We went there last year because they had shrimp tamales--I couldn't resist. Excellent, but over-priced. This year we got there 15 minutes before they closed. But they closed on us any way and pointed us to the Motel 8 diagonally across the intersection--best advice I ever got. Why? The other restaurant was the Golden Goose Cafe (see my review here), and when I came back to the Frogger, I came for lunch, which is a much better value, and much less crowded.
I had the eggs, Harris Beef, toast and cottage potatoes. I asked for the eggs poached lightly, and English muffins. The chef caught on, and put some of the spinach from the beef on the muffin and Voila! Eggs Florentine and sliced filet. Such a snazzy breakfast. The Sangria was small, as it usually is these days, but full of flavor. DH had fish tacos, but they were more like fish-stick tacos, and don't measure up to lots of other places, especially the Fisherman's Grille in La Quinta, which is the best. He won't order them again, but will visit the Frog again because "they have other good things on the menu."
They are a bit pricey, but be creative in your ordering, go for lunch, and you will do alright. If you can't pass up dinner, go early enough so you won't be turned away.
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