Breakfast is the most important meal of the day – and we have dozens of breakfast and brunch-dedicated restaurants to prove it! The breakfast items usually cover the classic American, continental or ethnic foods from bacon, eggs and chicken steak to muffins, waffles, and pancakes. Americans don’t have any reason to skip on their breakfasts considering the sheer number of choices, both in terms of restaurants and their menus.
Another Broken Egg – yes, it’s actually the name of the restaurants – is a chain of breakfast and brunch-dedicated restaurants making its mark in the American culinary landscape. The current number of restaurants – more than 35 as of this writing – may be small in comparison with the likes of McDonald’s and KFC, but therein lies its popularity among the breakfast crowd. There’s so little of the fast-food quality in the menu because every food evokes the flavors of home-cooked meals.
Below are the latest Another Broken Egg menu prices.
Picked For You
|Lemon Blueberry Goat Cheese Pancake||$13.64|
|Gluten Friendly Pancake||$13.64|
|The Supreme Omelette||$11.94|
|Classic Bacon Burger||$10.45|
|Shrimp ‘n Grits||$15.69|
|Shrimp 'n Grits||$13.79|
|Chicken & Waffles||$14.84|
|Crab Cakes & Fried Green Tomatoes||$16.49|
|Bananas Foster Pancakes||$13.12|
|Irish Coffee Pancakes||$11.99|
|Corned Beef Hash||$12.99|
|Open-Faced Breakfast Reuben||$12.49|
|Fresh Country Potatoes||$3.20|
|Half Order Of Biscuit Beignets||$3.99|
|1 /2 order of Biscuit Beignets||$2.99|
|1/2 Order of Biscuit Beignets||$2.99|
|Side of French Toast||$4.10|
|Steel Cut Oats||$5.99|
|English Muffin and Grits||$2.89|
|English Muffin and Potatoes||$2.89|
|Split & Add||$2.29|
|Split & Add Extra English Muffin & Grits||$2.69|
|Split & Add Extra English Muffin & Potatoes||$2.69|
|Biscuit and Gravy||$8.89|
|Grilled Andouille Sausage||$4.23|
|Sweet & Savory Sausage||$4.21|
|Sweet and Savory Sausage||$4.23|
|Two Scrambled Eggs||$1.59|
Sandwiches and Salads
|Turkey Mozzarella Panini||$11.46|
|California Club Sandwich||$10.86|
|Nellies Chicken Sandwich||$10.79|
|The B.L.A.S.T. Sandwich||$10.52|
|Southwest Chop Salad||$10.53|
|Chicken, Mango, and Spinach Salad||$10.79|
Sandwiches & Salads
Burgers and sandwiches are served with a pickle and fresh country potatoes.
|Chicken, Mango & Spinach Salad||$10.49|
|Nellie's Chicken Sandwich||$9.99|
Seasonal Selections Sunsations
Served with two eggs any style and choice of bacon, house-made sausage patties, turkey sausage, andouille sausage or ham.
|Mixed Berries Pancakes||$13.12|
|Peach Cobbler Pancakes||$13.12|
|Lemon Blueberry Goat Cheese Pancakes||$13.12|
|Chocolate Stuffed Belgian||$14.59|
|Eggs Blackstone Benedict||$13.56|
|Crab Cake Benedict||$15.43|
|Crab Cake and Fried Green Tomatoes||$15.49|
|Crab Cake & Fried Green Tomatoes||$14.99|
|Chila - Quiles||$11.99|
|Smoked Salmon Benedict||$15.21|
|Lobster and Brie Omelette||$16.16|
|Louisiana Crawfish Skillet||$13.64|
|Chicken and Waffles||$12.66|
|Shrimp and Grits||$14.36|
Omelettes & Scramblers
Served with an English muffin (add 140 cal) and grits (add 180 cal) or fresh country potatoes (add 320 cal). Substitute fresh fruit (add 50 cal) or City Grits™ (add 470 cal) for $2.29. Add a Sweet Temptations flavor pancake (add 230 - 530 cal) or 1/2 order of Biscuit Beignets (add 680 cal) for $2.99.
|The Floridian™ Omelette||$13.24|
|Crescent City Scrambler||$11.99|
|Lobster & Brie Omelette||$16.08|
|Hey Lucy Omelette||$11.49|
|Hey Lucy!™ Omelette||$12.59|
Burger, Sandwich & Salad Creations
Burgers and sandwiches are served with a pickle and seasoned country potatoes.
|Nellie’s Chicken Sandwich||$10.99|
|Mixed Berries Pancake||$13.64|
|Peach Cobbler Pancake||$13.64|
|Bananas Foster Pancake||$14.14|
|Pancake Trio Flight||$14.64|
|Classic French Toast||$12.42|
Served with a choice of milk (add 150 / 310 cal) or choice of juice (add 140-160) and a Danimals® Yo-tube. (add 50 cal)
|Chocolate Chip Pancakes||$5.99|
|French Toast Sampler||$5.99|
|Broken Egg Biscuit Sandwich||$9.66|
|Broken Egg® Biscuit Sandwich||$8.99|
|Broken Egg® Chicken & Biscuit Sandwich||$9.89|
|Biscuit & Gravy||$10.70|
|Traditional Day Starter||$10.58|
Omelettes and Scramblers
|The Floridian Omelette||$12.99|
|Sunrise Spinach Scrambler||$11.58|
|Hey Lucky Omelette||$12.49|
|Mardi Gras Omelette||$13.40|
|Sausage & Fennel Omelette||$12.59|
|Pecan Praline & Candied Bacon French Toast||$13.19|
|Cold Brew Iced Coffee||$3.75|
|Organic Decaf Coffee||$2.96|
|Coca-Cola Soft Drink||$2.92|
|Coca- Cola Soft Drinks||$2.99|
|100% Pure Squeezed Orange Juice||$3.97|
|100%. Pure Squeezed Orange||$4.29|
|100% Pure Pressed Apple Juice||$2.99|
|100%. Pure Squeezed Apple||$3.29|
|Salmon Power Bowl||$16.55|
|Granola, Fruit, and Power Bowl||$11.99|
|Granola, Fruit & Quinoa Power Bowl||$11.54|
|Protein Power Bowl||$14.33|
|Salmon Avocado Toast||$13.99|
|Veggie Delight Omelette||$11.90|
Milk & Hot Chocolate
|Chocolate Milk with Whipped Cream||$3.37|
|Hot Chocolate with Whipped Cream||$3.27|
Teas & Soft Drinks
|Raspberry Iced Tea||$2.98|
|Hot / Herbal Tea||$2.99|
|Coca-Cola® Soft Drinks||$2.99|
|Kids Chocolate Chip Pancakes||$5.66|
|Kids Little Rooster||$5.66|
|Kids French Toast Sampler||$5.66|
|Kids Waffle Sampler||$5.66|
In November 1996, the Broken Egg Café opened in Old Mandeville, Louisiana and set the tone for the succeeding restaurants. Even then, the restaurant featured great views – bubbling fountains and waterfalls greeted guests – aside from the delicious foods and drinks on the breakfast, brunch, and lunch menu.
In August 1998, the second restaurant, known as Another Broken Egg Café, opened in Destin, Florida. The views were just as beautiful since the café was situated in the Florida Panhandle with its white sands and turquoise waters. By December 2008, the chain already consisted of 10 restaurants, which increased to 34 restaurants by June 2014.
On January 2013, the fast-growing chain was named as among the “Top 500 Franchise Businesses in America” by Entrepreneur Magazine.
What They’re Famous For
The Another Broken Egg chain is known for its extensive breakfast and brunch menu although there’s also a smaller lunch menu. The dishes and desserts are popular because the chain only uses the freshest and best ingredients, introduces creative twists to the classics, and creates new recipes that guests come back for again and again. The most popular items are apparently the shrimp ‘n grits, cinnamon roll French toast, and eggs Benedict, which isn’t surprising as these are both flavorful and filling.
Why Eat Here
Another Broken Egg distinguishes itself from its competitors by making it fast and easy for its guests to eat without waiting in line. The chain has an app, called the NoWait, which can be downloaded to smartphones in 50 seconds or less. The guest can register with the app, put their name on the waiting list, and wait in the comfort of their home.
You, the guest, can check the app every so often to know the number of parties ahead of your own and your estimated waiting time. When you have 10 minutes or so before your turn is up, you can walk or drive to the restaurant, tell your name to the receptionist, and be seated almost immediately. The app ensures convenience for guests since there’s no need to wait for an available table.
As soon as you enter the restaurant, you will be greeted by the friendly wait staff who will also take and serve your orders. You don’t have to wait too long for your food and drinks to arrive, thanks to the apparently efficient kitchen staff, and you can request additional orders from the wait staff. You don’t have to give tips to the wait staff but you will likely give one, nonetheless, because everybody just seems so nice, fast and efficient.
Another Broken Egg is a restaurant chain that serves primarily breakfast and brunch with a smaller lunch menu. Keep in mind that the restaurants usually close at 2 p.m. daily so come here early, if possible. The breakfast menu caters to almost every taste in breakfasts, whether it’s the American classics or Tex-Mex fare, including omelets, scrambled dishes, eggs Benedicts, waffles, pancakes, and huevos rancheros.
The huevos rancheros are notable because of its tasty and filling quality. Every order consists of blacked beans, sautéed onions, and green chilies in a fried tortilla and topped with cheese, eggs and chorizo, as well as salsa, sour cream and country potatoes.
The eggs can also be cooked according to your preference. Otherwise, you will be served medium-cooked poached eggs, sunny side ups, and scrambled eggs. Regardless of the way that you prefer your eggs, you will enjoy plenty of choices in their preparation – chorizos, green chilies, eggs, avocados, black beans, grilled tomatoes and bacon, to name a few.
The lunch menu doesn’t offer as many choices as the breakfast and brunch menu but you should already set realistic expectations about it. There are club sandwiches and burgers, such as the classic bacon burger with Angus beef. The affordable Another Broken Egg prices apply to all the menus so eating here as often as you can will not drain your finances.
There’s also a full bar in each restaurant – and you will likely require a Bloody Mary when you have kids in tow. The chain is kid- and family-friendly so your breakfast mates will likely be parents and grandparents with their kids but the noise level is still tolerable. The outdoor seating is a great way to escape the hubbub while enjoying your breakfast or brunch.
To learn more about Another Broken Egg or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.anotherbrokenegg.com.