There are many activities that should not be performed on an empty stomach, including swimming, surgery, and swimming 30 minutes after having your appendix removed. Acquire activity fuel with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of home-style fare at Café Perks in Sanford.
Café Perks' talented chefs fry, bake, and grill comfort food to soothe souls and fill stomachs during dinner, breakfast, and lunch. Dinnertime diners can feast on seasoned pork chops ($7.49) and open-face roast beef ($7.49), or dive fork first through a golden brown coating to discover the fried flounder's ($7.49) flaky flesh. For a savory noodle slurping, the veal parmesan entices with rich meat sauce, spaghetti, and garlic toast ($6.99). Handheld fare is also available in the form of hefty double-bacon cheeseburgers ($8.99), cheese steaks ($7.49), and gyro pitas bursting with onion, tomato, greek peppers, and a special sauce ($6.45). All portable potables are served with fries and coleslaw.
Recharge with daybreak delicacies such as an extravaganza platter pairing two eggs with a New York steak ($8.25), served with home fries or grits, and toast. Similarly sate grumbling feedbags with two fluffy pieces of french toast with an egg and two bacon strips or two sausage links ($5.25). Midday munchers can sink teeth into country-fried steak or choose from an assemblage of sandwiches ($4.75–$6.95), which deliver a variety of food groups in every bite without annoying utensil requirements, prep work, or cleanup.
Eighty-eight percent of Urbanspooners recommend Café Perks:
- I recentaly [sic] had the most delicious soup I have ever had here at Perks It was full of all the right stuff ,made you feel like your at grandmas house . – debi
- Cafe Perks is a great place to eat. I go there at least 3 times a week which says how affordable the food it. But not only is the food affordable but is GREAT TOO! – John Lock
At 11 a.m. each day, the scents of fresh-brewed coffee and blueberry french toast begin to shift to those of homemade meatloaf and mashed potatoes at Café Perks. The quaint, country-style eatery churns out hearty meals to keep bellies warm and pleasantly stuffed all the way up until dinner, with egg and cheese sandwiches and platters of biscuits and gravy preceding lunch options such as club sandwiches and pork chops. Six types of salads satisfy lighter cravings.
2101 S French Ave.
Sanford, Florida 32771Get Directions