It had been a while since i checked out a buffet at Station Casino’s which is a chain of resorts across Las Vegas which cater to the locals. I have visited buffets before at Red Rock and Palace Station so as i was in the area the $5.99 breakfast buffet deal for their players club members (also its free to join). I arrived at the 8am opening and was greeted with long lines so i hit the slot floor for a bit and won a nice bonus on a slot machine, thanks for that Sunset Station hopefully i was going to have as much luck with my buffet. After the line died down a bit i waited in the line which wasn’t short but wasn’t as long as before, thankfully the line moved quickly. After i paid i waited for what seemed like forever as people in the line with the higher players club status were let in as i waited, i guess my Total Rewards status won’t help me in a Station property oh well. Eventually i got seated and check out the breakfast buffet which had a good selection for a $5.99 buffet including breakfast buffet standards like make a omelette to order station as well as the usual breakfast staples. A nice server then brought me my drinks an orange juice and a pot of coffee with a plastic mug for the coffee that looked like it was made for a kid so they don’t spill, maybe they have seen me drink before when i haven’t had my morning coffee yet. I always like it when they give you a pot of coffee at a buffet instead of waiting for the server to come around again, the orange juice was freshly out of the can oh well. The food tasted very good and before you say its tough to mess up eggs the former Sahara on the Strip was able too with no problem. One item that was a little unusual was pears on flat bread, yes it was strange but tasted okay but i don’t think places such as the Wynn will be adding this item anytime soon. One final note if you are used to paying $20 or more for breakfast on the Strip with unusual ingredients this buffet might not be for you but if you have a car and or want to save some money this buffet isn’t a bad choice.