General Description and Photos
Warm & soft hues with candles on each table, romantic music and tuxedo-clad waiters, just few hundred yards from the Strip at the edge on downtown Las Vegas.
LAS VEGAS WEEKLY MAGAZINE.
By Rick Moonen June 2015
“Pamplemousse, French for “grapefruit,” is a quaint classic. The lighting, ceiling fans and French music—piano and saxophone instrumentals—is perfect and charming. The East Sahara location takes you away from the chaos and back to old Las Vegas, feeling even more like the ’60s than the ’70s.
Pamplemousse’s menu features a decadent torchon de foie gras, left, and a rich bouchée de fruits de mer, a seafood stew in a puff pastry cup.”