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There aren’t a lot of local breakfast restaurants in the OKC metro. We are getting some but could always use more. I was excited over the summer to see a new cafe pop up on NW Expressway and finally tried them a few weeks ago.

I really like breakfast type food, really helps to start my day with eggs and bacon. I like pancakes and French toast as well but the sugar drags me down for the day but the proteins really get my energy up for the day. We stopped by around 9a on a Saturday morning to try this new cafe. Walked in a got a seat quickly, they have a large menu and I wanted to try something different. I went with the meat lovers bowl. Two eggs scrambled with bacon, ham, and sausage over country fried potatoes with a generous topping of cheese, this bowl was huge. The country fried potatoes were perfect, hard to find them done right. There was lots of meat mixed with the eggs, no skimping here. I loved the flavors of everything mixed together. I had hashbrowns as a side and they were also fried to a crisp, really good. Big K got the Mexican omelette, 3 eggs mixed with chorizo, onions, tomatoes, and jalapenos just to give it a kick. He also had biscuits and gravy as his side. He loved everything, said he loved the jalapenos in the omelette, gave it a nice kick.

Overall, it was a great visit and I look forward to many more. The service was wonderful and the servers were friendly. The strip mall that it is located in doesn’t have great parking, so even though the lot looks packed, the restaurant isn’t. Most people were at the salon next door. I will give them 5 strips of bacon to go with that breakfast bowl.

Address: 6210 NW Expressway, Oklahoma City.

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