Angie’s Kitchen

26 Mar

Angie's Kitchen, 47 Erb Street West, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Angie’s Kitchen, established in 1962, is a family-run restaurant.  It is well known for its all-day-breakfast menu and also offers catering services for groups of any sizes. The inside of the restaurant is homey, nostalgic and welcoming.  The walls of the restaurant are adorned with pictures and stories of all the people who have shared in Angie’s Kitchen’s history.

The menu offers classic breakfast items such as pancakes, french toast, homemade baked goodies, sausage, ham, bacon and eggs. Many of the breakfast meals include your choice of muffin, bagel or rye, brown or white bread with homemade jam and potatoes. The last time I visited Angie’s Kitchen I began my meal with a homemade cinnamon bun which was recommended by the server.  It was served warm and wasn’t too sweet which I prefer.  My absolute favourite item is the pancakes which are truly the best pancakes I have ever tasted.  They are thick and soft but with a slightly crispy edge.

Cinnamon Bun, $2.50

Pancakes with icing sugar which can be purchased individually or as part of a breakfast meal.

Country Style Breakfast which includes potatoes, two eggs, ham, bacon, sausage, toast with homemade jam, french toast and pancakes, $11.95

For lunch and dinner there are a variety of wraps, pastas, burgers and sandwiches available.  The menu also provides healthy and vegetarian options as well as daily specials.  For example, on Fridays it’s all you can eat fish and chips.

Veggie wrap $7.99 with sweet potato fries for an additional $1.50.

Angie's burger with fries, $8.50.

Hot beef sandwich which includes potatoes or rice, vegetables (in this case it was poached beets) and salad, $11.95.

Garden salad with balsamic dressing which is included in most entrée meals.

Angie’s Kitchen is a down-to-earth restaurant that serves home-cooked style meals and feels a lot like home. It’s a good option if you’re looking for an uncomplicated and tasty meal with a no fuss service.

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