This hugely popular breakfast/brunch place is located less than 2 miles from the strip, hidden in a dilapidated strip mall off Charleston Blvd. The locals seem to know where it is, as there were tons of people in business attire enjoying their lunch break.
We came here on a Monday around 11:30 AM and the place was busy. When we walked in, there was a dining room to the left and more seating area straight ahead. We were seated at neither location but we were led to the right and to a huge, hidden dining area. This place was pretty big!!
Like the restaurant, the menu was just as big, as we were given tabloid size laminated menu with one side with omelettes and breakfast items, and on the other side lunch items. It’s took us about 10 minutes to figure out what we wanted, and ironically, not one of us ordered an omelet.
We were at the Henderson location 2 years ago and Stephen ordered the house corned beef hash and eggs. He liked it so much, he decided to order it again here. Karen had the country scrambler, and I had the ham and eggs. All of the breakfast orders came with their version of spuds, which was a cross between slices of potatoes grilled almost to chip consistency. The breakfast also came with bread, which your choice could include their pumpkin or banana nut bread.
Stephen’s corned beef hash took up almost half the plate along with his to sunny-side eggs. There were chunks of corned beef, so you could see it definitely was made from scratch.
Karen also had a very generous helping of eggs with chunks of ham and loads of melted cheese. My ham steak was about a half inch thick and took up the entire plate as well. They had to serve my eggs and spuds on a separate plate.
Service was a little spotty, as it took a while to get things we asked for. We asked for Splenda, and it took a while, and I never got my refill of my Diet Coke. However, coffee cups were refilled regularly and frequently. Friendly people, huge portions, are reasons why I can see why this place is very popular on weekends.