A long-awaited casual-dining restaurant has arrived at Centennial Hills’ Skye Canyon Marketplace, serving a lengthy family-friendly menu of classic breakfast, lunch, and dinner favorites, and 22 of its namesake omelets.
Easy to find in the far northwest at the intersection Skye Canyon and Grand Canyon Drives, Omelette Cafe moved into a built-from-scratch corner space in pad F, next to Club Pilates and a drive-thru Cafe Rio.
Already accepting takeout or curbside pickup orders via its 702-396-0605 phone number, diners can also take advantage of an outdoor patio. Reservations remain necessary to be seated inside the open-plan dining room.
Posting weekly specials including chicken and waffles, loco moco, steak and eggs, plus daily specials of Friday fish and chips and meatloaf on Wednesdays, the cafe offers a full roster of breakfast choices.
Options include $10.99 skillets, plus buttermilk pancakes, French toast, eggs Benedict with lobster, and the omelet creations, filled with diverse ingredients of Polish or Mexican sausage, meatballs, homemade chili, bacon, and the trio of guacamole, tomato, and cheddar cheese to make the Green Goblin.
The restaurant also serves a selection of desserts, specializing in cinnamon apple, cannoli, red velvet, and bananas Foster cakes.
Still on the way to the Skye Canyon Marketplace, a Bob’s Big Boy diner equipped with counter-top gaming, and the soon to open Skye Bar & Grill.
Omelette Cafe, 9670 W. Skye Canyon Park Drive, #150, 702-396-0605. Open Monday to Friday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and closing at 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Reservations only. Order takeout via the restaurant.
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