Sunday, 4 May 2014

Fitz Classic Grill

While we near completion of the Bell's Corner's area, today we dined at Fitz Classic Grill, which is attached to the Best Western Hotel. The entrance isn't the most welcoming, but once inside, we were surprised by the elegant decor, booming business, and friendly staff. We seated ourselves at a booth, and were welcomed by a very nice waiter with a great smile! The menus included a kids section, standard meat and eggs meals, benedicts, omelettes, and many options. Toast Man ordered the 2 egg breakfast, I had the benedict, Toast Girl had Mickey Mouse pancakes, and Toast Boy had a scrambled egg and bacon meal. The restaurant was very busy, and it did take about 15 minutes for our food to arrive Our waiter was great about keeping our coffees replenished, and the restaurant was loud enough that we didn't need to take the kids out when they became a little fussy.

The food tasted great. The homefries are cooked with onion and various spices and seasonings, and were delicious! The benedict was awesome, and the mickey mouse pancakes were adorable with little smarties forming a happy face on it. Toast Girl was thrilled. The bread tasted like a bakery bread, rather than the average store bought type. The eggs were cooked well, and everything was brought out hot and well displayed. 

We will definitely eat there again. Im sad that we drove right passed it so many times, and never noticed it. Our total bill was around $30 for all 4 meals. The 2 egg breakfast is $6 and INCLUDES bottomless coffee!

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