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A friendly and casual bakery-café with a French bistro feel shelling out generous portions, Bread Winners is a Dallas Observer favorite. Cakes, pies and pastries are made fresh daily, perfect for those on the go or for noshing on the brick patio. It's difficult not to arrive and find the place packed-especially during brunch, when the flat iron steak and eggs and scrambles are king and queen. That shouldn't stop you. The wait for a table is rarely more than 15 minutes.
The food was poor. I ordered the burger and it was less than half the size of the bun. I ordered medium rare and got well done. The first appetizer we ordered they were out and there were only 2 appetizers on the menu. The service was horrible. My wife's food was just as bad. We would never go back and would hope no one else goes.
A couple of weeks ago, I kept seeing chiles pop up on menus in everything from margaritas to brownies, and while that's not too surprising this time of year, it gave me pause. Back in April, Iron Fork... More »
I hate to repeat myself, and it hasn't been very long since I reviewed Breadwinners in this space. You might remember--it was a new restaurant on McKinney whose name reflects the emphasis on baked goods. (The tomato basil bread is terrific.) ... More »
Sure, you could argue it's a bit pricey for these trying times, but there is value in them there eggs--especially the way Bread Winners serves 'em. You got your three-egg "scrambles" like the Southwest migas and the healthful veggie. There is a to-die-for egg sandwich, three kinds of eggs Benedict and several egg dishes with Tex-Mex accents (burritos, enchiladas and breakfast tacos). And don't get us started on the pancakes and French toast, and the baked goods--breads and muffins... More »
Now that the weather's cooled down--oooh, that 89 degrees gives us goose bumps--what better way to bring in the morning than by sitting on the Bread Winners' patio drinking a little java, eating some French toast (a real highlight), and reading the morning paper (we take The New York Times, which makes it easier to digest)? The food's always excellent here (so it tastes a little better on Sunday mornings), and the ambience puts the exclamation mark at the end of the experience. The first... More »
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