I wanted to update my review of this place for people headed to Pensacola on vacation with the vacation season at hand. My first review came shortly after the restaurant had opened, so now that it has been open awhile, I was hoping that the service times had gotten better. The food is still excellent, as it is at all of the Broken Egg restaurants, but it seems that this particular one has a problem in the kitchen. The wait time on a Saturday morning was long but acceptable ( 25 minutes ), but once seated the problem began. There were many empty tables scattered throughout the restaurant, but apparently they do not have enough waiters or cooks to accommodate the large number of diners. From the time we were seated until we finally received out food was 50 minutes. this added to the 25 minute wait time, plus the time to actually eat the meal, turns out to be over two hours. I still think the food is the best breakfast in Pensacola, but it is not worth the time required. The other Broken Eggs that we have eaten at, get you in and out quickly. They all seem to have a fair wait time, which is OK for food that is good, but this particular one needs to get its' act together on speeding up both the service and the cooking times. I don't plan to go back on a weekend, maybe during the week when there are less people eating out.