The morning before we left Vegas for home, Mr. Munchimunch and I stopped by Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant to fuel up on food and coffee. I saw the place driving by and it looked like a diner to me. I truly miss being able to go to a diner 24/7 in Utah and having breakfast whenever I wanted.
After being seated by a rude hostess, the rest of our breakfast was more pleasant as we received a very sweet server. (I’m sure no one appreciates being gestured at with a frown and an impatient wave in a general direction. We didn’t know the hostess was waving at us and she didn’t even say hi or ask us how we were doing that morning!)
Mr. Munchimunch ordered some freshly squeezed orange juice. He’s the extra extra pulp type of orange juice drinker, but he still enjoyed the fresh “not enough pulp” cup of orange juice he received.
I ordered a cup of coffee and it was just like any other regular diner coffee. Sadly, nothing special like the coffee from The Belgian Waffle & Omelet Inn.
Mr. Munchimunch ordered the Three Fresh Fruit & Warm Compote Crepes, delicious homemade crepes filled with our four cheese blend recipe and your choice of a homemade warm fruit compote, topped with your choice of fresh fruit topping and then lightly dusted with powdered sugar. These crepes also came with some fresh whipped cream. I was lucky enough to try each of the sweet and savory blueberry, strawberry, and apple crepes and loved the blueberry one!
I ordered the Somerset English Breakfast, two extra large eggs with ham or three strips of bacon or three sausage links and hash browns smothered in sharp cheddar cheese, served with an English muffin. I chose my eggs sunny side ups, my favorite!, sausage links, and an extra side of a short stack of pancakes. I don’t know what type of sausages those were, but they were sweet and delicious! Maybe apple chicken sausage?
If you’re looking for diner style food at a fair price with quick service, please give Blueberry Hill a try. There are several locations so if you’re in Las Vegas, you should be able to find one nearby.