I ordered their Denver omelet: a three-egg omelet of ham, green bell pepper, onion, and cheddar cheese, with a side of hash browns and whole wheat toast ($8.25).
|Denver omelet w/hash browns and whole wheat toast|
With respect to the omelet, the cheddar cheese, once in shredded (possibly packaged) form, melted quite nicely inside the blanket of eggs. The ham gave the omelet a much-desired savory, salty nature, while the cooked diced bell peppers and onions retained just a bit of crunch for a great texture contrast. I would have liked the omelet itself (namely the eggs) to have a bit of salt and pepper in there. I also think the ham would have benefited from a bit of cooking to release more flavor.
The hash browns were basically shredded potatoes, cooked to a golden brown on the outside. Again, it lacked seasoning. I also had my mini-battles with the hash browns, trying to section off pieces to eat -- but instead getting a large mass of potato on my fork more often than not.
The whole wheat toast was fine, but the bread was clearly from a distributor. How hard is it to take out two slices of bread, toast them, butter them, cut the toast on the bias, and place it on the plate? A child can do that one. I'm not convinced that the meal was worth the $8.25 I paid.
Sybil's interior needs work. In my opinion, the carpet needs to go. There is so much brown and yellow color in there, it feels too vintage and outdated. Lighter walls/furniture and brighter lights would work wonders here. It's clear on paper that omelets are Sybil's specialty. Unfortunately, the food could have been a lot more flavorful. 3.25/10