Known as the hidden gem of Mira Mesa for our consistently high quality food, friendly service & reasonable price. Our loyal customers enjoy large selection of sushi, rolls and complete hot entrees. Plus good selection of sake & beer. Spacious & relaxing atmosphere provides pleasant dining experience for all age groups.
Feed healthy adult appetites with a variety of nutritious treats, including sandwiches ($6.50), such as the Asian tuna with soy sauce, green onion, cucumbers, sesame seeds, and cilantro; wraps ($7.25), such as turkey or tuna; or a salad ($7.25), such as the chicken confetti—greens, broccoli, red peppers, corn wheels, cheddar, and bruschetta. Kids can fill up on lost carbs with PB&J ($4.25) or a cheese sandwich with lettuce, tomato, and low-fat mayo ($4.25). Smaller snacks, such as fresh-cut fruit ($3.50) and a yogurt, fruit, and granola parfait ($3.50), sate both kids and kids-at-heart, and baked goods such as muffins ($1.75), cookies ($1.50), and scones ($1.75) are baked in-house. Coffee (up to $1.75) and espresso drinks (up to $4.25) are also on hand to recharge stalled body batteries.
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When Lois Margolet first opened Capriotti's Sandwich Shop in Wilmington, Delaware, 36 years ago, she and her brother, Alan, worked from the second story of a boarded-up building, roasting 10–12 whole turkeys every night and churning out a “real turkey lover's” sandwich each day. Today, Capriotti's has expanded across 14 states, each location stacking the same award-winning hot and cold sandwiches, racking up such accolades as The Best of Las Vegas 2013 and Best of Delaware 2013 prizes from the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Delaware Today, respectively, as well as being named one of "10 great places to bite into a surprising sandwich" by USA Today. Though the shop is still known for its slow-roasted-turkey creations—such as the Thanksgiving-inspired Bobbie, voted greatest sandwich in America by AOL's Lemondrop.com, piled with cranberry sauce and stuffing—its menu now ventures into the realm of roast beef, italian deli meats with such sandwiches as the capastrami, cheesesteaks, and vegetarian treats, such as meatless chicken and turkey.
According to Zagat, the portions of breakfast plates at Broken Yolk Cafe can be "obscene"—although one could also consider them generous. Sometimes, these sizes are even considered a challenge. In 2010, Man Vs. Food's Adam Richman paid the restaurant a visit to tackle its infamous Iron Man Special: a 12-egg omelet, topped with chili and piled onto a 15-inch pizza pan.
Opened in 1979, Broken Yolk has spent decades fine-tuning its southwestern recipes—many enigmatically named for people such as "Betty" and "Tony G". Alongside steaming breakfast burritos and griddled buttermilk pancakes, the menu features nearly 20 omelets stuffed with fresh ingredients such as beef chorizo, avocado, and mushroom sauce. Shredded hash-browns are crafted from fresh potatoes, and the salsa is handmade each day. Until its official closing time at 3 p.m., Broken Yolk also serves sandwiches and half-pound Angus burgers. The local chain's six locations each feature their own private banquet room and secret underground passage to one of the other restaurants.