In downtown Oviedo there is this great little restaurant called The Town House Restaurant. They serve a mean breakfast and it is always packed on the weekends especially on a Sunday mornings.
There is usually a wait to get a table but the longest we have ever waited for a table was between 10-15 minutes. They have a very extensive menu with a very creative twist to traditional breakfast at a great price. I decided that after our run on the trail located across the street that I was going to try out their french toast, I normally get their short stacks consisting of 2 very large and fluffy pancakes. So, I tried something new and I am glad I did!
It was beautifully made and very prompt. It was Texas sized toast with a generous amount of powder sugar topped with butter that was slightly melted from the warmth of the toast. Of course that was not the only thing I tried… I had to try out “Jukebox Omelet,” it was described in the menu as, “This one’ll get your toe tappin’!”—and that it did! At $7.29, I got this very large omelet containing: ham, tomatoes, onions and banana peppers, and side of golden crisped home fries.
The banana peppers definitely gave the omelet a unique flavor that was very unexpected, it is no wonder that this omelet earned a nice smiley face on the menu as one of the staff’s favorites. Of course I can’t forget to mention that it also comes with a choice of toast or biscuit… guess what I chose?
BISCUIT & GRAVY!!!! It was a super moist biscuit hot from the oven with a nice portion of gravy, (gravy was an extra charge of $0.50 or $1.00, cannot remember because it was soooo worth it!)
Needless to say, our trip to The Town House Restaurant was a success! This great little hole in the wall has got it all right, Tasty, Quick, and best of all … at a Great Value! Thank you Town House for a great experience.
I would rate this Mega YummO-O-O-O-O! 5 O’s out of 5 ;o)