The buffet selection is quite streamlined, but variety is sufficient and great for those who are in a time crunch. Service is always friendly.
Ten minutes later, my Fiance returned and he shared with me what he just witnessed at the omelet station. There was a "lady from China" that was in front of him, had 3 omelets made, then proceeded to complain that they were not made to her satisfaction and that it was "burnt." She then had the chef re-make all 3, then have the guts to not tip a penny. It's times like these that I feel ashamed that these are the behavior of my fellow countrymen (women) -- no wonder we have a bad reputation.
After breakfast, it was time to check-out. Technically we didn't officially settled our bill till way after the fact (they had to adjust it since we had some credits from playing slots). But the check-out person was super nice, and told us to just go ahead while she stayed on the phone to sort things out (quite a contrast to check-in this time when they really could care less). They did e-mail us the revised receipt shortly after as promised.
I played Double 4x pay and within 10 hits got a pretty good payout (I actually had hit something small before that but then decided to keep playing). Even though its not a hand pay, I was still quite happy.
After I told my Fiance about it, he also found a $5 machine to feed, but it didn't turn out well for him (if I may put it ever so lightly).
I hit up a Wheel of Fortune machine as I realized I didn't play any this time around. It quickly did a magic trick on the bill I fed into it's money slot.
We had a few hours layover in San Francisco so we decided to eat lunch at Yankee Pier. (Ok, so it's not Las Vegas but just wanted to share the food photos). Fiance's family goes to SF several times a year, and they highly recommended it.
The food was really good, but service was a bit slow. But I guess you can't beat the convenience of having seafood steps from outside of the flight terminals. We will certainly eat here again if we ever get stuck at SFO. One of these days, we definitely need to visit SF instead of just stopping over.