One of the things I like best about Las Vegas is all the different little breakfast and lunch places we have around the valley.
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Personally, I think they are all important. I tried a place that’s been around awhile, but I just never stopped before and I’m regretting that because now that I’ve tried this place, I’ve been to it twice in two weeks.
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Cinnamon’s is located at 7591 W. Washington Ave., right off the Buffalo Drive exit on Summerlin Parkway. Cinnamon’s is open weekdays from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. and 8-3 on the weekends. On my first trip, it was all about breakfast as the wife and I went on a Friday morning. I went with a traditional breakfast of eggs and bacon with a short stack of their famous Guava Chiffon Pancakes.
The pancakes were light and fluffy and were topped with a duo of a Sweet Guava sauce and a Tart & Tangy Guava sauce. These pancakes were excellent. I will try their Red Velvet or Cinnamon Roll pancakes next time.
Lori tried their Tropical Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast. I had to try a few bites, and these were amazing as they use Hawaiian Sweet Bread for the French Toast and stuff the inside of the French toast with a Mango Cream Cheese. They top the French Toast with warm pineapple passion fruit.
After enjoying our breakfast choices so much I wanted to come back and try Cinnamon’s for lunch. On my second trip, I brought my buddy Marc as he had never been here before.
I went with Paniolo’s Prime Rib sandwich. Cinnamon’s Prime Rib sandwich was thick cut slices of Prime Rib which was so good and cooked to perfection. It comes with cheese, sautéed mushrooms and onions on grilled sourdough bread. They served au jus and horseradish sauce on the side, but honestly ,the sandwich didn’t need either. It was perfect as it was. You get a side with it and I went with the Tots, being the big kid that I am.
Apparently, so is Marc as he kept stealing some of my Tots. Marc went with one of their dishes from the Loco Moco section of the menu. It was called Da Moe Moe Moco. This Hawaiian dish comes out in a skillet with a bed of white or brown rice, two eggs and topped with Kalua Pig and Lau Lau covered in beef stew. The Kalua Pig is a pulled pork.
I tasted the beef stew and it was excellent. I know this may sound like a lot of different flavors but put together it really works. This is a big breakfast and Marc took a good bit of it home. My Prime Rib sandwich was $12.99, and the Da Moe Moe Moco was $14.50.
Our waitress Alyssa was such a joy to serve us. She was extremely helpful with suggestions and very friendly and attentive. You honestly could tell how much she enjoyed working there. I give Cinnamon’s a rating of 3.75 Forks.