Decent food with big portions. Went in with my daughter after taking my wife to the airport at like 4:30am. Was just us and a group of construction workers and they were happy to have us. Decent option if your in the area.
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Friendly folk. Great coffee. Excellent eggs. Good service. I went in for break on both Sunday and Saturday at two different times with friends and both times, the place delivered.
After driving by this restaurant for years, when two of our favorite restaurants were filled with long waits, we decided to stop at Weller's. Only 4 tables were occupied and it appeared 2 of the 4 were almost finished with their meal. With only one...More
Very great little out-of-the-way place. Pancakes nice and huge. Free coffee refills much appreciated. Also appreciate it's a 1-2 minute walk from a Community Transit bus stop.
Weller's is particularly the place for breakfast on the Speedway, with a nice array of options. However, service is incredibly slow (& seems especially so if you are not a regular).
You want food? They've got it. it's fresh, good and done fairly fast (unless they are slammed - then all bets are off). But, remember, it's simple diner fair. Don't go in expecting something fancy.
I don't give any place a one star review that often or ever for a long long time, but our food experience at this restaurant was just horrible. The reason it even got the one star was because the friendly owners. It seemed like the...More
Food is good, Wife and Husband owned and operated. Service can be a litte slow during busy hours because it's only the two working there, but its still a great place for a leisure breakfast.
I decided to try this place after a couple of times at the place down the street, Patty's Eggsnest, the second time having to park across the busy highway due to the limited parking especially relative to the ample seating at PEN. There are a...More
Came here one morning with my family when Patty's Eggnest (much better breakfast) was full. This place was empty. We sat in a booth, and were the only people in the restaurant. It was a classic greasy spoon - in our case, the grease was...More