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Breakfast Special Review – La Salsa Cantina in Las Vegas


Key Points:

  • La Salsa Cantina’s breakfast deal comes with 2 eggs, a choice of meat, SW potatoes, and a tortilla for $9.99 on weekends and $6.99 on weekdays.

  • Portions were on the small size, so big eaters may want to look elsewhere.

  • Food quality was “Fine”, making this a decent option for stretching your vacation budget.

It’s no secret. Things in Las Vegas, and around the country for that matter, are getting more and more expensive by the day.

While “loss leader” food deals used to be plentiful in Vegas, cheap places to eat on the Strip are now few and far between.

Fortunately for value-seekers, the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood is still home to several solid meal deals that include a $4.99 breakfast at Blondies, a $5.99 lunch menu at Ocean One, and the focus of this review – a breakfast deal at La Salsa Cantina.

I thought it would be fun to swing in, to show you what you get for your money along with my opinion on whether or not it’s worth it.

Exterior of La Salsa Cantina from the MIracle Mile Shops.

The Breakfast Deal

The deal entitles guests to:

  • 2 eggs any style
  • Choice of ham, bacon, or sausage
  • Choice of corn or flour tortilla
  • Southwest potatoes

I opted for sausage, 2 eggs over easy, and added a coffee to the order because, if you must ask, I was hungover.

Notably, they also serve a 99-cent bloody mary alongside breakfast as well… but I wasn’t ready to commit to that quite yet.

I placed my order, and received my plate of food within 3 minutes, suggesting the meal components are already prepped in the back somewhere under a warmer.

Here’s what she looked like:

A plate of food that includes 2 over easy eggs, a round sausage patty, and a small pile of southwest potatoes.

The Verdict – Is La Salsa Cantina’s Breakfast Worth Snagging?

For the price, the meal was “fine”.

I wouldn’t describe anything on the plate to be anything more than lukewarm, and it was certainly edible, although this isn’t a meal that is going to blow you away. Like, at all.

Portion sizes were small, so big eaters should likely avoid the deal altogether and opt for something more substantial from the get-go.

I’m not a huge eater but still had room in the ole’ gullet to wander across the hallway to eat a second breakfast deal offered at Blondies.

I didn’t necessarily need a second breakfast, but have been wanting to review that offering as well.

The coffee was disappointing. It was chalky and left a fine coating of dust on the sides of the mug, almost as if it was a poorly mixed instant option.

All in all, this meal deal could be a good option for value seekers, provided you don’t have a massive appetite and can keep your expectations in check.

If you’re looking for ways to save money in Vegas, give it a shot.

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