We shared the breakfast biscuit. It was enormous. We could not eat it all. The sausage and bacon was the best we had in a long time. Waitress was very friendly.
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A friend recommended this place and I was not disappointed. I designed my own omelette and it was satisfying. Their signature accompaniment is the habanero green chili sauce which typically smothers the eggs. Beware! I like and can tolerate hot food but you would be...More
This restaurant is alright but there is certainly better breakfast food at a cheaper price in this town. The omelette that I had lacked seasoning, the hash browns were very bland, the pancakes were a tough, and the chorizo in my husband's order seemed more...More
A friend brought us here during our visit to Colorado Springs. What a great eclectic place and a wonderful breakfast. Beware though the green chile is spicy...I failed to heed the sign in the entry and ordered my omelette with the spicy green chili relleno...wow!!...More
I would love to tell you what the other things on the menu tasted like, but it's all about the Chorizo Burrito, Mild Green and a taste of the hot or a side of the hot or whatever they'll do that day. Some days there's...More
I eat here once a week! I usually get the build an omelet. Anything with bacon here is good as they use the thick peppered bacon! The green chili gets you addicted. I used to eat hot but now I do mild. The hot will...More
Food looked great when it came out...And some of it was. I loved the thick sliced bacon. Eggs were ok, and the biscuits and gravy were tolerable, but nothing except the bacon stood out. Otherwise it was all average. Eggs benadict was meh. Hollandaise sauce...More
The green chile is amazing. Our server brought us all four of their chiles to sample. The flavors were great and we liked the southwest the best for depth of flavor and perfect heat. The food was excellent and we enjoyed both Mexican and American...More
Go where the locals go to eat breakfast. Western Omelette has been at the same locations for decades. They serve good old fashioned breakfast like grandma use to make. It's off the beaten path but worth the extra effort to get there.