Now open, a new 24-hour restaurant that serves a combination of comfort food and Asian fare. The Stratosphere’s 4,465-square-foot Strat Café & Wok sits on the main casino floor with decor contributed by local artists on the walls.
Johnny Church, corporate executive chef of Golden Entertainment, and Andrew Bateman, Stratosphere’s assistant executive chef, created the menu that spans breakfast through late-night dishes.
Breakfast items start at $9 such as lemon poppy seed pancakes; cornflake-crusted French toast stuffed with peanut butter and mixed berry compote; and three eggs served any way with bacon, chicken apple sausage, turkey bacon, golden hash-mash potatoes, and a choice of toast, fresh biscuit, or English muffin.
Fried calamari with sweet peppers and marinara sauce; a lobster Cobb salad with chopped lobster, romaine, a hard boiled egg, diced tomatoes, avocado, and special sauce; and the double-double hangover burger with bacon, fried egg, American cheese, special sauce, and a brioche bun start at $8.
Entrées start at $14 and include a seven-layer lasagna with Bolognese, tomato-basil, parmesan, and a white wine sauce; bacon-wrapped meatloaf with mashed potatoes, green beans, brown gravy, and roasted baby carrots with a maple glaze; and pan-seared chicken breast with ratatouille of zucchini, squash and tomato.
Asian dishes are available from 11 a.m. to midnight and include wok creations as well as appetizers, soups, noodles, and rice dishes, starting at $7. Beef chow fun dry noodles with beef, rice noodles, mushrooms, bean sprouts, onions, and Guangdong oyster sauce; orange chicken made with Hunan style diced chicken breast, green onions, dry peppers, and an orange peel; Mongolian beef with shaved flank steak, onions, dry peppers, and sambal; and spicy peppered prawns with breaded shrimp, red Fresno chilies, jalapeño and Sichuan sauce make the menu.