Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Stuffed to the gills at the 11-Worth Cafe in Omaha.

I've written about the big and tasty portions served up by the 11-Worth Cafe in Omaha [see blog post]. It's one of my favorite breakfast places in the country! On a day trip to Omaha back in February, at the top of the list was a much-needed revisit.

I was compelled to order the Robert E. Lee by name alone. This special features two sausage patties in between two large biscuits, split, served with a large order of hash browns all smothered in country gravy. Options include swapping out country gravy with sausage gravy, and Junior versions with just one biscuit and sausage patty. Do biscuits, sausage, hash browns and white gravy all float your boat? If so, you will be satisfied.

The heaping mound of awesomeness called the Mexican Casserole is as filling as a breakfast item can get. With hash browns, shredded cheese, green peppers, onions, mushrooms, jalapenos, and seasoned ground beef the only thing missing from this repast is an egg. Oh yeah, you can get that too as an add-on. I must declare this my penultimate breakfast dish.

Who gets top honors, in my humble opinion? That distinction goes to the Greek omelet at Mr. Filet [see blog post].

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