Keke’s Breakfast Cafe in Orlando
Sometimes a restaurant breaks the mold causing you to fall in love with the menu, flavorful dishes, and restaurant itself. That is what happened to me when I got to enjoy breakfast with my family at Keke’s Breakfast Cafe, a local chain restaurant from Orlando, Florida.
Keke’s Breakfast Cafe is open daily from 7AM-2:30 PM at 24 locations and 9 more opening soon. Fingers crossed they come to my town of Vero Beach.
Keke’s serves both breakfast and lunch dishes you know and love in an upscale setting.
Setting My Sites on Keke’s
Being a travel and food blogger, I have lists of places to visit all over the world for history, treasures, or food purposes.Keke’s Breakfast Cafe has been on my list for well over a year. I have eyed their menu, salivating over the delicious sounding dishes and watched them expand in great strides. Finally, the day came when I got to sink my teeth into Keke’s dishes.
I had the pleasure of dining with my parents, husband, daughter, and son in law at Keke’s Breakfast Cafe, the Doctor Phillips location. Parking was a breeze. The restaurant had a welcoming, friendly vibe.
We sat in a long booth by the kitchen, giving us the ability to see all of the eye-catching plates coming out of the kitchen. We perused the menu and settled on a wide array of dishes: Eggs Benedict (served with home fries), Buffalo Chicken Omelet, Turtle Stuffed French Toast, Raspberry Stuffed French Toast, and Chocolate Chip Pancakes.
All of our orders arrived beautiful plated. Rich, thick French toast slices, side orders of breakfast meats, and pancakes the size of the plate filled all of our table’s available spaces.
Cheating on Eggs Benedict
The Eggs Benedict, usually my choice of breakfast items, was tasty. I was especially fond of the creamy hollandaise and perfectly poached eggs. The pancakes were light, fluffy, and mammoth in size. Sighs of happiness came from the mouths of the two having the stuffed french toast dishes.
I loved my Buffalo Chicken Omelet. My Keke’s omelet came stuffed with a fair amount of chicken, Frank’s Red Hot Sauce, ranch dressing, and white American cheese. It was fantastic!
It was nice to have such unusual recipes on the menu, a big deviance from the typical eateries we patronize. Kudos for only serving homemade dressings, too.
Until We Eat Again…
Keke’s Breakfast Cafe more than met our breakfast expectations and we left incredibly satisfied with our choices. Our server was attentive, the meals were priced comparable to other Orlando eateries, and the menu has something for everyone. Those reasons alone will have the Pittman family coming back.
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