— Our Huevos Rancheros named a favorite meal by head chef Srijith Gopinathan of Campton Place! —
– Reviews –
our customers love us!
Heather747 from Los Angeles said: “...This neighborhood spot serves solidly delicious breakfasts, hot coffee, and delicious juices. Inside is cozy i.e. it is the kind of restaurant where you could easily end up talking to the next table. You will definitely be checking out what everyone around you has ordered if you are new to their menu. The service is friendly and attentive. They also have outdoor seating and since they are located on the sunny side of the street is feels great on a cool morning. Do not be dissuaded by the tables seem to turnover regularly, yet once seated, you will not feel rushed. On Sundays enjoy the Farmer's Market nearby.”
Ratesh p said: “This is a great neighborhood restaurant offering delicious breakfast dishes! We dined at this restaurant twice during a week long trip to San Francisco. The service is on point, and the breakfast sandwich and pancakes were pretty amazing!”
“This little breakfast nook, opened by the owners of Burma Superstar and B Star Bar, is located in Inner Richmond. Diners can order Belgian buttermilk waffles, eggs and bacon, and even chicken and waffles if they wish. However, guests may want to try one of their daily specials.”
“If you’re looking for one of the top places to grab brunch, head to Eats. It serves the type of classic American breakfast that is the perfect cure for a hangover after a night out on the town. If you are feeling chipper enough to have a brunch drink, Eats has killer mimosas. If not, go for the even-better coffee…”
“This down-home corner cafe has rustic wooden benches; dahlia blooms in tall, clear vases; peace signs on the wall; and folk music playing in the background. The fried chicken and waffles features a panko-crusted, boneless natural chicken breast covered with mushroom gravy.”
“Start with a mimosa made with fresh-squeezed OJ at the recently revamped Eats and a memorable bacon-and-egg sandwich.
Andrew said: “My favorite breakfast spot in the city! Everything on the menu is great.”
Eric Kreissman said: “Everything is good. My favs are the waffle bacon and chicken and waffles the pork hash is great too. Service was excellent.”
“Think of Eats as your permanent breakfast nook spot in Mom’s kitchen.”
9/7/2016 review: “...I'm a huge fan of the breakfast sandwich. It's large--definitely sharable! The eggs are soft cooked so they ooze everywhere. The ciabata bread is soft and soaks up the yolk perfectly. The sandwich includes a thick piece of melted cheddar cheese, an aioli sauce, arugula, tomato, and avocado (if you get the vegetarian one). The coffee and juices are great and I loved the mugs so much I even bought two of them. The potatoes that come with the sandwich are awesome. I've been here quite a few times but have stuck with this each time because it's so good!...”
2/7/2016 review: “Eats is on my Top 5 list of bruncheries. The vibe is relaxed and friendly, the food delicious!”
Traci H. from San Francisco said: “Loved the pancakes. Loved Loved Loved.”
Katie C. from San Francisco said: “Love the option to reserve seating at Eats via Yelp. So, so helpful. I put my name on the waitlist on a recent Saturday and my table was ready as soon as I arrived!”
Jennifer O. from San Francisco said: “The menu was extensive for such a modest spot and had a bit of everything, from a delicious variety of interesting sandwiches and salads to omelettes, breakfast burritos, steel cut oatmeal, fresh fruit and "fancy toast."”
Shelley C. from Los Angeles said: Delicious breakfast! Cute little place, friendly and hip staff, limited seating. Had the breakfast plate here which was great - eggs, bacon, and upgraded to the berry waffle. My goodness that berry waffle was the best fruit waffle I have ever had! I wish I had ordered more of that. I'm still dreaming of that waffle.