Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Cheap Breakfast Options in Las Vegas

With all its glitz and glamour, Las Vegas has a reputation of all things high class, but if that is not your spot of tea, there are several places to eat on a budget in the City of Sin.  I did have a previous post last year of my foodie ventures in Vegas: click here. I went recently and want to mention a couple of places that I visited.

My cousin mentioned the casino, Sunset Station in Henderson, that has a reasonably priced breakfast buffet for only $4.99 a person.  The restaurant is called Feast Buffet and includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet options.  The buffet has the typical food stations such as Asian, Italian, Mexican, and American food with a salad and dessert bar.  The breakfast food consisted of the bacon, pancakes, sausages, eggs, biscuits and even corned beef.  I tend to avoid buffets now but the food here is decent and surprisingly not as greasy as I assumed.  The price cannot be beat either.  Breakfast lasts from 8am-11am and around 10:50a.m., the kitchen brings out the lunch items.  If you want to sample both, I say to come to brunch a little later and stick around for lunch.  The buffet line can get long but moves quickly as the staff tries to accommodate guests as efficiently as possible.

Sunset Station
Feast Buffet
1301 W. Sunset Rd. 
Henderson, NV 89014

Another breakfast joint can be found at the Tuscany Suites and Casino called Marilyn's Cafe.  From 12am-5am, the cafe has $4.99 steak and eggs. Unfortunately, we did not make it to the steak and eggs special but still went to grab breakfast.  They offer a 24 hour breakfast menu that also has its own specials.  There was a $3.99 all you can eat pancakes.  Their prices are reasonable and food is delightful.  I ordered their Meat Lover's Bowl which includes: sausage, ham, bacon, eggs (any style), and cheddar cheese on a bed of hash brown served with two pancakes for only $8.29.  For me, it is basically two meals. 

The bowl is hearty and full of comfort.  The bowl had a balanced flavor and was not too salty.  The bowl was more than enough for me but I did try some of the pancakes.  The pancakes were a little fluffy but did have a little dryness to it.  Overall,  Marilyn's Cafe is a place to check out for a meal on the budget.  It is off the strip and relatively quiet compared to the rest of the places in Vegas. 

The Tuscany Suites & Casino
Marilyn's Cafe
255 E. Flamingo Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Thank you for reading! 

1 comment:

  1. Wow, that is such a great deal. The food looks fresh and delicious too. I'm all for dining on a budget, especially a place to take friends who are also. I'll remember this when I venture back to Las Vegas for a fun trip with friends/family/etc.!
    Thank you for your honest feedback and I look forward to more posts about places with budgeted eating (that doesn't jeopardize food quality). Please post some more!
    Victoria A. Flores