We have usually eaten in Bright Angel Lodge dining room (and did again for dinner both nights we were on the South Rim), but we decided to try the Maswik food court to be able to hit the trail earlier.
We had a couple breakfasts in there. Both Ian and I had a basic eggs and meat breakfast. Mine was an eggs and meat (ham) and biscuits and gravy, with a side of bacon. The breakfasts were excellent. The bacon in particular was perfectly crispy and had great flavor. I liked the ham also, it had been fried in real time and was very good. The cook did the over-easy eggs perfectly, and the biscuits and gravy was pretty darn good as well.
Our breakfast for two was something like $35, which included two cartons of milk and a large Coke, each.
Chuck, Ian, and I also hit the same line for cheeseburgers mid-afternoon Thursday after coming back up the big wall. We had snacked but not stopped for lunch, and were very hungry. We all got cheeseburgers, mine had bacon (and again, the bacon was perfect!). The burgers were cooked well enough, but they had little flavor. At best, they were good stomach filler until dinner later. I also had onion rings, and those were pretty good. I don’t remember how much our meal for three cost, but it was kinda expensive.
I can recommend Maswik for a quick, delicious breakfast before a hard day of hiking. I would try something else before getting burgers again, but I wouldn’t let that stop you from getting one if you were so inclined; just don’t expect a lot of flavor.