Craving french toast in San Diego
- darkmob Mar 1, 2008 11:29 AM
I've been craving for some wicked french toast these last couple of months. Where in San Diego would you say has the BEST french toast?
When it's good, the Coast Toast at the Brockton Villa is excellent, but it does vary a bit - still, if I was craving French Toast that's where I'd go.
I've also had good French Toast a couple of times now at the Cafe on Park. You have to ask for real maple syrup (and pay extra for it) but it's worth it. Call me a snob, but I can't eat pancakes/waffles/french toast without it anymore!
Mimi's Cafe makes a killer pan perdu that is one of the best out there..imo
Friends have raved about Isabel Cantina french toast but have not had it..
I need to go since it really is hard to find a place that does it well.
Wow, after some digging on everyone's suggestions, I really want to give Isabel Cantina's coconut french toast a go (assuming its still on the menu)! And cafe on park sounds like it could be really good too! So this means I'll just have to do 2 trips! Thanks for the inputs!
Try Isabel Cantina in PB, I also like Broken Yolk in PB, thick cut. Brockton VIlla in LJ has Coast Toast when they're 'on' they're good, but they are not consistant and quite pricey.
3rd Corner has French Toast on their Brunch Menu along with other good stuff..
Duck Machaca, Mushroom/Onion Flan, 3rd Corner Benedict, Goat Cheese Omelet.
All items $14.95 and served with Con Pana chocolate bread, roasted potatoes and fresh berries. It will be great on the patio when it warms up.