Scrambled eggs, ham, fruit, wheat toast. $12
Escena Lounge & Grill, Palm Springs CA
This was ok. They give you plenty of ham, but the scrambled eggs were my favorite. They weren’t very light and fluffy. I still love their complimentary muffins though!
Blueberry muffins with butter.
Marinated minced ribeye, scrambled eggs over jasmine rice, carrots, cherry pepper, spinach, scallion, demi glace sauce. Served with croissant, rainbow potatoes, fruit. $18
Kitchen Story, San Francisco CA
This was a really hearty breakfast and pretty tasty too! Since I’m such a gravy-lover, of course I loved the demi glace sauce (spelled “demi glazed sauce” on the menu). The scrambled eggs were fluffy and soft, but I wish the potatoes were cut a little bigger.
Smoked foie gras, foie scrambled eggs, croissant, bottarga, maple. 5 course tasting menu $85
Le Pigeon, Portland OR
Omg, this was SO good! I wish it was a little lighter (there was foie everywhere!) or had another fresh ingredient, but honestly I didn’t mind too much. I just felt guilty eating all of it, hehe.
Cocktail and rose wine.
Two eggs scrambled, hashbrowns, toast. $12.59
Island Cafe, Oak Harbor WA
This was ok. I liked the country fried steak, but the gravy wasn’t my favorite. It tasted too much of flour. The scrambled eggs tasted good though.
Scrambled eggs, fried oysters, arugula, and potatoes with remoulade and bacon. $14.99
The Fremont Diner, Sonoma CA
I thought the fried oysters were really soft and tender on the inside, and crispy crunchy on the outside – perfect! This was a hearty plate and everything was SO good!