Glendale >Eat Well
good service, best breakfast, bother anylonger, love eat well, very bad treatment, comfortable atmosphere, visibly happy upscale
Great Casual Breakfast/Lunch Place. We love Eat Well for a weekend breakfast. The food is good, service is friendly. There is a varied menu that should please almost anyone. It's a good choice for lunch as well. We've been going for years, and keep going back.
Horrible service. The owner does not know how to run a business. I ordered a small appetizer and it was the worst thing I've ever tasted. I then asked if I could exchange it for another appetizer which she (the owner) initially refused. I kept pressing because I simply couldn't eat anymore and I said they might as well take it off my table, throw it away, and I'll never return. The owner eventually, with clear disappointment, replaced my appetizer with another which also didn't taste very good. I've been to several restaurants, upscale and average priced, who were visibly happy to replace any part of my meal I didn't like without any objection.
Globally inspired comfort food served in an always-bustling neighborhood eatery..
This hipped-up diner teems with folks looking for cheap meals--especially weekend breakfasts. Each location has a distinctive vibe, and casual servers let patrons take their time to order and eat. The menu features comfort food with worldwide influences, such as the Big Mess, a heap of cayenne-spiced potatoes with sausage, spinach, mushrooms, zucchini and scrambled eggs. For lunch, the Buddha Bowl is a subtly seasoned dish of sauteed vegetables, tofu, rice and beans.
Avoid at all times.
Just a couple of hours ago we would have loved to have breakfeast there. First of all the owners are rude, they do not listen and attack you after they have committed a mistake. We have ordered eggs any style and asked to add onions to the homefries. Yes, they came with onions but raw ones. This goes on and on....they can not communicate to the cook what they wish him to prepare. After I asked them not to bother anylonger, because it became more and more twisted and all I wished for was to have somthing to eat. The owner will not move away from the behind the counter table, staring at me until I told her to leave me. I would like to consume my food. Believe it or not, now she says I am rude. She starts talking to her employee about my ignorance not to know what home fries are. After hearing her negative comments I got up and told her I can hear her and I would not like to eat here anymore. In the first place the order was not right and I believe her conduct is not correct. The milk was turned bad, well this can happen but the rest was unbelievable. Then a man came also did not listen he just wants his money for the food. Which we paid them so they will not bother to call the police for as little as 15 dollars or so.
Anyway, all I am saying it is a terrible place maybe not for the food quality which I could not tell, did not get to eat the eggs, scrumbled instead of sunny side up......but the sevice and treatment is very bad !!!
User review by sean_g. Hip decor, comfortable atmosphere, diverse patronage, modern music, and a gigantic menu. This is not the typical coffee shop experience. They specialize in offering quality ingredients throughout their vast menu. You'll notice, especially with the breakfast items, that they're going the extra mile. Its almost as if they're purposefully trying to one-up all other coffee shops in every regard, right down to the marbled toast. The menu is vegetarian friendly, and the offerings range from the well executed old standards, to the ridiculously offbeat. The service is good, and the prices are reasonable. All together, a pleasant experience.
healthy diner menu. I've only had breakfast here. Eat Well caters to both healthy and not so healthy habits. Smoked bacon and fluffy giant pancakes along side turkey chili and all egg-white omelettes...
Breakfast is the best. Eat well is full with trendy folk, lovin' the inexpensive menu which is filled with simple dishes that are sure to please. Breakfast is the best. One warning the service can be a little spotty and the wait is long on Sunday mornings.
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