I love breakfast/brunch yet I really don't go out to eat it that often. That will likely change this year as there are so many new (well, new to me) breakfast & brunch spots out there that I really want to try. A couple of weekends ago I was feeling a bit "brunchy" (is "brunchy" a word? well, it is now!) so I decided to check out one of those new (to me) spots. An internet search led me to Mr.Breakfast.com, a nifty little site that features breakfast recipes and reviews of breakfast/brunch restaurants nationwide. A search of Duluth/Alpharetta restaurants eventually led me to The Red Hen Cafe in Alpharetta.
My first impression of this cozy little breakfast/lunch spot was quite positive. The place has a very friendly, laid back vibe. As for the food, I have no complaints there. I decided to try The Red Hen's crustless artichoke and cheddar quiche and a ½ order of "citrus scented" French Toast.
In spite of what appears to be a small portion size, the artichoke/cheddar quiche was quite tasty and satisfying. The challah French toast with cinammon butter and maple syrup was delicious as well. Overall, I was pleased with my first visit to The Red Hen-it's a nice option for breakfast/lunch on the northside. I'll likely make a return visit to sample some of their other offerings.
The Red Hen Cafe
5310 Windward Parkway
Alpharetta, GA 30004
Just a quick thank you for giving us a try and the kind words. We always enjoy constructive criticism and take every comment to heart. So, again, thank you for coming by The Red Hen and we hope to see you again soon!ReplyDelete
I love breakfast. It is definitely my favorite meal, but since i manage a restaurant I don't often get "brunchy" on weekends. I hope 2010 brings you lots of delicious brunches, I can't wait to read about them =)ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by Chef Jason! I will definitely be making a return visit soon.ReplyDelete
Best wishes to you too LetMeEatCake! I'm going to try your banana pound cake recipe pretty soon. Love your blog!