We consider McGlinns one of the two best restaurants in the Wenatchee area and eat dinner there often. We decided this trip to try their weekend breakfast, and here too they really crank out some remarkably good food. It almost a shame that the breakfast is only available on weekends.
Your meal begins with a complimentary small plate of sliced melons and citrus---an unexpected treat to enjoy while you consider the menu. The menu is somewhat limited; about a dozen items, but its a nice variety and good mix of things. I ordered the biscuits and gravy and my wife ordered the Southwest Scramble.
Biscuits and gravy (B&G) is one of my favorite things to get for breakfast and I have gambled and lost at a lot of places that serve average or even paste-like B&G. I had previously crowned the best B&G to Diamond Jim's in Bellingham, but sorry Jim, you've been moved to second place behind McGlinns.
Rich and creamy and full of flavorful sausage, I think the gravy might actually be partly Hollandaise sauce. Not a hint of pastiness. I had ordered a half-serving, but quickly called the waitress over and ordered the other half. Like the saying about potato-chips and not being able to eat just one---I wanted to keep on eating these B&G until there were no more left.
The wife reports that the scramble was very good, but I'll have to leave you with her word for that because I was so focused on these wonderful B&G that I didn't take much note of her meal. If the rest of the breakfast menu is even half as good as the biscuits and gravy then you won't be disappointed.
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