I had a late breakfast here yesterday- in fact it was lunch and and the menu offered a limited breakfast choices. In the past I was here for breakfast - For me, the lunch menu had more choices.
The coffee was hot and I ordered ice tea- it comes unsweetened, just how I like mine. I chose an Asian Salad which cost around 9 dollars with a glass of Chardonnay (which was a bargain at three dollars). My companion ordered a Denver omelet with home fries- around 9 dollars as well. I have noticed that in the U.S. they don't put vinegar on the table- I miss it.
My salad came with a few pieces of seasoned grilled chicken over mesclun greens, fried noodles and almonds. The salad was good- it could have had a wider variety of vegetables to make it more interesting. The omelet was huge and filled with cheese,ham, onions and peppers- it could have used more seasoning. The potatoes were perfectly seasoned and hot. You are offered fresh salsa to serve over your meal- it tasted fresh but the onions were cut into far too large pieces for me.
The service was excellent and had our drinks topped off several times without having to ask.
I do have one concern- the public restrooms are basically in the kitchen- A no no for me.
The menu at the Daily Bread is extensive at lunch and there should be something for everyone.There is limited patio dining- I would take advantage of it as the weather warms up- I love to eat outside.
I had a good lunch and my companion was very happy with his omelet. The value was excellent for the chosen items. I never order omelets when dining out as I can make them so easily at home and they charge far too much for a few eggs with a little filling. I feel ripped off- it is like paying 8 Dollars for French toast! Jamais! The Daily Bread's omelet was generous.
I would head back here again- it is a pity that the hours are so limited and it is not open for dinner.