Carrows Restaurant, South Pasadena, CaliforniaI have Not been to Carrows Restaurant in over 10 years and this was probably my Very First Time having breakfast over there.I had eggs, sausages, hash browns and pancakes, along with a Hot Chocolate.My breakfast tasted Very Good by the way!I want to personally Thank David Medellin for joining ME for breakfast back on Sunday, August 21, 2017.Sincerely yours,Howard Paul ShoreVisitorExecutive, Volunteer Writer For Google And Tripadvisor Websites/HPS
126 E Yorba Linda BlvdPlacentia, CA 92870
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The sister and I went here for their Dine LA menu, and it was so tasty! I had the lemongrass coconut cream soup and the blackened swordfish tacos--very yummy. Sissy had their gazpacho and seared ahi steak sandwich. This Dine LA came with a dessert so it was a BARGAIN! I really recommend it.
Pictures in the menu match what comes out! Great club sandwich, eggs and ham and pastrami sandwiches for lunch. Ladies provide great service and always check in on you.
Classic diner food. Good budget option for those around South Pasadena and want a quick, cheap meal but not fast food.
Great place for Hawaiian comfort food! Love their Happy Hour specials, especially if you can grab a patio seat. My favorite dish is the Portuguese fried rice with fried egg. NOT healthy, but oh so yummy.
My absolute favorite Hawiian themed restaurant. They make macadamia nut pancakes, pulled pork sandwiches, poke, etc just like the islands. They also have great happy hour specials.
Unique brunch on weekends without the crowd.
This restaurant has a real creative menu that is filled with delicious entrees. The deep fried beets and spicy butternut squash doughnuts are delicious. We enjoyed the Puerto Rican Clam Stew and Fried Catfish. The deep fried apple pie with egg nog ice cream was a real nice treat and a pitcher of their red sangria made the night fun.
We had a late breakfast here last Sunday. The potential for this place seems promising. The ambiance is nice with both indoor/outdoor dining areas. The menu has a nice selection along with what looked like a full bar. However, I noticed another review claimed the pancakes were excellent (I would have to strongly disagree). I chose to 'upgrade' ($2) my pancakes to the "banana pancakes". When the plate arrived I did not notice any bananas or what seemed to be banana in the pancake batter. I asked the server and he said to lift the pancake and that the bananas were on the bottom. As I tried the dried pancake with a few meager slices of banana it was all I could do to swallow with lots of water. Bisquick would shame these pancakes. Besides my pancake tirade, I did notice that several people around me seemed to have plates full of what looked like yumminess. Perhaps a poor choice? Maybe, but after $11 on a mensu classic of a couple pancakes, an egg (seemingly egg substitute) and two slices a bacon I was not terribly satisfied. My advice if you go: Choose wisely, perhaps ask what they are known for or take a look at others plates to see what looks good. Good luck with this one..