Bronze Café Summerlin Catering
Tomato Basil Soup
Sweet Potatoes and Caramelized Onions / Jeweled Quinoa
The David’s Special Salad – Kale massaged with housemade Lemon Vinaigrette, Roasted Beets, Curried Quinoa, Spiced Chickpeas, Shredded Carrots, Diced Avocado, Hemp Seeds
The LGBTQ Sammich – Housemade Bacon Jam, Maple-glazed Bacon, mixed Greens, Tomato, Cucumbers, Basil Aioli, Lemon Vinaigrette, Ciabatta
The Green Goddess Chicken Salad Sammich – Housemade Chicken Salad, diced Apples, mixed Greens, Tomato, Red Onion, Basil Aioli, Lemon Vinaigrette, Ciabatta
The California Turkey Sammich – Turkey Breast, Avocado, mixed Greens, Tomato, Red Onion, Basil Aioli, Lemon Vinaigrette, Ciabatta
The Pumpkin Spice Cookie
The Strawberry Cookie
The Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle
The Loving v Virginia
The Carrot Cake
The Chai Spice Cookie
The Banana Flax Cake
The Chocolate Almond Cookie
Having enjoyed David Mozes’ and Chef Peter Bastien’s Bronze Café at The Center, The Market and Juice Stars, it was to #supportlocal that lunch was catered from their North Buffalo location on Thursday, a collection of old favorites predictably arriving on time with plenty of plates and utensils that allowed staff to enjoy every second of their lunch hour.
Located near Desert Shores in Summerlin, the former home of Beau Monde Bakery providing turnkey access for a Restaurant eventually intended to offer Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, it is focused on health-conscious and diet-friendly fare that many guests began with Soup or Salad, Tomato Basil tasting a lot like Margherita Pizza without the Crust while “David’s Special” remains a workplace favorite thanks to Quinoa, Garbanzos, Hemp and Avocado that compliment thinly sliced Kale’s.
Continuing Organic, Vegan and Gluten-free with Sweet Potatoes and Caramelized Onions plus Jeweled Quinoa, the latter pleasantly spiced and lightly sweetened by Raisins, it was in “Sammiches” that appetites were invested further, California Turkey expectedly gone first but quickly followed by The LGBTQ and Green Goddess Chicken which each eat cleaner than their traditional versions thanks to better Ingredients served in proper rations on fluffy Ciabatta.
Not about to skip entirely Vegan Desserts, The Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle still Las Vegas’ best Cookie despite mounting competition, those missing Beau Monde’s gluten-free offerings will be happy to know both the Banana Flax Cake and all-new Carrot Cake are made without any Wheat protein, and although the Banana Bread is far more moist than memory serves it still cannot hold a candle to shredded Carrots, Pineapple and plenty of Baking Spices beneath slick Icing and toasted Coconut.
Continuing strong with Bronze Café’s cleverly titled Loving v Virginia, a Brookie that has only gotten better over time, the all-new Chocolate Almond Cookie would probably benefit from a bit more moisture, though the same cannot be said for Pumpkin Spice, Chai or Strawberry which are all soft, chewy and almost Cake-like.
N/A: Making it blog policy to not ‘rate’ places based on catering alone, no matter where Chef Peter and David are set-up the quality has never declined, lunch on Thursday continuing to show quality and creativity bound to please those with and without dietary restrictions, whether they want to be gluttonous or eat light.
RECOMMENDED: The David’s Special Salad, The LGBTQ Sammich, The Green Goddess Chicken Salad Sammich, The Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle, The Pumpkin Spice Cookie, The Loving v Virginia, The Carrot Cake.
AVOID: The Chocolate Almond Cookie was pretty dry.
TIP: 10a-9p daily at 2380 N Buffalo Drive, Suite 110.
WHAT THE STARS MEAN: 5 World Class, 4 Excellent, 3 Good, 2 Fair, 1 Poor.