Reviews - Egg Works and Egg & I Family Restaurants

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The Egg & I Reviews

 

Below is a list of Various Reviews from around the Web! We have been rated and reviewed several times over the years and want to share them with you! Listed below are the web reviews we have recieved.

 


Egg & I Sahara
Egg Works Flamingo
Egg Works Sunset
Egg Works Eastern
Egg Works Rainbow
Egg Works Village Center

 


Egg & I Sahara
Egg Works Flamingo
Egg Works Sunset
Egg Works Eastern
Egg Works Rainbow
Egg Works Village Center

 

Egg & I Sahara
Egg Works Flamingo
Egg Works Sunset
Egg Works Eastern
Egg Works Rainbow
Egg Works Village Center



Egg & I Sahara
Egg Works Flamingo
Egg Works Sunset
Egg Works Rainbow

 

Blog Reviews

Every time I come to Las Vegas, I always try new places, preferring not to go to the same restaurant again unless the restaurant is that damn good or worth it. For some reason, this rule of mine has been thrown out the window the last 4 times I have been to Las Vegas. I keep coming back to Egg and I to get my breakfast fix and I’m not even a huge breakfast lover.

Similar to the Korean restaurants that use a button to get the waiter’s attention or Brazilian BBQ with the green for keep it coming or the red for I am stuffed…”no more!!!” Egg and I has the flip-the-egg sign with the sad face signifying that I am one unhappy egg and need something. And the smiley face side is left to say “I am a happy camper.” Read more >>


A Place for my Taste!

I’ve eaten at the Sunset Road Egg Works, and at their Sahara Avenue sister restaurant, the Egg & I, and I wanted to try another one. This Flamingo location is a bit of a drive, but it’s busy, as it’s surrounded by some residential areas. I would recommend you go to either the East Sunset Road location, or to their sister restaurant on West Sahara Avenue.

To get here, take Flamingo Road up toward the mountains until you reach Durango. You’ll reach Durango just when you’re thinking you’ve passed the place. After that, drive a couple more small blocks and it’s on your left. Read more >>


Cheer Up With Food

I had eaten at Egg Works way back on the morning of St. Patrick’s Day. I remember it was busy with a about a 20 minute wait. The wait wasn’t boring at all because I got to see people’s festive green clothing everywhere!

I loved the plentiful egg dishes to choose from the menu. Some of the meals came with their homemade banana nut muffin. Read more >>


Left Field Wander

Egg Works, Hawaiian Style
If you’ve read my restaurant blog, you know that I’m a bit of a fan of the Egg Works/The Egg & I restaurants in Las Vegas. They’re friendly sort of places where tourists and locals alike mingle.

My most recent sojourn was to the Egg Works restaurant ‘way out west of the Las Vegas Strip, in a commercial area near some residential complexes. Read more >>