Eggs N Things
2955 Cochran St, Simi Valley, CA 93065
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Parking: Lot, Self, On Site, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, American, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
11/22/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Like most Eggs 'n' Things that I've been to, Simi is always seems busy. But there are downtimes during weekdays, and I recommend calling ahead or just being patient.
My wait time is usually 0-15 minutes any time I go, but I think it's worth the wait. Coffee/starter drinks are usually very fast. Their coffee is some of the best, always fresh. Their menu is pretty heavy, full of breakfast and lunch, eggs, of course, sandwiches, soups, and tasty sides. Great breakfast and lunch choices especially if you're bored with Denny's.
I highly recommend their Florentine omelet and their eggs Benedict. The O'Brien potatoes and biscuits and gravy are worthy too. With nearly every breakfast order you also get a Swedish pancake with lingonberry jam and powdered sugar.
I'm surprised to find a bad review of the staff at the Simi location because I have never had a problem. I will admit that I have waited at the register a few times, but I have always gotten a verbal recognition from someone and I have always been asked how things were, etc.
I lived nearby for 17 years and, now that I moved out of state, this is one place I try to get to every time I go back. I love bringing guests and friends here. It never disappoints.
06/01/2008Provided by Citysearch -
As many times as I have been in the Simi Valley restaurant I have yet to find ANYONE at the cash register
friendly. They take your money and talk amongst themselves. It would be very nice for someone to say ""thanks for coming, have a nice day. how was your meal or the service"" If they do not like their job then they should go somewhere else. We go into restaurants to be served, it is a break from home. A smile or kind word would be very nice. Don't act like we are not even there. The ones that have been there for a long time are the worse and the sad thing is that their attitude is spilling over on the new ones. Perhaps, we need new restaurants in Simi who actually know how to make a customer feel good. Certainly this one does not. You need to take a long, hard look at yourselves. It is us, the customer, that keep your doors open and afford you the luxury of keeping your jobs. A thank you, smile or kind work NEVER put anyone out. I think my last ""try one more time"" was the last.