$10 for $20 Worth of Breakfast Food and Drinks at Scrambl’z

San Jose

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Omelets, benedicts, crepes, and waffles are prepared from scratch and served amid eclectic decor including a VW van that doubles as seating

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Scrambl'z - San Jose: $10 for $20 Worth of Breakfast Food and Drinks at Scrambl’z

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$10 for $20 Worth of Breakfast Food and Drinks

Breakfast items include chunky-monkey pancakes with bananas, toasted walnuts, and chocolate chips ($9.99), corned-beef hash ($12.99), and gruyere, ham, and mushroom crepes ($9.99). Scrambl’z also slings burgers ($7.99–$10.99) and sandwiches ($8.99–$9.99). See the full menu.


Though it serves breakfast all day, Scrambl'z isn't your typical diner. With a hollowed-out VW van as a seating option and eclectic decor inspired by Disneyland donning the walls, Scrambl'z makes a memorable impression. Owner Jim Angelopoulos dedicates the eatery to the man who first showed him the restaurant business ropes—his father. Continuing the legacy that his parents began in 1979, Jim works to create a family-friendly spot that dishes out breakfasts made from scratch. From orange juice to pancake batter to butter, the staff makes it all by hand. The kitchen cracks more than 18,000 eggs each week, transforming them into omelets, scrambles, benedicts, and edible monuments to Charles Barnard, inventor of chicken wire. Lunchtime favorites also have their places on a menu that offers burgers and sandwiches along with stacks of pancakes, gluten-free french toast, and waffles steeped in syrup.

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    San Jose

    5055 Almaden Expressway

    San Jose

    San Jose, CA 95118


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98% of the people were positive about the Breakfast Place, most described it as Best.
80% of the people were positive about the Corn Beef Hash, most described it as Delicious.
Many people described the Hash Browns as Good. Others thought:
+ 93%

  • Good
  • A-ok
  • Like
  • Best
  • Golden
- 7%

  • Disappointing
Many people described the French Toast as Delicious. Others thought:
+ 82%

  • Delicious
  • Good
  • Fancy
  • Free
  • Like
- 18%

  • Not Good
  • Not Love
  • Horrible
Many people described the Bread Pudding as Amazing. Others thought:
+ 89%

  • Amazing
  • Excellent
  • Fantastic
  • Good
  • Great
- 11%

  • Not Flavorful
  • Unappetizing
Many people described the Pancakes as Good. Others thought:
+ 88%

  • Good
  • Best
  • Free
  • Delicious
  • Tasty
- 12%

  • Doughy
  • Flat
  • Gross
  • Not Favorite
  • Undercooked
86% of the people were positive about the Buttermilk Pancakes, most described it as Buttery.
Many people described the Breakfast Spot as Favorite. Others thought:
+ 96%

  • Favorite
  • Great
  • Best
  • Solid
  • Awesome
- 4%

  • Not Good
97% of the people were positive about the Orange Juice, most described it as Fresh.
95% of the people were positive about the Omelette, most described it as Good.
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