I hadn't been to Ilios Noche since they renovated, but my fella and I decided to go for Sunday brunch. Their Facebook page, Open Table reservations and Google search page all said they opened at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, but their website and the brunch menu on their website said 10:00 a.m. We got there at 10 a.m. on Sunday, and the hours on the outside of the restaurant said they opened at 11:00. We called from the parking lot to ask what time they really opened, and it took the girl who answered a few minutes to confirm that they did, in fact, open at 10:00. No wonder we were the only people in there!
Besides that bit of confusion, the breakfast was great. I loved the new decor; it looks completely different! The reds, oranges and browns/grays made it feel much cozier than before. We both got the Ilios breakfast, but I got scrambled eggs and bacon whereas fella got over-well eggs and grilled sausage. The sausage was almost like a brat - thick and a little spicy. He loved it, but it was just a smidgen spicy for me for breakfast (but I'm a wimp). He also loved the fresh-squeezed orange juice; talk about going above and beyond! The breakfast potatoes were out of this world with onions, peppers and garlic. The panzino toast was uneventful; some jam would've helped, but it was pretty bland on its own.
Ilios Noche is a little out of the way for us, but after we got home I read that another location is opening in Quail Corners this spring, which will be much closer to us. I (and my stomach) can't wait!
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