1675 E 1300 S, Salt Lake City, UT | Directions 8410540.741845 -111.842597
Great service all the way around – eggs in the city is the best breakfast in town. The service is amazing, and i felt so welcomed by the owner and waitresses. it's not every day that you have such great service. i would reccomend this so anyone that likes to wake up on a saturday morning and eat a fulfilling breakfast. the bus boy that was wearing the highland high school attire was so great, and did a great job and was so nice. It's good to know that even the worker that doesn't associate with customers as much is also trained to be so nice to the customers. I ordered the meat lovers skillet. if you are a man, you need to try this out. it is scrambled eggs, breakfast potatoes, bacon, cheddar cheese, and sausage. i also was supplied with orange juice, which was always kept full. the service was great, even on a saturday when i went. i do warn you that the place is pretty busy on the weekends, but even with the hectic environment, the service is still great, and the employees handle it well. i will come back to eggs in the city, and i reccomend it as the best breakfast food in the valley
Good place to hang out, but food is inconsistent – The food is inconsistent, depending on the cook.. and the quality of meat. At times it's so good, but other times the meat's so chewy I can't eat. Same thing with the potato. Overall, a bit more expensive than other breakfast joints in SLC - catering for the yuppies, I guess.
Disgusting, with the rudest service... – After waiting 15 minutes to get seated on a Wednesday, while looking at 4 empty tables, we waited another 10 minutes for water, and good 15 more to order. I swear I saw the brunette waitress drop silverware on the floor, pick it back up and set it on an open table, the place seemed like a greasy mess with not the best food but, but defiantly the worst service I have ever had, I was to scared to eat my food..... who knew what else had been dropped and put back on the plate.
Yummy and Funky – I love the food and the great location, but the best part is the service. When I drag myself out of bed its nice to see friendly faces in a good mood who give great service. The girls that are usually there are so great. They always have a smile and don't just say "how's the food" as they walk by, but they actually want to know how the food and everything is. They're really good about making sure your food is just right, and if its not, getting it right. They give great recommendations if you're having a hard time choosing, and the best part for me...my water glass is always full. They are also willing to customize your food to whatever diet you might be on at the time... no carbs, all carbs, whatever! They have the best french toast in the city. Its the east coast version, which is hard to come by. Its also fun to learn about all the cool stuff around the restaurant, and the artwork is amazing. If your up for good food with amazing service, you have to check it out.
Don't miss out on this great place – We were recently in SLC for 2 weeks. We were intrigued by the name as we drove by and decided to come back and check it out. We did so 4 times in the 2 weeks we were in town! Their biscuits and gravy are awesome - served with 2 eggs cooked to order that are put on top of the biscuits with cheese and then all are smothered in the wonderful gravy with chunks of sausage. Their eggs benedict is very good, too. Service is very friendly and fast. Atmosphere of eating in a converted garage is cool - nice touch to have the garage doors open to the outside seating area.
Great on a sunny day – Went for lunch today. The atmosphere was very sunny and indoor/outdoor seating. The menu offers breakfast (omelets, breakfast burritos, I noticed biscuits & gravy, but did not try). Had a veggie sandwich; it was pretty good, better than most, but not the best. Wasn't impressed with the bread. Breakfast potatoes were also above average, some crispy, some potatoey. Boyfriend had a burger, wasn't too big and the bread was soft (I have no opinions on that one, just an observation.) I will definitely try a Saturday/Sunday brunch. Worth going back.
hip & cool: be, and be scene – i had the eggs florentine and the husband had the meat lover's special. the hollandaise on the eggs could have used some lemon and a touch of curry in it but at least it was a real sauce because it started to separate as i was almost done eating. the sausage in the meat lover's was differently spiced than one would expect but very good. the place was warm on the first 80+ day in the valley but otherwise comfy and welcoming. not sure i would want to eat there when it was super hot weather. we were seating in a primo spot outside & it was lovely. as a major side note: i know the folks in the neighgorhood hate this place because it's popular and parking overflows into the neighborhood for a few houses in either direction. emigration market is kitty corner from the restaurant and jolley'spharmacy just to the south. it might explain why there are so many houses in the area for sale. it's no reason to be rude though. not sure why they moved there in the 1st place if they didn't want to be able to be within walking distance to these amenities. the neighbors on the side street to the northeast were very rude to me. sorry i walked on the grass at the treeline bordering the street - don't block the sidewalk so people can use it [you, your wife, your exceedling cute child who you were oohhing and ahhing over as he tried to walk and did a face plant on the cement, along with another couple], put a sign up asking people to please not walk on the grass because you just put sod down [it wasn't obvious at all], or don't yell at people to get off the lush grass next to the street/parking. my choice was to walk in the street on the grass bordering it.
best breakfast in slc – love this place, especially when they start the out door seating in spring. its nice to go somewhere and get treated special because you're a regular. the food here is awesome!!! better get there early or plan to wait, the portions are huge and everything is fresh, its well worth the wait!
Amazing Food and Amazing Service – Welcome To Eggs In The City: HOURSE ARE 7AM to 2PM Seven Days a week. I have emailed city search to no avail.
Hi I am Jessa and I am a server at Eggs. I thought I would hop online and give you some suggestions and perks about Eggs In The City. We have done a lot of updating on our menu and restaurant and would love to have you stop in.
What are you known for you might ask? Well.... We are known for a few great items that you may have just not tried when coming in before. Ask for one of our Breakfast Burritos smothered in Jose's homemade chile verde. It is yummy. Also our french toast is to die for. We call it Diablos French Toast cause it is sinful. It is marinated in maple syrup and once it hits the grill it carmilizes the french toast. Also, if you don't like our potatoes which we are always tring to improve feel free to sub them for a slice of this wonderful french toast.
Also the Greek Skillet is new to Eggs and is deeelicious. It is a bed of potatoes grilled with green peppers, onions, spinach, feta, chedder and avo- It comes with two eggs and tortillas or toast to wrap it all up in.
Our Salads are fresh and wonderful and our Beef Philly and PotRoast Tacos(Ask when coming in..its a chef specialty) will knock your socks off and will be the best you will ever have. We also serve hot and fresh local roasted MillCreek Coffee.
After reading some of the reviews I was sad to hear that food had been coming out hap-hazzardly. We have a head chef that has worked out the kinks of that from last fall. We hope you will give us another try. Also, in regards to being out of food. We get so busy on the weekends that we actually RUN out of food. We have also changed our food order to comply and it has seemed to work out nicely. Come in and speak with me and I will make your stay a pleasant one.
Hope I have given some helpful tips.
Come and see the crew down at Eggs In The City and we will treat you like family.
Overpriced Oatmeal and picky on price – I basically wanted a bowl of oatmeal with fruit on top and for $6.50 they gave me the "creme brulee". a small bowl of oatmeal with some blueberries, banana, pecans and brown sugar. i asked for the pecans on the side and they tried to charge me for a side order of pecans. needless to say, i had a bad first visit to the restaurant. the egg dishes looked good and seemed to be worth their price, but don't come here expecting flexibility when ordering or universally reasonable menu prices.
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