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Saturday, 29 October 2016



Their hash browns are so good here and of course ,that view!


Yes, yes they are, cc. It's difficult to decide on a breakfast because of the 'sides' options, sometimes. The view is impressive and surprising to visitors as well as residents...unseen on postcards or tourist pages.


This is a fun place...and if they have it, ask for the house-made salsa. It has a nice kick.


Gosh I miss their chicken fried steaks here! Did the gravy for the meatloaf and roast beef taste house made?


I've only seen the house made salsa automatically on the tables on weekends, janfrederick; maybe weekday patrons (golfers) just don't care for it. This is a great hidden gem, right in the middle of everything.
It's open seven days a week, Faye (even on Thanksgiving; see the link on my second visit) and as long as it's daylight, try to stop in; as I said, it's a great place for out of town guests for the view and simple, good food while in Balboa Park. I think just about everything here is made in house; the gravy doesn't taste too salty, which is usually a clue as to the pre-made stuff. The current owners are grandsons of the original owners and do take pride in old fashioned quality.

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