Maple Tree

★★★★★
  • 6000 W Spring Mountain Rd Ste 1b

    Las Vegas, NV 89146

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  • 702-362-5151

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Tuesday-Saturday 7a-2p

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I see that the last reviews (in 2010) were not very good. However, we LOVED the cozy atmosphere, the food and the service. The managers did not hesitate to "help" since they were shorthanded that day. I was raised in a homecooked

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★★★★★

I see that the last reviews (in 2010) were not very good. However, we LOVED the cozy atmosphere, the food and the service. The managers did not hesitate to "help" since they were shorthanded that day. I was raised in a homecooked

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"If you don't like it, just don't come back", is what I was told by the owner when I complained. Is that how we do customer service??? Now, I don't want to bore you with the whole story, but this place is not managed correctly and the

3
★★★★★

"If you don't like it, just don't come back", is what I was told by the owner when I complained. Is that how we do customer service??? Now, I don't want to bore you with the whole story, but this place is not managed correctly and the

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This used to be a favorite of my wife and mine. However, I believe some kind of owner change happened. What used to be great service is now one or sometimes two waitress for the entire restaurant. What used to be wonderful food, is now average food you might get at a rest stop. I was very disappointed with everything. On top of that, they increased their prices. I would no longer recommend this restaurant to anyone. Maple Tree Management, if you read this, please switch back to what the way things were a couple years ago...that is what made you special!

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★★☆☆☆

This used to be a favorite of my wife and mine. However, I believe some kind of owner change happened. What used to be great service is now one or sometimes two waitress for the entire restaurant. What used to be wonderful food, is now average food you might get at a rest stop. I was very disappointed with everything. On top of that, they increased their prices. I would no longer recommend this restaurant to anyone. Maple Tree Management, if you read this, please switch back to what the way things were a couple years ago...that is what made you special!

Pros: none

Cons: Lost homie atmosphere and good food

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The food was fantastic, their corn beef hash is wonderfully delicious! And I loved their fried bread. However the server we had gotten seemed a little slow on checking on our table and had forgotten to bring several items we had ordered. I think their exhaust fan wasn't working that day either because it was a bit smokey in there.

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★★★☆☆

The food was fantastic, their corn beef hash is wonderfully delicious! And I loved their fried bread. However the server we had gotten seemed a little slow on checking on our table and had forgotten to bring several items we had ordered. I think their exhaust fan wasn't working that day either because it was a bit smokey in there.

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We are so glad we did a quick search this morning for BEST BREAKFAST in Vegas. Not sure why Maple Tree isn't #1 (I have been to #1 & #2 and this place knocks the socks off the others!!!).

I have to say, Maple Tree was down a waitress this SUNDAY morning, and quite honestly if the hostess had not informed me I would not have known. In a town where most servers take service for granted (as in NOT dishing it up readily), The Maple Tree's entire staff went out of their way to make everyone in the eatery comfortable and the portions ensured we were all WELL FED.

Amen on the Maple Muffin, do not miss that when you go. We had the buckwheat pancakes which came with REAL Maple Syrup (damn!!!) and a Luck O The Irish omelet (double damn). This place is so great we've dubbed it our new weekly breakfast spot!

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★★★★★

We are so glad we did a quick search this morning for BEST BREAKFAST in Vegas. Not sure why Maple Tree isn't #1 (I have been to #1 & #2 and this place knocks the socks off the others!!!).

I have to say, Maple Tree was down a waitress this SUNDAY morning, and quite honestly if the hostess had not informed me I would not have known. In a town where most servers take service for granted (as in NOT dishing it up readily), The Maple Tree's entire staff went out of their way to make everyone in the eatery comfortable and the portions ensured we were all WELL FED.

Amen on the Maple Muffin, do not miss that when you go. We had the buckwheat pancakes which came with REAL Maple Syrup (damn!!!) and a Luck O The Irish omelet (double damn). This place is so great we've dubbed it our new weekly breakfast spot!

Pros: service, food, off the toursit corridor

Cons: small dining room, a little stuffy

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Though physically situated in a nondescript shopping center, the restaurant provides a touch of New England charm to the local area. My wife ordered the French toast stuffed with strawberry cream cheese and topped with fresh strawberries. She rated this second only to Bouchon?s, but at half the price. I was initially hesitant to order the New England Benny, but was I ever rewarded for my courage. The New England Benny is 2 crab cakes served on English muffin halves topped with 2 poached eggs and covered with Hollandaise sauce. This proved to be an amazing combination of flavors. Each member of the wait staff was very friendly on this busy Sunday morning.
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04/09 revisit: In September I took a photo of Susan, our server, and on entering presented her with a copy. This led to the owner joining us for a chat and his daughter coming over to tell us she has posted the photo on her Facebook page. Our orders were the same as in September; strawberry cream cheese stuffed French toast topped with fresh strawberries and real maple syrup for Ann and the New England Benny, a pair of crab cakes served on top of English muffins halves and topped with poached eggs and Hollandaise sauce for me.

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★★★★★

Though physically situated in a nondescript shopping center, the restaurant provides a touch of New England charm to the local area. My wife ordered the French toast stuffed with strawberry cream cheese and topped with fresh strawberries. She rated this second only to Bouchon?s, but at half the price. I was initially hesitant to order the New England Benny, but was I ever rewarded for my courage. The New England Benny is 2 crab cakes served on English muffin halves topped with 2 poached eggs and covered with Hollandaise sauce. This proved to be an amazing combination of flavors. Each member of the wait staff was very friendly on this busy Sunday morning.
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04/09 revisit: In September I took a photo of Susan, our server, and on entering presented her with a copy. This led to the owner joining us for a chat and his daughter coming over to tell us she has posted the photo on her Facebook page. Our orders were the same as in September; strawberry cream cheese stuffed French toast topped with fresh strawberries and real maple syrup for Ann and the New England Benny, a pair of crab cakes served on top of English muffins halves and topped with poached eggs and Hollandaise sauce for me.

Pros: Best breakfast in town

Cons: Can be pricey

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There's good reason why this cozy restaurant was named "Best Of" in 2007. The food is very very good, reasonably priced, and the service is friendly and prompt. It is apparent that all of the staff really enjoy serving their customers. The menu offers the traditional fare, but also throws in some tasty surprises (the Rueben Omelette for example). Don't miss ordering the maple muffins....they're worth the trip alone

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★★★★★

There's good reason why this cozy restaurant was named "Best Of" in 2007. The food is very very good, reasonably priced, and the service is friendly and prompt. It is apparent that all of the staff really enjoy serving their customers. The menu offers the traditional fare, but also throws in some tasty surprises (the Rueben Omelette for example). Don't miss ordering the maple muffins....they're worth the trip alone

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The Maple Tree is one of those eateries known largely to Vegas locals, but when it gets down to the nitty-gritty?not to mention the grits themselves?you can eat fancier and at higher prices, but you won't find a better breakfast anywhere in the city. After leaving Las Vegas after 16 years, the inability to breakfast at Maple Tree was my most poignant loss, at least from a gustatory point of view.

From the biscuits and gravy to the sausage, eggs & home fries and the standard New England ?sugar shack? fare (perfectly proportioned pancakes swimming in butter and maple syrup) around which The Maple Tree built its theme, you won?t eat a better breakfast anywhere in Las Vegas.

I think most Americans are of the opinion that breakfast is pretty much the same everywhere, that the IHOP-style "cuisine" varies so little in quality that seeking an outstanding place to dine in the AM isn?t worth the time.

If you are of that persuasion, take one visit to The Maple Tree and be forever enlightened. You can thank me later.

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★★★★★

The Maple Tree is one of those eateries known largely to Vegas locals, but when it gets down to the nitty-gritty?not to mention the grits themselves?you can eat fancier and at higher prices, but you won't find a better breakfast anywhere in the city. After leaving Las Vegas after 16 years, the inability to breakfast at Maple Tree was my most poignant loss, at least from a gustatory point of view.

From the biscuits and gravy to the sausage, eggs & home fries and the standard New England ?sugar shack? fare (perfectly proportioned pancakes swimming in butter and maple syrup) around which The Maple Tree built its theme, you won?t eat a better breakfast anywhere in Las Vegas.

I think most Americans are of the opinion that breakfast is pretty much the same everywhere, that the IHOP-style "cuisine" varies so little in quality that seeking an outstanding place to dine in the AM isn?t worth the time.

If you are of that persuasion, take one visit to The Maple Tree and be forever enlightened. You can thank me later.

Pros: The food and family atmosphere

Cons: It's a little off the beaten track

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Five STARS does not clearly implicate the quality of the food nor does it aptly define the constant care and diligence practiced by the owners or passion (love) offered up by the chef's and staff and this personable little culinary gem.

Country fried steak and waffles like no other... inspiring but one regret: one must swallow -- it does not last forever.

In the entertainment business i have traveled the entire globe and eaten the finest cuisine money can buy. If i would have been told that for the price and humble forum i could enjoy such fabulous food and delightful experience i probably would have laughed... or, perhaps, challenged the messenger -- a challenge i would have lost... without regret. --Friends and associates demand a visit when in town for biz or pleasure.

If this review appears to grovel... then my intent has shone through. I truly experience a wave of goosebumps when i bite into my entree --- now THAT is exquisite!

EAT HERE... OFTEN.

Congratulations and Thanks to the Owners and Terrific Staff.

All the Best,
Barry Orton-Barlow

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★★★★★

Five STARS does not clearly implicate the quality of the food nor does it aptly define the constant care and diligence practiced by the owners or passion (love) offered up by the chef's and staff and this personable little culinary gem.

Country fried steak and waffles like no other... inspiring but one regret: one must swallow -- it does not last forever.

In the entertainment business i have traveled the entire globe and eaten the finest cuisine money can buy. If i would have been told that for the price and humble forum i could enjoy such fabulous food and delightful experience i probably would have laughed... or, perhaps, challenged the messenger -- a challenge i would have lost... without regret. --Friends and associates demand a visit when in town for biz or pleasure.

If this review appears to grovel... then my intent has shone through. I truly experience a wave of goosebumps when i bite into my entree --- now THAT is exquisite!

EAT HERE... OFTEN.

Congratulations and Thanks to the Owners and Terrific Staff.

All the Best,
Barry Orton-Barlow

Pros: See Review (Exquisite Cuisine/Hospitiable Service)

Cons: Not open for Dinner

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I have eaten at The Maple Tree many times and I enjoy it very much. It has a "down home" feel and is like a New England B & B without the first B! The food is the best and my favorite is the home-made chicken-fried steak! This a great little place and if you like friendly folks and a rib-stickin' meal that won't empty your wallet, I highly recommend The Maple Tree for a great breakfast or lunch.
Steve (customer)

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★★★★★

I have eaten at The Maple Tree many times and I enjoy it very much. It has a "down home" feel and is like a New England B & B without the first B! The food is the best and my favorite is the home-made chicken-fried steak! This a great little place and if you like friendly folks and a rib-stickin' meal that won't empty your wallet, I highly recommend The Maple Tree for a great breakfast or lunch.
Steve (customer)

Pros: Delicious down-home food

Cons: It can take a little bit to get a seat when they're busy

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It's a relatively new place (only about a year and a half), but they got it right from the start. REAL MAPLE SYRUP, for one thing. Everything made from scratch, including sausage gravy which is out of this world. Excellent for a quick, inexpensive lunch as well. The maple swiss burger is great. A little hard to find, but well worth the effort. Very home-like; the staff are all very warm and welcoming. I have to drive twenty minutes out of my way each morning to get there, but would gladly drive twice as far. YUM!!

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★★★★★

It's a relatively new place (only about a year and a half), but they got it right from the start. REAL MAPLE SYRUP, for one thing. Everything made from scratch, including sausage gravy which is out of this world. Excellent for a quick, inexpensive lunch as well. The maple swiss burger is great. A little hard to find, but well worth the effort. Very home-like; the staff are all very warm and welcoming. I have to drive twenty minutes out of my way each morning to get there, but would gladly drive twice as far. YUM!!

Pros: great down home food from scratch, real maple syrup, excellent friendly service

Cons: not a one

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Best Country Fried Steak I've ever had...man that home made gravy will stick to your ribs, and as for the portions...you sure don't go away hungry. My husband had the Monte Cristo...that is a sandwich that is huge and delicious with the pure maple syrup. The service was great and the decor makes you feel like your back home in New England. The Maple Tree is now our new favorite place for breakfast.

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★★★★★

Best Country Fried Steak I've ever had...man that home made gravy will stick to your ribs, and as for the portions...you sure don't go away hungry. My husband had the Monte Cristo...that is a sandwich that is huge and delicious with the pure maple syrup. The service was great and the decor makes you feel like your back home in New England. The Maple Tree is now our new favorite place for breakfast.

Pros: Great food

Cons: none

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This has got to be the BEST, BEST, BEST RESTAURANT in NEVADA! Whatever you decide to have, whether it be breakfast, or lunch everything on the menu is outstanding. On the breakfast menu I've had the pork chops and egg, the New York steak and eggs, the waffles, and the crab cakes - I've never been disappointed with the food. If anything.....it's the calories that will get me, but it's all well worth it.

The staff are friendly and very quick to serve you even though on a Saturday or Sunday it's usually a full house. They work extremely hard to make each person feel appreciated. You've got to try them to believe it!

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★★★★★

This has got to be the BEST, BEST, BEST RESTAURANT in NEVADA! Whatever you decide to have, whether it be breakfast, or lunch everything on the menu is outstanding. On the breakfast menu I've had the pork chops and egg, the New York steak and eggs, the waffles, and the crab cakes - I've never been disappointed with the food. If anything.....it's the calories that will get me, but it's all well worth it.

The staff are friendly and very quick to serve you even though on a Saturday or Sunday it's usually a full house. They work extremely hard to make each person feel appreciated. You've got to try them to believe it!

Pros: Great food, good prices, and friendly staff.

Cons: NONE

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they make you feal that you are a part of there family. have never had a bad meal the staff goes above and
beyond to make your visit is smoth comfortible

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★★★★★

they make you feal that you are a part of there family. have never had a bad meal the staff goes above and
beyond to make your visit is smoth comfortible

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very tiny restaurant that is very busy on sundays so the service is a bit slow but very worth it. they serve the best corn beef hash that i've had in town. price reasonably and delicious!

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★★★★☆

very tiny restaurant that is very busy on sundays so the service is a bit slow but very worth it. they serve the best corn beef hash that i've had in town. price reasonably and delicious!

Pros: terrific corn beef hash

Cons: slow service

 

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