Light. Clean. Always a good way to start.
Particularly delicious without being overly fatty and lingering on the tastebuds.
A new era in my life has started. I no longer look forward to the wild partying, excessive drinking, and artery clogging buffet eating in Vegas. Now when I think about Vegas, I get excited by the thought of eating something fancy and delicious. Welcome to old age, right? So the real reason behind my summer Vegas trip, aside from enjoying the company of my wonderful friends The Pouter, Teety, and Soprano Man, who shall now be renamed Yums (because that's what he always says when he eats something tasty), was to finally eat at the world famous Jöel Robuchon. We planned our trip around this very meal. Yums was such a good sport because he actually ate there a few weeks ago, but knew all of us wanted to go there so just shelled out another $$$$ to eat there again with us. We love you Yums! Jöel Robuchon is actually the only 3 star Michelin restaurant in the Los Angeles area. However, the Michelin guide has not revisited Los Angeles since 2009 so how relevant are those 3 stars now 5 years later?
The French people love their bread. While a selection like this is almost like an adult version of a "kid in a candy store," I would opt for fewer breads that are warm. Nothing beats warm bread.