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Tuesday, 22 October 2013



Looks tasty! If only I didn't have to work on weekdays...


Mmm I love the sausage patties here. Hard to find good ones outside of the South :P


almost every place in that strip mall is good! i now have a craving for waffles and bacon! thanks cathy!


Then you are stuck with the weekends, Soo. Just get there before 8:15 and you should be fine and will leave and feel you are ahead of everyone else.
We lived in Pensacola and Norfolk for the better part of six years, Jinxie; I know exactly what you are talking about when looking for good sausage.
You are right, cc! That mall answers any cravings. If for some reason you (or Bert or TC) doesn't feel like 'breakfast', the chicken divan crepe is magic.


Mmmm looks so good! I love the dutch baby!


We've liked everything ordered here, Paulina. OPH is a chain and each location in the US is consistently serving quality items. Dutch baby is a favorite- when I'm really hungry.


I just cherish their coffee (probably b/c of the heavy cream!). I'm a big fan of their benedicts too - something about their Hollandaise sauce!! And their swedish pancakes too! Wow, i think i know where i'm going for breakfast soon...


It's the silverware, Faye. The heavy tools...and the spoon that gets coated with the cream when you mix it into the coffee...that make it special here. Yes, the sauces, the different mixes for crepe/pancake/waffle and...just the whole experience.

Ed (from Yuma)

Great post - great comments. I never would have noticed the silverware, but details like that can so enhance an experience.


Thanks Ed. In my other post (linked in first paragraph) I have a couple of photos of the silverware; it's heavier and 'nicer'. The food here is that way, too...just a little bit better.

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