Good public parking right next door. Very cute and cozy house. Good menu and food. Can get crowded, so go early.
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A popular brunch place with good food, high ceilings (it can get very noisy), several small rooms in an old house and moderate service. Pleasant outside seating under large trees. Good sized portions.
This popular restaurant in a historic building is a quaint place, especially for breakfast or brunch. Those meals are top quality. Lunch was not quite the same quality. The soup was excellent; the sandwich not too exciting although it was nicely described. Service is excellent,...More
I don't know who Martha is, but Martha's Famous Oatmeal Pancakes are fantastic. Next time I'm in the Bay Area a stop at Alana's for more pancakes is definitely necessary. My eating companions also loved their meals. The house the restaurant is set in is...More
Better than queueing at Starbucks or any of the standard breakfast style thingies in the US. A small little house with a garden makes a nice atmosphere. Maybe in summer it is even nicer utilizing outside space.
Really nice and attractive for breakfast. Good food and service. The Swedish oatmeal pancakes were a delight. They were like oatmeal filled pancakes that melt in your mouth.
The Swedish Pancakes (made with flour and oatmeal) are FANTASTIC. Really, these are the best pancakes that I've ever had. Don't miss them.
A very nice variety of food for breakfast. Cafe is located in an old house and has a nice cozy feel with small intimate tables inside and a nice patio outside. The Swedish oats pancakes were awesome.
Alana's in Burlingame serves my favorite breakfast of the Farmer's Garden: home fries, tomato, mushroom, cheddar, and provolone cheese with two poached eggs on top--they do an excellent job. And so I was torn at the Alana's in Redwood City between the special of Eggs...More
Food consistently good, service as well. Both inside and outside have wonderful atmosphere. No reservations taken so often a wait, but worth it. And you can look in the next door art gallery to use the time well.