Sunday, 30 December 2012

D'Arcy McGees

Darcy's is a nice place to have a drink with some friends, have a tasty supper, and also, we found out, a great breakfast spot. The mornings seem to be quiet and there was only 2 cars in the parking lot when we arrived. We were seated immediately by the hostess at a booth. We kept the baby in his car seat because it wouldn't easily accommodate a high chair. They do have some available, though for the tables. Toast Girl was given a coloring page and crayons.

We ordered coffees and she ordered an apple juice. The breakfast menu is very small and to the point. There are about 4 options including a daily omelet special, a benedict, a 2 egg breakfast, and another egg and meat breakfast. They were all in the $10-$15 price range. There is no breakfast kids meal and no pancakes. Toast girl ended up ordering a grilled cheese off the lunch/dinner kids menu ($5 I think), I had the eggs benedict, and Toast Man had the Weekend breakfast.

The food arrived in less than 10 minutes and was all brought out together. It all looked really tasty. The benedict was made with peameal bacon that was cooked perfectly and wasn't greasy like most places serve it. The homefries were cooked with red peppers and onions and were delicious. The Weekend Breakfast was very good and though I didn't like the sausage much, Toast man said it beat most sausages that he has tried. It included sausage, bacon, 2 eggs, homefries, multigrain toast, and a grilled tomato. He really enjoyed his whole grain bread. Toast girl's grilled cheese was.. a grilled cheese. Nothing exciting and she just pulled the cheese out from inside and left the bread. She got homefries and raw carrots on the side.

The washroom had a change table in the handicapped stall and was pretty clean. The service was fast and friendly. Overall we enjoyed our breakfast here. Our bill was about $32 total.

Kids Grilled Cheese

Eggs Benedict

2 egg breakfast with bacon and sausage
Food Quality/Taste
Family Friendliness

Speed of Service

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