About this Business
- Cafe, Burgers, Southern
- Breakfast, Lunch
3 of us went. It was average. Menu was great. Food was not. Eggs Benedict - need to work on that Hollandaise sauce. How can a burger not be good???? It wasn't. The other meal was average...maybe Denny's is a bit better. Service was very good. Unusual in the town...good service! That is usually lacking over food quality. Not here.
the temperature inside the restaurant was rather warm when we were there for lunch.with all the windows perhaps it's hard to keep cool.
They definitely need to work with the servers and the kitchen -- we had a terrible experience there with our orders -- SPECIFICALLY asked for no onions -- came with onions -- they took it back and obviously just scraped the onions off as they were still on the bottom. One person ordered ahi tuna salad and they delivered an ahi tuna sandwich. Between all the problems, we both ate our lunch by ourselves. Definitely will not go back -- too pricy for the quality of food and service.
'generous' portion of fruit should be more than a shot glass worth of fruit
Too expensive for what you get.
The waiter said that the groupon didn't cover "drinks or tax" which wasn't true. We didn't order anything alcoholic. I realize that it's only five bucks but I was kind of miffed about the whole thing. It was a weekday as well (per groupon stipulation) and had to get back to work.
As per the food, it was all just okay. The bacon was over cooked. The English muffin was barely toasted and the dish at times tasted like vinegar.
The home fries were the biggest disappointment.
I should have gotten a burger.
We went two times to the place to use the coupon. The first time there we found out that the coupon is not valid for weekends. So we had to go back again another time during weekday. The food was good so it was ok we had to go back.
Awesome menu! Wish your coffee mugs were more affordable but overall great dining experience.
great unique food. Delicious!
From Our Editors
Hatched from a simple creole cottage in Mandeville, Louisiana in 1996, Another Broken Egg Cafe has expanded to more than 20 locations in the South and California. The homey eatery flaunts more than 130 menu items that spotlight southern and creole twists on breakfast classics such as omelets, scrambles, pancakes, and benedicts. The Hey Ricky omelet, a Spanish-inspired creation filled with chorizo, avocado, green chilies, and house-made salsa, even caught the journalistic eye of the Dallas Observer, who named it Best Omelet in 2009. Another Broken Egg Cafe's French-country charm welcomes locals, tourists, and off-the-clock roosters from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. daily.
Another Broken Egg Cafe