Famous Toastery Mooresville
Stopped here for breakfast on our last full day in Mooresville. We asked for outdoor dining since we had our dog with us and they brought him a nice bowl of water shortly after seating us. I ordered the Southwestern Omelet and it was very good. The eggs were tasty and the spicy chorizo was super flavorful. The breakfast potatoes on the side were amazing! My wife ordered a biscuits & gravy breakfast and I was able to sneak a bite for myself. I prefer the traditional white gravy with no sausage, but this was still very good. Not sure what they do to their bacon, but it was FANTASTIC!! Nice little experience here, will definitely give it another try when we are back.
While the food was generally delicious nothing nothing early to write home about my main complaint is with the service.. Being in the hospitality business myself I find it odd that a place would have no designation for their wait staff. The main problem with not assigning section sections for your wait staff is that tables don't get the service they deserve when there is a waiter designated. It was also pretty irritating to be ordering adult drinks and once the food came out we were immediately giving our check. It is proper hospitality etiquette to wait until the customers have at least taken a bite of their food before slapping a check down infront of them.
The best dining out experience for a breakfast ever. It was our first time, the food was perfectly cooked the staff was super friendly and helpful. We could not asked for anything better.
Excellent food and service. The staff did a fantastic job considering how busy they were (25 minute wait time on a busy Saturday morning). Famous Toastery is our favorite breakfast / brunch restaurant!
Wow, what a great place to get breakfast. Had about a 10 minute wait to be seated. Once seated service was fast and friendly. Menu has typical breakfast favorites with their own twist on how it's made. Everyone in our party ordered a different meal, everyone was completely satisfied with the taste and portion. Tired a drink called the Cold War Russian, I could only imagine this being an staple for those living in Siberia in the 70s and 80s. Overall, would eat here again and try a different meal every time.