W: As mentioned before I am a total bitch in the morning if I don’t get to eat right away. This is exactly what happened on a morning where we went to go visit a couple of dear friends that live in the Summerlin area. After having a karaoke induced night mixed with $1 you call it anything at the Silverton Casino I was not a happy camper to be woken up early to grab a bite to eat.
S: We usually try to find a place for brunch but this time all we really did was wake up and said...Crap, we have a brunch date in an hour. So the group decided to go to Siena Grill
W: Beautiful restaurant with the view of the golf course. Lush, green and full of old gray haired men sipping on beers and enjoying a day at the lawn. But the food did not impress me. It was not bad nor was it great. It was just good. Plain ol’ good. Not awesome, not spectacular. Just good. After fumbling through both the lunch and breakfast menu I didn’t find anything in particular that I wanted. Menu offered the standard fair of sandwiches, omelets, salads and breakfast stuff. Just plain boring stuff.
S: Honestly, I have no idea what I ordered and it was definitely not very memorable either. I am pretty sure I got the crab cake sandwich. The service is not very quick but it's fine. The crab cake was not anything extraordinary but still pretty good. Very typical, not too exciting.
W: I settled on the “create your own” omelet. I basically put everything that was offered into my omelet. I had diced ham, sautéed mushrooms, spinach, onions and peppers and it was all smothered in Swiss cheese. It came with a side of hash browns and I chose sour dough toast. The positive - the hash browns were crisp and brown . The negative - the omelet had a thick layer of cheese that weighed down the fluffiness that an omelet is supposed to be. But the best thing there was the thick , slightly toasted sour dough bread. Schmeared some butter and orange marmalade on it and I was in heaven.
S: But I heard the golf course is great! I heard they are great with keeping up their tracks. They have nice wide fairways, fast greens which is great for interesting short game. It's reasonable prices around $40. The drink cart girls makes their round often and the tracks are really fun.
W: I looked at their table advertisements and I would come back for their happy hour just to sip and enjoy a beer or two and try to find an old rich man that would leave me riches one day. Other than that I would not return if I had a choice.
10575 Siena Monte Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89135