First time for breakfast at Chilli Peppers for the wine queen and me. We've had lunch there a couple of times, and never considered that they might serve breakfast on weekends. Brunch, actually, from 9:00 to 3:00. The menu has a decent variety, but it's not your usual breakfast fare from my perspective. There are a lot of specialty combo's. So let me start here. The home fried potatoes were very good. To me, that means they were, however they did it, cooked enough. Nothing irks me more than a home fry that is still half raw. And the coffee had character. I've had enough watered down coffee, and theirs was perhaps too strongly flavored for some, I guess. But I loved it. The queen had cheesy grits with her breakfast, and she pronounced it good.
I usually steer clear of Mexican sounding dishes, but this is Chilli Peppers, after all. So I tried the breakfast tamale. It had was stuffed with scrambled eggs and sausage, with a dark chili gravy and salsa on top, with a side of lettuce with salsa and sour cream. For some reason, I was thinking that we might get toast, but we didn't. And that was OK. I left stuffed.
The wine queen had breakfast totillas, and they had eggs and bacon, etc in them. Very good, she proclaimed.
Each of our choices was $7.99 as I recall. Worth it at a beach venue.
Our waiter was a big burley guy with a geat sense of humor. That's a plus when having to deal with me early in the AM.
They also have a basic ordinary breakfast for $4.49 that consists of eggs, bacon, potatoes I think, and toast. I'll try that next time, probably. Yes, there will be a next time.
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