We went with our family ages 16-51. Excellent service even though it was packed. Really good food - cinnamon rolls are a must try. We will be back!
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oh I'm still dreaming of Ann Sather's and wondering when I can return to Chicago. The lingonberry pancakes were lovely and we greedily wolfed down the yummy cinnamon buns on top. My friend's French toast with berries looked divine, all with friendly fast service and...More
This was an amazing breakfast, and this place deserves the high ratings it gets. I had the Swedish breakfast sampler which included a side so had to try the cinnamon rolls. Wow, the cinnamon rolls were amazing, and my breakfast was just excellent. Also ate...More
Being a Swedish restaurant, there are no hearty meat and potato dishes. I had 2 eggs over medium and potato sausage, with hash browns and coffee. It came with 2 cinnamon rolls. I had never had potato sausages and wanted to try them. I don't...More
The cinnamon rolls are indeed delicious and a very generous choice as a side. The fruit was more than the usual cantaloupe and grape mix with fresh berries and pineapple. The biscuits we're also tasty, light and fluffy. Hash browns were more but I would...More
Local resident recommended we go for breakfast. Seating was quick and we found they turned over the tables quickly. Service was excellent and the food was worth the stop. Four people enjoyed their meals and we will go again when in town.
Ann Sather is a really, really good place for breakfast, brunch or lunch. When we arrived, it was not too busy, so we were seated immediately. Kelly, our server, was efficient and personable. We ordered the cheddar bacon potato pancakes and a Swedish pancake with...More
We saw this place on Food Network on The Best Thing I Ever Ate. Ted Allen advised best cinnamon rolls so of course we got the cinnamon rolls. Melt in your mouth cinnamon rolls were soooooooooooooooooo good! We also split a Denver omelet which was...More