During our visit to New Orleans last weekend, our hostess encouraged us to try Brother's Cafe. According to their website, they claim to be "Home of the Westbank's Best Breakfast, Burgers, and Po'boys."
Brother's Cafe is one of those neat places that as soon as you walk in the door, you feel welcome. The owner greeted our friend with a hug as soon as she saw her. You know you're going to get fed well when THAT happens.
The breakfast menu states "Simple and delicious, the way breakfast should be." There are seven different combo selections, three omelette choices, an a'la carte menu, and a special listing for the biscuits! Light, fluffy, buttermilk biscuits which can be ordered solo, by the dozen, plain or grilled, or served with ham, bacon or sausage.
Coffee selections included regular, decaf, and chicory.
If you follow the link above and check out the menu, you'll see it is VERY extensive with a wide variety of lunch and dinner options!
Here's what our group ordered for breakfast:
Sweet Harold ordered the #1 Traditional Combination: 2 eggs, sausage, hash browns, biscuit and coffee. $8.25
I ordered the #3 Lil' Bit Combo: 1 egg, ham, grits, biscuit, and I had orange juice.
Our friend JuJu loves their omelettes and especially likes the biscuit grilled. Here's her Swiss Cheese Omelette and grilled biscuit.
Those breakfast dishes look delicious, don't they?
If you find yourself hungry for breakfast (or any meal!) and you're on the West Bank, drop in to Brother's Cafe. Tell them JuJu sent you!