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Best breakfast in Boro Park or Flatbush?

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Where would you recommend for the best breakfast in BP or Flatbush on a Sunday morning? Something sit down certainly, waiter service preferred but not necessary, just want the tastiest food.

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  1. open 7am Sunday - call to confirm times.
    entire menu may not be available till Lunch hour.
    http://www.shamash.org/kosher/search....
    http://menupages.com/restaurants/gard...

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    1. re: Joe Berger

      thanks so much! someone else recommended Sunflower Cafe- any opinion of that?

      1. re: Queena75

        Usually when I am in Flatbush I go to Garden of Eat In for milechigs, their food is excellent and they have a large variety. I almost went to Sunflower until I saw their menu. Somehow $2.95 for a buttered bagel seemed excessive. I usually pay more like $1.25 for that.

    2. I second the Garden of Eat-In recommendation - you can walk in and get pancakes (chocolate chip, regular, etc.), waffles, low-fat, fat-free or regular muffins, omelets, scrambled eggs, hash browns, buttered bagels, plain bagels, muenster cheese sandwiches, etc. Ten people can walk in and ten people will walk out satisfied.

      1. so Queena75?
        where did you go on Sunday.
        we want an up to date review, please.

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        1. re: Joe Berger

          So sorry for the delay! THANK YOU for your suggestion, we enjoyed Garden of Eat-In very much, it was just what we were looking for. My husband had the blueberry pancakes and was very happy. I enjoyed my omelet though I was dissappointed the mushrooms were canned. The homefries were yum and the muffin we got for later was delish. I was also dissappointed they gave us margarine with the toast, I don't know why I did not ask for butter, I did see them giving someone else butter as we were leaving. But all in all it was so nice to go out for breakfast, my husband was not always kosher and missed that Sunday morning diner experience.