Wobble Cafe (Ossining) - any good?
Am supposed to take the grandkids (ages 6 and 10) for breakfast this Sunday morning and someone suggested the Wobble Cafe in Ossining. Any thoughts or other suggestions? TIA.
I liked their buckwheat blueberry pancakes. The brioche French toast was by far the worst I've ever had.
It's a funky, fun restaurant for kids with fresh, homemade food. I like their omelets, migas, pannini and crepes. They serve real maple syrup, and if you like hot sauce, be sure to ask for their housemade mango hot sauce. I have never had their french toast, but I am curious, rpk, what about it was so bad, thanks? Here is their website:
While Wobble isn't a destination in itself, it is a great neighborhood restaurant, especially for people with kids in tow. I wouldn't choose it for a quiet "adult" meal, but for a casual breakfast or lunch it definitely fits the bill. All the breakfast food I've had there I've enjoyed, from the pain perdu to the pancakes to the egg dishes. Little ones will find plenty of toys and other playmates to occupy them. They do make everything fresh to order so we've encountered a bit of a wait on busy mornings.
The food will be better at the Mt.Kisco Coach Diner. For more atmosphere, what about The Moderne Barn in Armonk?