Sean and I came here for breakfast and loved it.
On this Saturday, we took our friends Barbara and Jerry.
Sean and Jerry had the spinach, tomato, feta omlettes. They cleaned their plates.
Barbara tried the classic eggs and potatoes breakfast, plus biscuit and gravy... is that what's it called? It didn't work for her. Unusual flavor reminded her of curry which she's not fond of. Sean and Jerry tried it and said it was okay, but not a favorite.
I had a florentine benedict. Florentine benedict was great. I sometimes shy away from benedicts because they can be drowning in cloying sauce, but this was served with light hand and was yummy.
I also got sweet potato fries, which is usually a later meal type food, but they'll cook them up fresh for breakfast and they are great. We shared those.
Unusual eclectic art work for sale on the walls.
Memorable for the art work, and kitchiness, and tattooed waiters.
We had gone with our daughter on an earlier occasion, as we were just thinking about starting this project. I had a classic two eggs over easy with potatoes. Plus biscuit. Here's a pic when I was halfway through the meal. Yes, I'm a horrible person who eats her eggs with ketchup. Don't judge me. The food was good, the eggs well cooked, the biscuit was meh.
Sean's review of our first breakfast visit: Corned beef hash, poached eggs, biscuit, and sweet potato fries.
The corned beef hash was a bit dry, as is fashionable nowadays, and delicious. The eggs were poached perfectly. The biscuit was too dry, and crumbled when I tried to dip it in Cindy's egg yolk. The sweet potato fries were excellent and came in a huge, heaping portion.
Nice waitress, very attentive. Coffee was good and hot. Ellie's hot chocolate arrived very hot and no whipped cream on top.
4700 S Dixie Hwy
West Palm Beach, FL 33405