Don’t let the name fool you, this popular JBR cafe does more than eggs (although they do, do them very well). My friend, The Monster and I decided to check it out for a late breakfast during the week. The clouds were rolling in so we opted for a seat inside rather than on the terrace.
Let’s start with the downsides (only a few, I promise) It was freezing in there! Seriously I was so glad we had jumpers with us. While they have bathrooms on the premises it was just one per gender (so we had a queue as the cafe was packed) and no changing table for babies! Not an issue now the monster is a toddler but still a shame and off putting for those with little one’s.
The positives, OK here we go, the good stuff…. So many highchairs! And all of them were clean. The staff are super friendly to both the adults and kids, always near by but never hovering. They supply kids plastic plates as well as kids cutlery, which is a breath of fresh air, so many place’s need to follow suit! The kids menu has a good range of option’s and no nuggets and chips. The main menu is massive (the downside is it takes ages to decide what to have).
As soon as we were all seated our waiter Tasleem brought The Monster some crayons and a colouring-in placemat, which was promptly discarded so he could draw on a napkin (blooming kids, lol) He also offered to get us our drinks while we looked at the menu, which was good as the decision making process took some time. We finally ordered, high rise pancakes (pancakes layered with sausage, bacon, potatoes and topped with an egg) for me, lobster benny (which was mind blowing, so I stole it) for my friend and a kids banana waffle for The Monster. The food was fresh and really tasty although the portion sizes were massive, and could easily have been shared. Kids drinks come in a plastic cup with a straw which is fab and meant I wasn’t juggling glass. Service was prompt and friendly.
The cafe doesn’t have a play area, although to be fair it is right by the beach at JBR so there is plenty of room for the kids to have a run about and entertainment for before and after you have eaten.
So would I go back, yes totally. Our three meals, drinks and coffee come to about 250dhs, so it wouldn’t be a regular haunt for breakfast but great every now and then. They have also recently opened a new branch in City Walk as well, so are now easily accessible from both ends of town.
Hope this helps.