Ay Ay Ay-Elevated Cuisine in Henderson

Sunday brunch has become a weekly pleasure for many diners. Fortunately, the options for finding the ultimate weekend experience are expanding, especially in Henderson. Ay Ay Ay has elevated the brunch adventure with an array of dishes that will satisfy everyone in the family.

Not only is the Mexican cuisine a pleasure but the décor is inviting as well. There was a lot of thought put into the interior with a modern look and a lot of short ropes hanging from the ceiling giving the place a different feel. The black and white color scheme adds to the view.

The brunch menu is accented with AyAyAy Desayuno, a collection of three farm fresh eggs cooked any style served with beans, Pico de Gallo, roasted potatoes and a choice of bacon or chorizo. It is a fine plate of food.

What would Mexican brunch be without Chilaquiles? This choice is constructed of homemade corn chips topped with salsa verde, onions, Mexican blend cheeses and two eggs delivered with refried beans and crema. You can add chicken for an additional fee.

A Chile Relleno Breakfast Burrito is awash with flour tortillas, potatoes, homemade chorizo, scrambled eggs and Monterey cheese. Huevos Rancheros include corn tortillas. Churro-style pancakes are made with cinnamon sugar, maple syrup and plenty of butter to splash on top.

 For those wanting something on the lighter side order the Mango Granola fruit Bowl with homemade ingredients, yogurt, fresh mangoes and berries. They even feature a chia and coconut granola option with dragon fruit, kiwi, blackberries, strawberries and honey.

If you are visiting for lunch or dinner, start the experience with warm tortilla chips and three kinds of salsa (roasted tomatillo, roasted tomato chipotle, spicy habanero). For a bit of cheese choose the Queso Fundido with melted Oxaca and Monterey choices topped with tomatillos.

Yes, they have ceviche and this edition is made with shrimp, lime, grapefruit, onions, tomatoes, jalapenos, cucumber and cilantro. For salad lovers their version of the Tijuana favorite Caesar is a combination of mixed greens, dressing, pumpkin seeds, red onions, radish and parmesan cheese.

Tableside guacamole is a favorite at many tables and they do it well here. Avocados, onions, cilantro, lime and jalapenos are all included with an upcharge for shrimp if you desire.

 Entrees are plentiful and reflect the progressive Mexican cuisine. Mocajete Ay Ay Ay includes shrimp, steak, chicken, cactus, stuffed peppers, green onions, panela cheese and salsa.

Enchiladas are represented with a choice of cheese or chicken, red sauce, crema, radish and onions.

Surf and turf is part of the fun. A tomahawk slab of beef is paired with butter poached lobster that is cut tableside. A 12-ounce ribeye steak is accompanied with Mexican cheeses, chile pobano, potato filling, and crema.

A quartet for desserts include traditional favorites like two kinds of flan, churros and ice cream.

A full slate of cocktails is available like the Besame Mucho with a choice of Mezcal or Tequila, guava and lime juice.

You will say “Ay Ay Ay” when you visit.

Ay Ay Ay, open every day for lunch and dinner. Weekend brunch. 1570 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway #120. Henderson. (725) 205-2691.www.ayayaymexicancuisinelv.com

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