Jeff Cavanaugh wrote:Did the UofL location inside Cluckers go belly up already?
Robin Garr wrote:Jeff Cavanaugh wrote:Did the UofL location inside Cluckers go belly up already?
Got right past me ... I didn't even know about it. It's not mentioned on their website, though.
Steve A wrote:[*]North End Cafe (good, hearty food)
Doug Davis wrote:
Did you go to the Frankfort or Bardstown or both?
Steve A wrote:We ate breakfast there yesterday, and they confirmed that the UofL location is closed.
They're also playing around with the menu a bit. Two of the new items I remember on the menu are sweet potato waffles and an eggs on flatbread item. Also, when I ordered my bacon/egg/cheese on a croissant sandwich they offered either sweet or apple-smoked bacon. The server also mentioned that for other dishes they'll also substitute a regular breakfast sausage for their slightly sweet/cajun homemade version and veggies for the hash browns if requested.
In response to the comments up-thread (I guess I count as an "etc." in the conversation), we've never had a bad experience at Superchef's. We generally go first thing in the morning, and don't have the waits that come with showing up during the rush. Also, tastes vary, and we tend to embrace restaurants that cook food that's different than what we can make at home. But it has to be good, and that's been our experience here.
There are other restaurants that we visit for brekkie on a semi-regular basis, since variety is truly the spice of life.
Here's our current list:
- Superchef's (hell, we can walk there)
- Highland morning (especially the baja benedict)
- North End Cafe (good, hearty food)
- Waffle House (our guilty pleasure)
- The Late Lynn's Paradise Cafe (at least once a year, usually with visitors)
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