Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Breakfast at Valerie's (Part 2)

(Original Review -- October 2011)

I returned to Breakfast at Valerie's in mid-September for a hearty breakfast. This time, I brought my mother, who visited from Hawaii.

I remember coming here when this place was still just a few months old. I'm glad to see it has been doing well. A new logo has emerged over the restaurant, yet the menu remains virtually the same and the portion sizes are still huge.

Specials you may see when going here
My mom and I split a Denver omelet ($9.95) with hash browns and whole wheat toast. Apparently, this hungry panda has even learned how to share food with family. Even when the portions were split equally in half, my mom couldn't believe the size of what she had to conquer. So basically, I ended up eating 3/4 of the meal. Yup, I could have still eaten more.





The omelet consists of 8-10 eggs, making it quite a hefty guy even before adding all the awesome Denver omelet ingredients. In the sea of bell peppers, onions, and cheddar cheese, the large thick chunks of ham really made this omelet special. A generous amount of fresh ingredients.

Excellent hash browns, with a crispy golden brown on the outside. Enjoyed it all with a cup of coffee. Doesn't get much better than that.


I'd definitely recommend this place to all my friends and family. It's become one of my elite places to head to in SW Washington. 9.25/10

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