we had very nice service and wonderful food, the soup was excellent and the 1/2 sandwich was plenty of food.
We had an excellent breakfast here on our trip to Ashland where our son is going to school. The service was excellent and the food very good. I kept it simple, eggs over easy etc., but the guys got a little more creative with their choices and were not disappointed. This is a very nice place, you really cannot go... More
If the famed Morning Glory hadn't been closed that morning I never would have discovered Breadboard - and it's been hiding in plain sight for 30 years. It's kind of like Morning Glory's plainer, not-so-precious little sister. Varied menu (I had the Ashland Scramble - delicious) and the marionberry muffins were so tasty. It's small and somewhat cramped, but I... More
This is a regular stop on our Ashland annual trip- it never disappoints- although their celebration of 30 years this year reminds me how long it is since I was in graduate school at the University- when the restaurant first became a favorite! Huge muffins, wonderful pancakes and omelets, excellent HOT coffee. Go hungry! Sit in the outside deck area-
Our breakfast on the patio was delicious with a lovely view across the valley. First time I've had sour-dough pancakes. Liked them with the home-made jam they served. All-in-all, very good.
We ate on the patio, under an umbrella, and looked out at the beautiful valley below. The food was exactly as I had ordered, but nothing special, and the waiter had a great sense of humor. I liked the place and would return.
The food here is diner-quality, short-order cook style. Nothing special except the marionberry jam they serve with the bread, which is great. It's all...fine. Which is often what you want on a regular morning. Simple. Plain. Oregon-ey. I wouldn't order anything like Eggs Benedict or Huevos Rancheros--nothing fancy or you'll be disappointed. The plain old eggs, toast, etc. are good... More
We had breakfast here for two mornings. The homemade bread and jam were fantastic. Great coffee, too. If you have the option, take your meal out on the deck.
My husband and I ate at the Breadboard while on a trip to Ashland to attend the Shakespeare Festival. I put a lot of time into investigating what fun restaurants to go to that had a lot of local color, and decided upon the Breadboard. The atmosphere was pretty cute, albeit a little cramped and cold. The staff was efficient... More
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