Plane food. My first probar ever. It wasn’t what I expected but it was good and kept me full for a long time…but it had 18 fat grams-from nuts. I’m not sure I’d keep these at home!
oh, lush….I’ll never shop at your Las Vegas location again.
Mandalay Bay hooked me up.
Las Vegas was all work and no play. We booked the trip via southwest vacations and got free buffet passes that worked at six different places. I was still concerned, I mean breakfast isn’t usually vegan friendly, but I found raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, pineapple, melons, hashbrowns, oatmeal, seaweed salad, orzo salad, cold rice noodle salad, sourdough and rye toast…so more than I expected breakfast wise at Luxor and Mandalay Bay for breakfast. Oh, and great coffee. Above is something the Mandalay Bay kitchen made me when I asked for something vegan. Vegan vegetable napoleon with two kinds of heirloom tomato sauce. I also had a salad and more sourdough bread followed by fruit with balsamic reduction.