Breakfast by the DeYoung
I need some suggestions on the best breakfast place in the area of the DeYoung Museum (doing the King Tut exhibit). I like a basic breakfast/brunch, nothing too expensive or fru-fru; just good solid egg dishes, and delicious toast/biscuits. Our admission time is 11am so it can't have too much of a wait.
I've seen lots of diners in the area of Lincoln and 7th and was wondering if there is one that stands out from the others or if I should risk the possibility of a wait and head for Chloe's or the Pork Store (Haight St). Any recommendations are greatly appreciated!
Thanks in advance for the feedback!
The only reason I though of Chloe's was because I saw pictures of banana pancakes (my vice). I was definitely considering Art's after looking at the menu and pics on Yelp. No soy is a plus and since there are two of us it sounds good!
Have you or anyone else tried any of the Korean inspired egg dishes? I love bibimbap and kimchi so I may have to explore a little bit.
The last time we went to the Academy of Sciences we had a great breakfast at...
The Irving Steet Cafe
716 Irving St
(between 8th Ave & 9th Ave)
San Francisco, CA 94122
Hearty, quick , cheap, great hash browns!
Art's is good, has a following, one draw back is it's only counter space. The other basic breakfast place is How'ard's...basic American diner food, solid, reasonably priced, stuck in the 60s-70s. I like Howard's a lot but my choice would be Park Chow, not fru-fru but nice quality items, organic eggs, etc. yet reasonable in price, like $10 omelettes, but prices creep up if you order coffee and extras.
For American Style I second Park Chow - lots of variety and fresh.
If you want to go Korean there is Han IL Kwan on Balboa and 19th Ave.