Discover Restaurants offering the best Cafe food in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, United States. Bryn Mawr (pronounced /ˌbrɪnˈmɑːr/; from Welsh for "Big hill") is a census-designated place (CDP) located across Radnor and Haverford Townships in Delaware County, Pennsylvania and Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, just west of Philadelphia along Lancaster Avenue (US-30) and the border with Delaware County. Bryn Mawr is located toward the center of what is known as the Main Line, a group of affluent Philadelphia suburban villages stretching from the city limits to Malvern. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 3,779. Bryn Mawr is home to Bryn Mawr College.
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4 based on 33 reviews
We have created a unique daytime restaurant that serves creative breakfast and lunch meals using the freshest ingredients. We strive to provide service to our customers that exceeds their expectations and maintain an atmosphere that is clean, comfortable
We were visiting nearby and stopped by for a bite. There is plenty of parking. The staff is really nice. We started with "walk the beach" drink with carrots, beets and it was yummy. We had a decadent hot chocolate with marshmallows. There are many options on the menu with espresso and coffee. We ordered a delicious pancake stack of walnut, banana, caramel and bourbon it was the best pancakes we had. We also had the chicken pesto panini that was filled with mozzarella and took away from the flavor. It was with chips and salsa. I had a chorizo. Onions, peppers and chipotle Benedict over corn bread. It was really tasty but fries were soggy and tasteless. Over all a good experience. We appreciate your feedback about your experience. I am sorry about your potatoes but am glad you loved the pancakes! We take pride in serving our customers and hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 61 reviews
First Watch specializes in delicious Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch creations freshly-prepared to order. First Watch begins each morning at the crack of dawn, slicing and juicing fresh fruits and vegetables, baking muffins and making French toast batter from
To the management: you have got to address your check-in, check-out, and bussing processes. You create a confusing and very difficult road block in your entryway that is clearly confusing and annoying to your diners. All you have to do is look at everyoneâs expressions to see this. As first time diners here, not the first or last impressions you want. And we waited for 20 minutes for a table with only two people in front of us while you had 6 un-bussed tables and one very disinterested and slow moving woman clearing. Nothing says you donât care about your incoming customers like poorly managed table reset.To the diners: This is a vibrant and hip spot with a varied menu of both breakfast and lunch items. Other than the entrance, itâs well laid out and you donât feel too cramped in with other diners. There were 3 of us and everyone enjoyed there food except I thought the veggie burger was just OK. We were all disappointed that they donât sell French fries. If theyâre trying this to be a healthier eatery, invest in a couple of air friers and give it a shot. You may be pleasantly surprised. Would recommend, just be prepared for the short coming as you check in and out ...but the food is worth it and the server was really professional and paid attention.
4 based on 108 reviews
TOP NOTCH! Literally hands down one of the best breakfasts my wife and I have had in recent memory. While in town for a wedding I read the reviews so we stopped in. The waitress was outstanding, she started us off with some Jewish Apple Bread which was great and then to top it off brought us out a free slice of Apple Walnut pie before leaving which was unreal - it was filled with an apple cream cheese which was to die for. For breakfast I had a egg wrap with potato pancakes that were maybe the best I've ever had. My wife had the panini and raved about it - it came with a side of real freshly cut fruit, not frozen! If we are ever back in town we will 100% be back, if you live close i'd highly suggest finding this place ASAP if it isn't already your go to destination.
4 based on 26 reviews
Stopped into Ardmore Station Cafe due to online reviews. Boy, was I glad I did. Typical diner atmosphere, nothing fancy with a decent amount of tables. The menu was interesting and had some menu items that were different than most diners. I tried the Peanut Butter Cup pancakes, which were big and delicious, and reasonably priced. If I'm ever back in the area and in need of a diner, I'll certainly be returning to Ardmore Station Cafe.
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