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MGM grand The Mansion Dining breakfast

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Drewm1972, Mar 21, 2017.

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  1. Drewm1972

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    IMG_0317.JPG IMG_0317.JPG IMG_0303.JPG IMG_0302.JPG IMG_0322.JPG IMG_0311.JPG IMG_0312.JPG IMG_0326.JPG IMG_0315.JPG weekend, I visited Vegas and we were staying MGM Grand skylofts and since we were there people highly recommended having breakfast at The Mansion; here are some photos... here's my impressions foods were excellent since (it was breakfast) on Sunday morning-
    It was me, wife and our friend S and his wife - we informed my butler we wanted to dine at mansion so he actually had to walk us down to Resturant (going thru HL room to get there) then we were seated right away
    They litterly had two waiters one was server and 2nd was taking orders. During the ordering waiter actually asked how we want our "bacon"? I never been asked "how you like your bacon"? Lol, crispy or just cooked lightly etc.. also their omelet looked so clean and perfectly set up as you can see it in picture, eggs were perfect and bacon was good. Their French toast was excellent as well. Breads were warm and jams were freshly ; looked like it's house made.
    One thing, soon as we sat they start giving us bottled FiJi waters so I thought "oh they only serve bottled waters" but as you can see they charged me for it lol. I noticed one of great advantage of eating was not just an experience and food but on a Sunday morning 930 am, can you imagine trying to have breakfast on a strip hotel? How busy it is? Have to wait least 30 mins, wait for waitress etc.... but at Mansion we didn't have to wait for nothing btw coffee was excellent and they made sure our coffee was kept warm.
    After breakfast we walked around garden saw their own heated swimming pool and real grass(lol) thru out Mansion. Very nicely well kept ground. IMG_0323.JPG
     
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    If it was me, there went my food budget for the week
     
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    Dang, that's spendy. Remind me to bring my own chicken the next time I stay there. :D

    (Great pics. Thx for posting.)
     
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    I got it comped so it worked out...but still was bit expensive I agree
     
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    How can an omelet be cheaper than 2 eggs. Do they use 1 egg in omelet? LOL
     
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    @Drewm1972 What a beautiful setting for Sunday morning breakfast! Thanks for sharing.

    Coincidentally we were staying at the Mirage at that same time - our breakfast experience was quite different at The Pantry. We sat at the bar/counter since we were in a hurry. I must say the guys and gal behind the counter were super friendly, fast and efficient and the pancakes and pork sausage there are very good. And you are right, the lines were long, haha! :feedme:
     
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    I can totally understand but pantry food is always good. Excellent choice!!!
     
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    Just give me a glass of tap water
     
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    That looks really nice. The price is in line with the other high quality places, I guess my wife and I are getting immune from the thought of the higher prices. If we ever were to not be comped I am afraid of the sticker shock, but still shy away from that high scale of breakfast (dinner is another thing though). Very impressed................Rick
     
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    Great photos. Thanks for sharing. I don't think I'll ever have the pleasure of dining there, unfortunately. 23 bucks doesn't seem too outrageous for 2 eggs, bacon, potatoes and an entire bakery worth of bread.
     
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    I know everyone else has said it already but $23 DOLLARS FOR TWO EGGS???? LOL
     
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    Yea... a bit crazy.... but to buffer it just a bit... that was for the 2 egg breakfast with bacon, potatoes and lots of bread included.
     
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    Rick I feel you if it wasn't comped I don't think we ate there either but the breakfast price itself isn't so bad but you see water and coffee price also juice? Damn one thing for sure service and environment was top notch. Quiet and very peaceful. Need to experience one day my friend.
     
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    Yes we have learned to turn down Fiji water in any restaurant, coffee prices are crazy as are juice but we are used to those. Like I said we are fortunate as we are usually comped for all. Nothing beats great service and a nice leisurely breakfast before a fun day in the casino..........Rick.
     
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    Definitely would exceed my breakfast budget for a year.
    Toast or bagel in the morning is my usual.
     
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    Thanks for sharing all your comments - like I have mentioned I don't think I would pay my hard cash but it was comped regardless if you can experience it you should - it was very quiet peaceful and we enjoyed it very much. On crazy busy Sunday morning imagine having breakfast with two servers !! Lol
     
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    Great pics. OK that is a LOT of bread.
     
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    Btw breads were little miniature ones and really good too.
     
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    Two eggs are 23 dollars?!? Apparently the goddamn chickens live in the Mansion too!
     
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    Don't forget the bacon lol, waiter did ask "how do you want your bacon cook?" Lol.
     
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