2160 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910236.158967 -115.170852
Neighborhoods: Las Vegas, Rancho Oakey
Horrendous experience. My daughter,wife and I walked in hoping to have great breakfast. First off, our host didn't walk us to our table. She pointed at the the table and said sit over there in that booth and your server will be with you in a minute. We sat down to find the top edges of our booth extremely dusty with food crumbs. Upon ordering, they asked us what we wanted to drink. My wife ordered a cranberry juice and I an orange juice and right about when I was going to order a milk for my daughter the server walked away before I even said anything. Food, nothing was good. Pancakes had no taste nor my waffles, eggs had a weird funky taste, bacon literally crumbled before I got it to my mouth. The only thing I enjoyed was the sausage and my juice. The only thing my wife enjoyed was her cranberry juice. I'm not one to complain bout my food, but this Omelet House has been the worst breakfast restaurant I ever visited. Russell and Boulder hwy location . Henderson NV.
Horrible Experience – A few collegues and I went to the Omelet House for lunch. We decided since their portions are huge to share a salad. Some members of our group had appetizers, soup, and sandwhiches. After I paid the bill one of our group noticed a hair in her salad, the waitress came over and immediately noticed it as well. She kept the change and left our table. Returning to our table was a poorly dressed man with the plate in his hand. He immediately started to accuse the person of eating the salad and then "found" the hair. He was very rude in his manner and approach, he identified himself as the owner. She immediately stopped him and informed him that we were not looking for a "free" meal in fact we had already paid the bill. We wanted to ensure that all health codes were followed and maybe he should check the kitchen employees for hairnets. He again became loud and abrasive and left our table. The poor waitress was mortified and apologized profusely for her boss. It is unfortunate that he could single handedly ruin our experience. He obviously has no business in the service industry nor does he posess any professional customer service skills.
The Best Breakfast , Felt like Home – My friend and I had just finished a long weekend as Medics for the baker to Vegas Relay, and had heard mention of The Omelet House. What an awesome surprise. Great down home cooking, the hostess made us feel as if we were really special. She has worked there for 17 years! Our food was hot, beautifully cooked, and perfectly seasoned. I would recomend this place to everyone! All personel seemed intent on making sure we were happy AND the other guests chimed in with their favorites and helpful lhints for ordering..
LOTS of food! – My friends and I ate here after I found it on city search, and we loved it. Our one suggestion would be to share a meal!...With the HUGE omelets AND pumpkin bread it was a lot for one person---so maybe order one meal and an extra order of pumpkin bread:) Also, they are very open to you adding or taking things away from one of their pre-made omelets, so that's nice!
One of the best breakfast places in sin city – I have been eating at this place for over 10 years and they have NEVER not once let me down my wife and i go in there at least once every 2 weeks, Great omelettes and service and the pumplin bread is the best i have ever had great prices and good service very "hole in the wall" type feeling very small and family run the location at Lakemead and Rampart has closed which made me unhappy because that one was very close to my house but we still make the trip down there every couple weeks. I would recommend it to anyone just make sure to be hungry
yummm – i had a farmer juan omelet! either i was starving or it was just not a big omelet. but it was a great breakfast i ate everything on my plate the home fries were unique. it wasnt as exciting as i pictured it tho. but it was "good eats" as alton brown would say ;)
best breakfast in Vegas! – I have been eating at the omelet house for nearly 20 years and it is still the same exoerience and even same servers! The spuds you get with your breakfast are just delicious and if you like fried zuchinni then you MUST try theirs it is unlike any other you have eaten, get a half order if just 1-2 people but a full order for more then that as you will not want to stop eating them. I like the Green Hornet for my omelet it has fresh avacado, jack cheese and tomato. if your not really that hungry ask for a baby omelet then you wil get one made with 3 eggs instead of the normal 6 it is very filling and affordable!
Hearty portions, specialty omelettes and a cozy diner feel make this breakfast joint a Vegas classic. – In Short
One of the city's best spots for breakfast, this is a classic diner complete with dark, wood-paneled decor straight out of the '70s. The dim, amber lighting is particularly hospitable to those who over-imbibed the night before. It's also conducive to convivial conversation across eggs and spuds, making it a great place to meet friends on the weekend for brunch. Forty-odd specialty omelettes fill out the menu.
Fabulous!! – Best Breakfast spot!! Great Food for a Great Price. Thats what i'm talking about. Good pumkin bread and delicious potatos that come with the omelet. Very Homey... I loved it! Will return
Great – The coffee was good, the servings generous, the food was great, and the prices really reasonable. If you are not too bothered by the atmosphere, which is a little, how shall we say, unpolished, then it is a great place to eat if you are hungry.
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