I ordered an egg and sausage biscuit and it was good. Ordered a pizza one and it was better. Ordered a spinach kolache and it was best.
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I happened across Kolache Factory while on the Northside of Indy. Kolache apparently originate in Czech Republic are a nice alternative to donuts. We ordered the Bbq Kolache, eggs bacon and cheese, and the Italian chicken Kolache. They also offer sweeter Kolache. Inexpensive nice alternative...More
If you haven't tried a Kolache, you are really missing a treat. The restaurant has many different choices. The soft warm little buns filled with philly cheesesteak or ham and cheese, and so many more made lunch a great experience. The food and choices were...More
Located at 96th Street & Allisonville Road, KF is a great place for Sunday breakfast. Sweet & savory kolaches are fresh, warm & aromatic. The egg & cheese, jalapeño & cheese, spinach & cream cheese are favorites. A kolaches of the month is available for...More
Let's face it. This location is sort of awful in more than one respect. It's not the cleanest place on earth nor are it's employees overly friendly or helpful. BUT it's the last kolache factory left in Indianapolis. Therefore, you will still find me visiting...More
I had to laugh at Ross' review below complaining about how it's a hunk of dough with fillings in it. Ross, why do you think it's called "Kolache Factory?" Wikipedia describes a kolache as " a type of pastry that holds a dollop of fruit,...More
What a wonderful breakfast treat...Kolache Factory's unique and delicious egg, ham, & cheese filled fluffy ball of dough is perfect! Of course there are many other "filling" choices, as well as, fruit and cinnamon treats. What a great find!
Not a very big fan of these at all. It's a hunk of dough with stuff in it. There are quite a few choices of both hot ones and cold ones.
Stopped here for a Sunday quick brunch. Ordered a variety of their sweet rolls with a variety of fillings. Our favorite was the sausage and gravy. Enjoyed the italian chicken, sausage rolls. Least favorite, eggs or philadelphia beef. There also are a variety of fruit...More