Thursday, November 12, 2015

Toast Eatery

Wednesday, November 11th

Place: Toast Eatery
Location: 1748 Church Street (on the corner of Day Street)
Hours: open daily at 7:00am
Meal: (me) Sicilian (Omelet) ~ spinach, sun dried & fresh tomato, pesto, onions, & Feta; (Shannon) Southwestern (Omelet) ~ peppers, olives (which she skipped), onions, & Pepper Jack - topped w/ sour cream & avocado (all Scramblers & Omelets served with hash browns & choice of toast); and we both had a cuppa the house Coffee (whatever it may have been; didn't ask)

My niece Shannon (seen in above photo) is in town visiting for a few days and I actually had Veterans Day off this year for a change (you would think that they'd treat us WWII Vets better). So, before we headed out on my 50¢ Tour for the day, we decided to start the morning with a little breakfastary repast and went to Toast Eatery (see previous 'blog-entry from May 24th, 2014). We went to the one on Church Street in Noe Valley which is just around the corner from where she was staying. I have eaten at that specific location in the past. There is also their newest location on West Portal that I need to check out one of these days, too.

They offer a pretty nice variety from the Omelets and Scramblers sections of their menu (stupid vegetarians and Vegans take note: "All Scramblers Can Be Substituted with Tofu"). Additionally, there is a House Favorites section that offers some more interesting choices: Hash Brown Hill (a mound of hash browns covered with melted Cheddar - topped w/ sour cream, avocado, & green onions; I know I would like that one and would probably order it with an egg laid[?] on top) or Wet Veggie Burrito (flour tortilla filled w/ scrambled eggs & served w/ black beans, avocado, salsa, sour cream & Cheddar, topped w/ Ranchero Sauce - served w/ hash browns; a burrito and hashbrowns? Yeah, that is for me!). 

I liked my omelette. I knew ahead of time that I would with spinach and Feta being two of the main ingredients. I went with sourdough for my toasty choice and Shannon went with whole wheat. I have stated this before, for a place with "toast" in their name, you'd think that they would offer their own homemade (restaurant-made, whatever) breads or at least a better/more interesting selection of toast choices.

For condimentary supplementation, Toast Eatery only had Tabasco® Brand Pepper Sauce (Original Red), which I used on my hashbrowns (mainly because I didn't feel like schlepping any of my own bottles of hot sauces around with me all day long).

Glen Bacon Scale Rating: Sicilian (Omelet) ~ 6.6 
(I didn't ask Shannon for her GBS Rating for her omelette, but she seemed to enjoy it well enough to scarf the whole thing up)

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