme frites that Tony Bourdain curse in his Vegas episode of No Reservations.