Lately, we have been a constant fixture at the Parkview Diner. You can say that we’ve become regulars in this resto, and if you ever try dining out here, you will understand why.
We headed there for brunch on Father’s Day. It was crowded but we were ushered in quicker than expected. It’s because we were only a party of two and squeezing us in was not much of a big issue.
As a general rule, when we dine out, my husband and I go for dishes that I normally don’t make at home. Particularly at this brunch, I just closed my eyes and watch him devour the strips of bacon and sausage (two things that have been forbidden in my kitchen for almost 3 years already). Boy, did he have a fun time devouring them.
My vegetable omelet with a side of hash brown was good enough for me.
The pancakes though totally unnecessary was consumed by us half and half.
With unlimited serving of coffee and tea, we were ‘belly-full’. This is not exactly the kind of breakfast that I prefer but a little deviation from the norm is good once in a while.