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All reviews pancakes omelet chile relleno patty melt home fries corn beef hash breakfast burrito sandwich several times a month coffee refills for lunch today variety of choices huge menu the wait staff old school breakfast place generous portions
have eaten here many many times, and always enjoyed it. Today, one of us got practically burned hash browns, and the other got almost undercooked hashed browns. My pancakes were tough, so much so, that i only managed to choke one down. 3 meals came...More
Really impressed with my BLAT. Since this town is known for avocados it was a great compliment to a big fat Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato sandwich and side Caesar. We sat on a small patio beside the restaurant and watched some pretty impressive looking plates...More
Super excited about finding The new stop for food along our PCH route. My Dad and I are here, and the food is absolutely amazing. Service was top-notch, and makes definitely enjoyed the Chile Relleno omelet and locally baked sourdough bread. Definitely deserves a stop...More
Sadly, each visit to this once proud diner gets worse and worse. However, in Carp there are few choices for breakfast so we have continued the decades long family tradition of eating here when in town. The food is average and inconsistent from day to...More
This must be THE place for breakfast in town judging from the line waiting to get in. And it didn't disappoint. Friendly wait staff, quick service, good cup of joe, and good sized servings for the money. Looking forward to coming back.
Esau’s is a warm and friendly family and friends dining experience. The restaurant has a surfing theme and silent surfer videos play continuously on two TV screens. The restaurant has comfortable inside booths and outside patio dining. As locals, we eat breakfast here several times...More
Too bad Esau’s is on the other side of the the globe from home !! Loved absolutely everything aabout Esau’s restaurant. The orange Naugahyde booths, Formica counter tops,super efficient college girl waitresses, cool beachy neighborhood vibe and of course the wonderful varied copious breakfast menu....More
This friendly cafe deserves all the glowing reviews. Our breakfast was delicious, with plenty of first-rate coffee. Someone in our group insisted on having one of the famous warm frosted cinnamon buns as a dessert after a huge pile of eggs & hash. It was...More