November 11, 2008

Best breakfast in Seattle

With school closed today for Veteran's Day, we followed a lead on a great breakfast place (thanks G!), Voula's Offshore Cafe on Northlake under the Aurora Avenue bridge. Rik had pancakes with "Greek sausage" (gyros) and I had a Greek Hobo -- hash browns, scrambled eggs, onions, mushrooms and gyros all fried up together. Incredibly filling and delicious! I could only finish half.

I thought the coffee from Tony's Organic Coffees was good, but Rik didn't care for it as much. Fresh-squeezed orange juice was a treat.

You can watch a video on You Tube of how they make their specialties here.

1 comment:

  1. bjohanna3:42 PM

    We love Voula's Offshore Cafe. It's getting harder and harder to find a place that you could simply call "a breakfast and lunch joint." A Greek-owned restaurant that used to have a Norwegian flag at the cash register. Love it. Just discovered they have a web site. http://www.voulasoffshore.com/. Probably didn't have it before Voula's was featured on Food Network.

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