Restaurant Review: Patricia’s Restaurant
May 26, 2013 § Leave a comment
How have I never come across Patricia’s before? This homey, greasy spoon diner has a familiar feel – like something you would see in a movie or TV sitcom. The menu is simple; breakfast staples such as pancakes, eggs, and toast. I went there for breakfast one morning with a friend during commencement weekend, and we saw a bunch of families enjoying food there. It must be somewhat of a tradition for folks, and the restaurant was bustling at about 10 in the morning.
The food is cheap and fast – I ordered two eggs over easy and toast, alongside a cup of coffee. The whole meal came to about $5. Apparently Patricia’s only serves eggs fried in different ways (scrambled, sunnyside up, etc), so they couldn’t fulfill my cravings for poached eggs. That’s okay – over easy it is!
Our meals arrived promptly. It’s actually difficult to eat over easy eggs, because the yolk (the best part) is so runny that it just spills all over the plate once you begin to eat the egg. The toast was your requisite white bread, lightly toasted and smeared with butter. Though the food was plain and simple, the whole experience felt old-fashioned, warm and comforting.