Ferndale >Toast Elegant Catering
THE HIPPEST BREAKFAST JOINT AROUND!. I LIVE IN TOWN AND VISIT TOAST OFTEN! THE STAFF IS ALWAYS GREAT AND THE FOOD IS EVEN BETTER! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THE GRAND MARNIER FRENCH TOAST! ITS DEEELICIOUS!
Toast delivers each and every time ...love this place!!!!!. I don't know what got into this guy ...I have been eating at Toast for over five years and it is always clean and the food is great! As I read these reviews I am beginning to learn who the disgruntled ex employees are and who the real customers are...this guy sounds like the disgruntled version ....go spin your ugliness somewhere else its really cheesy....all potential Toast people plz realize this is some dude with a problem and give Toast a try ....i just love it
Bout time to share......
Beside the fact that the kitchen is disgusting, and they have several health violations, store food on the floor, have a borderline schizophrenic manic depressive owner(s) and that the food quality is terrible.... well, unless you mind having eggs that have not been stored at temp (look into the kitchen, and look where your tub of uncooked eggs sit. Next to the hot stove floating in a bucket of what was once, at 6:30am ice. rodent infestation in the back storage room, May I continue?
Come sit here for an hour and still not see your food. (Loser high on cooks and a closet dwelling "
Saveyourself the upset belly, and go to fly trap, or Barts, or Emory. Or Sams Grille.
Whats even better is when the one lady Ragan starts having her anxiety in front of customers. Or better yet, Bobblehead trying to pretend he contributes to the sess pool that is TOAST! wobble wobble bobble!
What happened?. I usually like toast, but just had a surprisingly horrible experience! My friend and I are both servers and pride ourselves on being pretty easy guests, but not today! First, although the soup tasted great, there was a hard white piece of something in it and it wasn't brought out before my meal. Then my friend's omelette was sitting in a puddle of water (tomatoes) and his toast was burnt. We sent that back and ordered a tuna sandwich instead. It took forever to make (my food was actually good and I was done eating by now). It was actually humorous that it came as this sopping wet tuna sandwich and the alfalfa sprouts were old. He couldn't even pick it up and eat it, because the pieces of soggy bread were falling off! Needless to say, we won't be back. I hope I don't get sick later.
Great for French Toast, Minus 1 for Wait. I've been to Toast for weekend brunch several times, though the wait after 11am is always very long. Once, I had to wait for about an hour to be seated. However, the food is always worth the wait. The French Toast items, particularly the Bourbon French Toast, are always delicious. If you want savory, make sure to order the cheesy grits as a side. The service is generally good, though the staff does not always do a good job seating parties strategically. For example, when in a party of four, I get a little annoyed when a party of two right ahead of us gets seated at a table that can comfortably fit four or five, thus creating more of a wait time for larger parties. In short, the food gets 5 stars, minus 1 for the long wait times.
Good but I've had better. My husband and I had to wait outside for 30 min. to get a table, when they sat us we looked around and enjoyed the wacky decor but weren't happy when we were asked to move to another table becuse they wanted to pack in as many people as they can at one time! Our food was good, average, but the menu offered different choices then most places. The coffee wasn't good and for a cup it cost around $2...for normal ground coffee - that is too much! Not to mention the washrooms are horrible! We are still on the fence about going back. Sorry :(
ditto the nothing special. Although the ambiance was nice (warm and kind of eclectic) and the service was pretty good, I was really disappointed with the taste of the food. The coffee required cream and sugar to be drinkable, and the huevos rancheros tasted as you'd expect in a bad midwestern breakfast spot - the ingredients tasted fresh and were prepared reasonably well, but what about good Mexican flavor? I had to dig around to find any verde sauce, and when I did I found it to be bland and didn't add much to the meal. I ended up having to douse the dish in Mexican hot sauce from a bottle, which resulted in a meal I could have made at home. I wish I could chalk this bland experience to lack of ethnic authenticity, but my partner's breakfast of eggs and sausage was a disappointment too.
Nothing Special. Nothing special. Service was so-so. For lunch, too much time waiting. Parking not good on bad weather days or for handicapped. Probably won't go back - too many good restaurants in the area.
Editorial Review. Breakfast spot crafts 12 omelets, plus an ever-changing weekend brunch menu with treats like pumpkin pancakes and sticky bun waffles.
a bit pricey, have to wait around 20~30min after 10am
but food is so great, egg benedict is a must try!!!
it all worth it!!!
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