At Starwood Cafe, 6:30 in the morning might as well be time for dessert. The breakfast menu here doesn't shy away from sweet specialty dishes, including homemade french crepes stuffed with bananas and Nutella or pancakes with Oreo crumbles blended into the batter. But this family-owned restaurant does more than just churn out inventive sweets. The staffers also tip their collective hats to the classics. They serve biscuits with sausage gravy, farm-fresh eggs with grits, and skillets full of hash browns and toppings.
Once the day segues into lunchtime, the cafe composes sandwiches and wraps alongside gourmet salads. Grilled teriyaki-salmon stir-fry speaks to the kitchen's versatility, while tuna melts and deep-fried Atari games show the cooks' passion for nostalgia. And some entrees, such as the chicken-fried steak, are just as delicious in the afternoon as they are at sunrise. Regardless of what you order, almost everything that makes its way from the kitchen to the dining table abides by Starwood's strict philosophy, which prizes freshness and made-from-scratch quality above all else.
Cuisine Type: European-Latin fusion
Most popular offering: Specialty cr?pes
Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout only
Number of Tables: 11?25
Outdoor Seating: No
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Pro Tip: Cr?pes come out faster than our other main dishes, so if you're hungry, be sure to order one.
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
We use only the freshest ingredients to make our dishes daily. From omelettes, to paninis, salads to cr?pes, we offer a variety of delectable plates to entice every palate.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We are a locally and family owned restaurant. We value the freshness and quality of our food, as well as the experience and satisfaction of our customers.
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