Jean Philippe Patisserie - Aria
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- 69%Family Travelers
- 63%Budget Travelers
- 62%Business Travelers
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- Jean Philippe Patisserie - AriaMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness TravelersFoodies+ 2
We came here for a quick breakfast and it was fabulous. We had a pesto prociuotto panini that was delicious, as well as a sticky bun and a Nutella brioche - both of which were out of this world. Not a sit down place - you order at the counter, and the seating is right on the casino in the Aria, so it's kind of dark and loud. But worth the trip. @arialvRecommended for:
- Jean Philippe Patisserie - AriaMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersFamily Travelers+ 2
If you like a sweet breakfast, this is a good place for that. They also have a Choice of Sandwiches, Paninis and Salad. Yummy pasties and cakes.
You order at the counter. Decent seating option.Recommended for:
- Jean Philippe Patisserie - AriaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 8
I had their gelato and thought it was good but nothing spectacular about it. I had better one before. Maybe I need to try out their pastry and sandwich the next time I am back. Overall, I will give this place another try.Recommended for:
- Jean Philippe Patisserie - AriaMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4
While the desserts are tasty and well made. The prices and service is not.
You could tell everyone working their just WISHED they were somewhere else at the moment. They could care less about actually serving you unless you asked for help.
We ordered the sweet trio and my friend told the worker if we could get the second one as the first one was damaged. For some reason she told another worker to do it instead and did not relay the message at all. It was only after we paid and were seated that we noticed that the dessert was damaged and had to bring it back for them to give us another.
Though not very difficult, we shouldn't have had to deal with that to begin with.Recommended for:
- Jean Philippe Patisserie - AriaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2
I know I am partial. I like this Jean Philippe at Aria much more than the other location at Ballegio. The reason is simple. This one at Aria is larger and has a decent seating area.
The pastries and chocolates were pretty much the same deal at either locations - all looks very pretty but not all that impressive once you have taken a bite. Definitely more style than substance. I come here just for their crepes, the sweet ones in particular. Savory ones I have tried were mostly on a dry side and not saucy enough. The sweet ones were another story. They made good sauteed fruits and caramel sauce. The gelato was good but not spectacular. But how can you resist getting a scope with your crepe though?
Apparently this is now a fairly popular spot for all those casino goers. Last time I went there it was very packed. The line for food was long and getting a table was not that easy. That was a shame. How I wish I could have the whole place to myself.Recommended for:
- Jean Philippe Patisserie - AriaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4
Jean Philippe, my go-to spot for desserts. I have yet to be disappointed by any item I've tried, and I don't anticipate ever to be disappointed. They have a variety of delectables, from pastries to gelato to paninis.Recommended for:
- Jean Philippe Patisserie - AriaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2First to Review
Prettiness - 5 stars
Price - 3 stars (like everything else in Vegas, OVER PRICED)
Taste - 3 stars (these desserts are for look not taste for sure!)
Coffee - 4 stars (expensive, but better than any "hotel" coffee)
Sandwich - 4 stars (good, but over price; can get same quality at Panera or Corner)
Environment - 5 stars (relaxing, clean)
They also have one over a Bellagio, which has the world's largest chocolate fountain. That one; however, is always extremely crowded, and very difficult to find seats. So, you'll have a better chance finding a seat here than over there.
- Jean Philippe Patisserie - AriaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 5
Jean Phillipe within the Bellagio is my happy place. The massive chocolate art fountain, the beautifully decorated cakes and pastries. I am a sucker for crepes and i usually come here to get a crepe to satisfy that late night munchies. They open til late (but NOT that late by LV standards) on the weekends!
- Jean Philippe Patisserie - Aria
This is probably, by far, the best feature Aria has had. This is also right next to the guest elevators, why HELLO THERE!
I don't know too much of their candy and pastries, and although this place does not boast the awe-inspiring chocolate fountains like the one in Bellagio does, it certainly has a large lounge area with interesting and bizarre but very attractive designs and architecture inlays.
I need not speak more for their crepes but they're so. good. I can't stress this enough. Yes you're probably over paying by a few bucks but you probably shouldn't have this all the time anyway for your cholesterol sake and ... it's Vegas!
Delicious crepes, friendly staffers, lots of room to chill. Perfect in the vastly improvement needed Aria.
- Jean Philippe Patisserie - AriaMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4
Your eyes will be marveled by all the decadent desserts perfectly presented to you. You will def have to walk by all the display cases before making your selection. The gelato and crepes are to die for. If you have a sweet tooth, like me, <3 click Jean Philippe (I want to go). This review is for the location at Arai Hotel and Casino. The other location is next door at Bellagio-way smaller store.