Hussain Khemani & Christopher Starnowski
Whenever someone asks me what my favorite food is my answer is always breakfast. When I was asked to try out Bryn Mawr Breakfast Club’s new location, 3348 W. Bryn Mawr Ave, I was excited.
When you first walk into the Bryn Mawr Breakfast Club, you’re greeted with a homey atmosphere. All the décor and the way the location is set up feels as if you were at your grandma’s house and she’s making you breakfast.
The décor is country but with a contemporary twist. It enhances the vibe the restaurant gives off.
Everything on the menu sounded interesting. Some of the choices offered were bread pudding French toast, a Caprese omelet and other unique combinations. Once again, it gave a southern country vibe but made it modern.
I got the carne asada skillet. It had fried potatoes, eggs, skirt steak, pico de gallo, avocado and cotija cheese. It tasted like a taco married a country skillet and had a baby. What really impressed me about it were the flavors; everything was well-seasoned and tasted fresh. I felt like everything that went into the dish was made with care.
Something to look for in a restaurant is good, quality service. At Bryn Mawr Breakfast Club, you won’t be disappointed. When I walked through the door, I was promptly greeted and seated.
The waiter was friendly and attentive. I asked him some questions about the new location and he told me the new location allowed them to expand the restaurant with 40 more seats and to add a patio for the spring and summer months.
People shouldn’t go into the restaurant expecting cheap prices. I paid $14 for my skillet. However, I really feel everything was definitely worth the price.
If you love breakfast as much as I do, you need to give Bryn Mawr Breakfast Club a chance because you won’t be disappointed. This was my first time going and I definitely plan to go back in the future.
Bryn Mawr Breakfast Club is located at 3348 W. Bryn Mawr Ave, passing Kimball Ave.