Napoleon Bonaparte once found an omelet so good in southern France that he ordered the town to gather all the eggs they could find to prepare the dish for his army the next day. The omelet signifies breakfast and a hearty one at that. The all-in-one dish perfectly balances the fluffiness of eggs with their crunchy and creamy counterparts. Here are five omelets you should check out in Las Vegas.
1 Sterling Brunch
Lobster and caviar and sushi, oh my. No brunch in Vegas beats the swanky concoction at Bally's Steakhouse at Bally’s. At $85 a head, you can get pretty much whatever you please at the decadent Sterling Brunch buffet, including omelets with the works. Look for a huge variety of meats, cheeses and fresh produce made to order by a chef and then hand-delivered to your table.
Bally’s Las Vegas
3645 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
2 Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro
It’s rare in Vegas to find a divine restaurant that serves breakfast on the Strip. On weekdays, you can find it at Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro. Try one of the three omelets on the menu made with free-range eggs. The veggie omelets come nestled with wild mushrooms, spinach, tomato and fresh herbs. The crab omelet features Dungeness crab doused in a citrus Hollandaise sauce. Or the three-meat omelet snuggles up with bacon, ham, sausage and cheddar cheese. Find all three Mondays through Fridays during breakfast.
Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro
3325 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
3 Ceres Restaurant
One of the most popular dishes on Ceres Restaurant’s breakfast menu are the omelets made at their own separate station. Put together the ingredients you want to serve up your own version of eggy dish. Go for the stuffed French toast while you’re eating breakfast.
221 N. Rampart Blvd.
4 Marche Bacchus
Dine lakeside on the patio at Marche Bacchus and pick up an omelet with French flair. L’Omelette De Bacchus features goat cheese and fresh tomato; the Omelette Saumon Marine comes with cured salmon and spinach; while the Omelette campagnarde comes with ham, mushrooms and brie cheese. Pick up a bottle of wine from the wine cellar to go with your breakfast. C’mon, it’s Vegas.
2620 Regatta Dr.
5 MOzen Bistro
Mandarin Oriental’s full-service restaurant, MOzen Bistro, adds some Asian flair to its dishes. For breakfast, the simplistic egg omelet shows up with your choices of tomato, spinach, wild mushroom, onion, bell pepper, green onion, asparagus, cheddar cheese, ham or bacon. Or go with a healthy choice with the Mandarin breakfast with its egg white and spinach omelet with dark rye or multi-grain bread and a tropical fruit assortment.
3752 Las Vegas Blvd. S.