Sunday brunch is one of my favorite meals. Some of the aspects of a good brunch that I look for are food, drinks and service. I have been on a mission lately to find ones that truly stand out. In order stand out, a Sunday brunch would need to break the mold of the typical buffet-style brunch. La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas has done just that.
La Cave offers a fresh, non-buffet approach to Sunday brunch. La Cave 3The Sunday brunch at La Cave is not served buffet style. Instead, the food is delivered butler-style by servers. The food itself is served in smaller, sample-size portions.
Since Sunday brunch for me includes great food and drink, I went with the optional Bottomless Brunch Cocktails. This provided an assortment of unlimited Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s, Mojitos, Caipirinhas and Margaritas.
The menu at La Cave featured 16 different foods when I dined there. The items ranged from basic breakfast foods (scrambled eggs, sausage and bacon) to more creative foods such as Angus Mini Burgers and Veal Short Rib Hash.
There were a few standout items that I need to call out. The Eggs Benedict is available with Chorizo, a Filet or Canadian bacon. I am an Eggs Benedict lover, so I was interested to experience it a little differently, with a Filet. La Cave did not disappoint. My other two favorites were the Pancakes with Berry Compote and the scrambled eggs.
Surprisingly, it is actually possible to try everything on the menu. This is due to the smaller portion sizes. This allowed me to try everything, and then have seconds (and thirds) of the items I particularly enjoyed. After eating all of that, I was amazingly able to try the dessert plate, which included two cookies and a brownie.
La Cave 7If I had to describe the food at La Cave in a single word, I would use the word “fresh.” Being from the East Coast, I know freshness. Growing up as a child, my family and I would often eat freshly grown items from our garden. The food at La Cave brought me back to that experience, especially the dishes that included fruit.
Simply put, La Cave offers a great and fresh Sunday brunch. The service at La Cave was a good as the food. The servers were attentive and never left me wanting for more. In fact, I sometimes felt overwhelmed by the amount of food coming my way. Sunday brunch is available at La Cave for $48 (adults) and $28 (children under 12). The Bottomless Brunch Cocktails option is available for $20. La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway is located at Wynn Las Vegas, located at 3150 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
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