I had á la carte Belgian waffles with whipped cream and strawberries, and my boyfriend had French toast with powdered sugar. Both meals were $12. My Belgian waffle was perfectly cooked, but very bland-tasting, and the strawberries weren't even a shade of red, so I didn't bother eating them. Luckily for me, my boyfriend wasn't feeling well enough to eat more than half of his three slices of French toast, and they were absolutely delicious. I also had a bottomless wineglass of 100% orange juice for $4 (was full of pulp though). The other menu items weren't cheap either; of particular note was half a grapefruit for $3. Give me a break--a whole grapefruit is only $0.89!
The decor was extremely modern and upscale. The entry area had an impressive, large blue-tiled wall with water flowing down it. The flowing water sound makes a very nice ambience. The restaurant had a wall of two-story windows overlooking the pool area. The tabletops were a very interesting Caesarstone white with multicolored chips of quartz speckled throughout, which created a colorful confetti look. The lamps and chandeliers were also very unique. For an hour, David Osborne played a baby grand piano, accompanied by a cellist. This made the ambience feel semi-romantic, but the bright daylight and modern decor didn't enhance that feeling.
Overall, we were just happy to find breakfast being served during lunch, which is a lot harder to find than I thought it would be in Vegas. It was the best breakfast I had in Vegas, but that isn't really saying much. Next time I go to Vegas, I am probably going to try new places for breakfast.
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December 20, 2004
From journal Getting the Most Out of My Money in Las Vegas
May 20, 2002
From journal Viva Las Vegas