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I didn’t have my camera, so sorry for the lack of photos. I’ll do my best with the descriptions! A couple of weeks ago, Dave and I had breakfast at The Breakfast Club in Farmington. This wasn’t our first time, we’ve been several times and have always had a delicious breakfast. This particular time, I ordered the creme brulee French toast and Dave ordered a traditional eggs Benedict. We split a side of sweet potato puffs.
The French toast was baked in a casserole dish rather traditional French toast slices. It was very dense and custardy and had a great burnt sugar crust on top, no maple syrup needed. It was absolutely delicious. I would order it again, hands down. I’ve tried several things at The Breakfast Club (carrot cake pancakes, Southwestern eggs Benedict, regular French toast) and I think this is my favorite or maybe tied with the coffee cake French toast special.
The eggs Benedict was your traditional eggs Benedict: toasted English muffin, Canadian bacon, poached egg, and hollandaise sauce. They were good, but nothing special. The sweet potato puffs were great though. They were kind of like sweet potato tater tots with cheese, scallions, bacon, and sour cream sprinkled on top.
The Breakfast Club is only open for breakfast and lunch and it can get rather busy especially on the weekends. I would recommend going as early as you can if you want to be seated quickly.