Great place to get a hearty meal. Open for breakfast and lunch. Come check it out if you're in Las Vegas. About 4 miles off the strip
We are from out of town. We visit Las Vegas 2 or 3 times a year. We always plan for stopping on here for breakfast. The service is great and we have never been disappointed in our food. Great jellies and preserved the flavor choices are endless...enjoy. By the way Not expensve.
It's a bit pricey, but the food and service are very good. The fried chicken is an absolute must. Waffles and deviled eggs are very good too.
Great food and services that made me smile & filled me up.
Hands down the best ever for a heart attack i love this place...
By far the worst breakfast experience I've ever had in this great city known for its amazing breakfast joints. The service was exceptionally slow, food service was lousy, they messed up our food order, tables weren't cleaned. I do not recommend! Poorly run and mismanagement. Owner you need to hire better staff.
It took almost an hour for us to get our food. One plate was cold and too salty, one the rice was not fully cooked, one was good. Very disappointed, will not return. Bloody Mary was good. Server was nice.
Too pricey for quality our waiter didn't offer any drink refills and my food was wrong didn't off to remake it
Great limited late night menu. Really attentive waiters. Plenty of space. Open 24 hours. $5.00 Bloody Mary or Margarita available.
Yes, the views of Las Vegas are unparalleled! The steaks and appetizers are delectible. But the Seafood "Alfredo" was the most embarrassingly disgusting concoction of pasta, "Alfredo sauce", lobster, fish, shrimp, and whatever else they put in there, any culinary victim could ever experience. Thank Goodness my wife was willing to share some of her heavenly steak with me, to wipe out the taste of that Seafood Alfredo out of my mouth! Whomever created that seafood crap to be served, in such a lavishly exquisite restaurant, should be fired and sent to a trade school for middle school kitchen personnel. Only the view of the lights Las Vegas and the reunited company of my family were a worthy compensation to make up for that one dish. There's an old saying that goes something like "never go to a steakhouse to have seafood", and (unfortunately) The chef of the Top of the World in the Las Vegas Stratosphere was probably the inspiration for it.