Found 2 restaurants in town with very similar names and after further reading I understand that the 2 used to be 1 but after a rift between owners they split. So an almost identical menu would make sense. For a truly head to head competition, we got the same breakfast from both places just one day apart. Day 1 was The Breakfast Place at 4108 Peach St. The place was moderately crowded when we arrived about 9 am but had a line at the door by the time we left. I ordered Cajun eggs. 2 eggs over homefries, ham, onion, mushroom and American cheese sprinkled with a Cajun seasoning blend. I also ordered the toast and coffee. My husband got 1/2 order biscuit and sausage gravy scrambled egg and hashbrowns. My breakfast was good, the Cajun spice was nice but aside from the homefries and eggs the other stuff was relatively cool. Definitely not hot. Also the homefries were deep fried, I'm not a real fan of that. There was a ton of it though, I left quite a bit and a whole piece of toast. My husbands biscuit and gravy he said was fair, not very flavorful. Total for the meal was $15 and change.
The second morning we went to The Original Breakfast Place at 2340 E 38th St. We got there at about 830, place as crowded but a few tables were opened we were immediately sat and drink order taken. When we realized they had the same menu, we decided on a repeat breakfast. This time the Cajun eggs were very good. It was hot all the way through and the the potatoes were not deep fried. Although not quite as large of a portion, I enjoyed it more and did finish my breakfast. I will admit I didn't care for their rye toast but in hindsight they offered Italian toast and I should have ordered that. My husbands biscuit and gravy much better than it's counterpart the day before. Total for breakfast #2 $12 and change. Breakfast #2 was the clear winner.
That being said, both places were good. I wouldn't hesitate to visit either again.
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