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Monday, 02 May 2011

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Caroline

What a cute place! I love that it is right next to the airport and a diner for pilots! I don't live anywhere near El Cajon, but this place looks great! Thanks for the post!

Alyssa

Wow, I grew up in East County and never even knew about this place! The omelet looks like a really good deal.

bill

Food looks great.
Love to have breakfast for dinner.

Nate

Wow...that "Build Your Own" Omelet has 4-5 eggs!

Cathy

I figured not many of the people who read the blog eat here, Caroline. I wanted to share that there is so much off the beaten path, right in front of you.
Yes, Alyssa! All areas of this large county have to have some place where the 'locals' -whether they live or just work there- eat. The little airports...heck, even the county dump...has a place to get a meal.
There are no rules, bill. I do that a lot.
Yes, Nate. Whole eggs, not the liquid carton of eggs (I asked). It just depends on how many ingredients are on the grilland how many eggs it takes to cover them with egg...

Waterfront Restaurant

I'm one of the people who don't like creamy eggs but I sure love the "build your own omelet" in the menu. :)

James

Thank you so much for this recommendation. Our son is becoming very interested in pancakes, planes and dogs so to be able to feed him while other customers had dogs on the patio and he could watch the planes take off was his ideal situation. Best country potatoes I have had in a while, made extra crisp without burning.

cathy

Your comment made me so happy when I read it this cold Monday morning, James. This blog is an unusual way of sharing food and places and it is so nice to know that you did drop by-and did like the food as well the other ameneties- here. Our large county is a great place to live.

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