Sunday, October 29, 2006

The Bluebird Cafe

Bluebird Cafe is a small vegetarian restaurant, that serves the best breakfast in the city. I can't vouch for lunch or dinner (which focuses on Indian food), as I've never had it, but I'm told its excellent as well. Although maybe not the best in the city. But breakfast is suburb.

They serve mostly omelets, but they do have a few egg less options as well, particularly the tofu scramble. But the German pancakes are divine. They are particular good with walnuts and bananas. They really don't need syrup either, but they can come with it.

The omelets are good too. They have a Mexican omelet with beans that is surprisingly good. All the omelets come with either whole wheat toast or whole wheat biscuits. The biscuits are actually quite good. They also have their own brand of coffee, which is pretty decent. Bluebird also serves very excellent quiches, which are large enough portions to make a meal themselves.

On the weekends,(particularly Sunday morning) Bluebird Cafe is pretty crowded and the service is slower. But it's still worth it. You might have to wait a while for a table, but not more than 15 or 20 minutes.

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