8178 S. Lewis Ave., 296-9960
Omelet fans, get ready to make some tough decisions. First Watch has a big selection of omelets like the Acapulco Express, made with chorizo, avocado, chilies, onions and smothered in melted cheese or something a little more basic like the Bacado Omelet, made with bacon, avocado and melted Monterrey Jack cheese. There are also some unique crepe offerings like the Key West Crepe, a thing crepe filled with scrambled eggs, smoked turkey, avocado, bacon and cheese.
HOURS: MON-SUN, 7AM-2:30PM
2508 E. 15th St., 747-1086
9701 E. 61st St., 254-1086
A burger for lunch is a no-brainer. Bros. Houligan offers the basic burger choices you'd expect as well as some less traditional fare like the Green Bean Burger, a burger topped with green beans, or the Bayou Burger, a burger cooked with Cajun seasoning and smothered with pepper jack cheese. If you'd rather have your meat deep fried and covered in gravy go for the chicken fried steak or the chicken tenders.
HOURS: MON-FRI 11AM-10PM; SAT 4PM-10PM
7227 S. Memorial Dr., 249-5262
Start your meal with a Curry Puff, a deep fried pastry filled with curried potatoes, onions, carrots and peas. Or try the Nuah Kem Dat Deal, fried strips of marinated, sliced beef served with spicy sauce. For dinner, give the Pla Jian a whirl: a filet of whole deep-fried trout topped with sweet sauce, ginger, tomatoes, onions, bell peppers and tamarind sauce. For dessert try the Glua Buoad-Chee, banana cooked in sweet coconut milk.
HOURS: SUN-THURS 11AM-10PM; FRI-SAT 11AM-11PM
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