First Watch Restaurant

(407) 363-5622 | View Website

7500 W Sand Lake Rd, Orlando, FL | Directions   32819

28.450443 -81.484083

 
Restaurants, Traditional American, American Express  more

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Neighborhoods: Doctor Phillips

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First Watch Restaurant
Menu
The Traditional Breakfast, Pecan Dijon, The Poacher, Cobb, Santa Fe, No. 5 Asian, Fruity Chicken, Bacado, Acapulco Express, Killer Cajun... more

Reviews for First Watch Restaurant

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over a year ago

Far from a greasy spoon, this homey chain dishes up some of the Orlando's most poplar, healthful and affordable breakfasts. – In Short
First Watch serves lunch (mainly salads and sandwiches), but breakfast is the star. Pancakes, made to order with toppings like blueberry, granola and bananas, are served in a doughy stack. Florida French toast boasts slabs of cinnamon-raisin or sourdough bread sprinkled with wheat germ and piled with fresh bananas, kiwis and berries. The bacon and cheese omelette is loaded with avocado, Monterey Jack and sour cream. Chunky home fries are available with most entrees. 

 

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