This a must go breakfast spot in Asheville! From the huevos rancheros to the pancakes to the homemade biscuits, it is amazing!!!
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We recently stayed in cabins near this restaurant and stopped in based on TripAdvisor reviews. We were not disappointed. The décor and ambiance felt diner-like but the food was elevated (not that diner food can't be good as well.) It was busy during brunch hours but there was only a minimal wait. All in our party ordered different dishes, from a house specialty to simple French toast, and all were amazing. With options for most tastes, carnivore to vegan, this place was a true find. It is apparently a local favorite and a great place for families as well. Many patrons during our visit had small children and their orders and needs were handled very well by the staff. Overall, a do-over for sure, as we say in my family.
Awesome brunch spot near Asheville with friendly staff! This has been our go-to spot. We (friends) tried many things on the menu, and all are great.
Stopped for breakfast after fasting for a doctor's visit, so I was ready for a good breakfast! Ordered the burrito with grits; husband had huevos rancheros. Friendly waitress brought it within a few minutes. Service was fast and very efficient. Grits were the best I've ever tasted and the burrito was moist and perfectly spiced for a breakfast taste. It was finished with a big squiggle of avocado cream...scrumptious! My husband's huevos with chorizo were as tasty as they were beautifully presented. Coffee was very good and offered often. We decided that we loved this place before even paying and told them so. Our only regret is that we live so far away that we can't eat here more often!
I went with a lot of expectation to this Latin American themed restaurant which claimed to cater to vegetarians. It was packed on a late Sunday morning and the vibe was warm. But the menu and the dishes were disappointing. When I asked for jalapenos in my omelet, they did not have it. Go Figure! A Latin American restaurant not having jalapenos in the kitchen. Prices are surprisingly high.