Earlier in the day I ate at the Bistro in Omak even though I intended to go to the Breadline. It was with great pleasure that I learned my Mom wanted to go to the Breadline Cafe for her birthday dinner.
We were greeted by the waitstaff (our combined hats are off to Alicia (sp?)) and shown to our table. The specials were pointed out and we were shown the homemade "breadline" which is included with each meal.
We started off with a glass of wine (not an extensive list, although it was comprehensive). We both ordered beef stroganoff and a side of broccoli cheddar soup. The soup was very good. I was a bit apprehensive when she brought out the stroganoff. It was a presentation unlike any I'd had before. I had nothing to worry about. The sauce was delicious and everything was done to perfection.
We finished with dessert...I enjoyed burnt cream (Creme Brulee) and Mom thoroughly devoured her bread pudding (I did have a bite or two). I was outstanding.
The restaurant is located in the old refurbished Omak Beverage building. The decor is fanciful old bits and pieces on an old wood floor. All in all, a wonderful evening. We're looking forward to a Sat brunch.