Saturday, February 13, 2010

Decent Daybreak

Today my wife and I had brunch at Daybreak (14800 Yonge Street, Aurora)

Daybreak is a typical breakfast place serving delicious greasy spoon food that isn't overly busy but not "HEY STAY AWAY NOBODY EATS THERE!" empty either.

We got to choose our own table and the waitress came soon after to drop off the menus and take our drink order.

Shortly thereafter she returned with our drinks (glass of water and Orange Juice) and took our order.

Order: Waffles with Strawberries and Whipped Cream and OJ, Big Breakfast (2 pancakes, 2 sausages, scrambled eggs, toast and homefries

We waited about 10 minutes for our food to be cooked and delivered.

The waffles had a decent, but not generous, amount of strawberry topping topped with a decent amount of whipped cream. The waffles themselves were not overcooked and dry like I've suffered at another breakfast place.

The pancakes, with just a little syrup, were typical and nothing really special. But the homefries were quite tasty as compared to other restaurants renditions in the area.

Overall the food is better than provided at other locations. The price however, has risen a couple of dollars per plate ($7.99 for the waffles instead of $5.99). This is especially noticeable considering that the old menu with prices is still posted on the wall. It is time for this place to update their menus posted on the wall with the correct prices so that they match what is on the menu handed to the customer sitting at the table.

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