Denver >Krameri Cafe
Never again. Place was empty yet waitress was clearly bothered to have customers. Hash browns were rubbish. Nothing to put on toast but butter. Terrible coffee. tobassco sauce was watered down and the katchup bottle had clearly been in use for years. Over priced. Nothing to recomend this dump.
Went for breakfast as I usually go to the grocery stores across the street and thought I would pop in and eat. After 45 minutes, finally got breakfast. Mentioned that it took a lot longer than I would expect for breakfast and was informed that I was out of line. I prepared to eat and the other waitress decided to talk about us to the kitchen. I can hear from 10 feet away. (At least have the decency to wait until i leave to talk crap about me). Don't know how the food was, walked out.
Potatoes looked like last nights chopped baked potatoes. Waitresses were incompetent when it came to pushing the kitchen after the first complaint of slow food, about 15 minutes before it was finally served.
Never again. We were really looking forward to dining at Krameria Cafe with their claims to serve some of Denver's best breakfasts. Not even close. Who can't cook scrambled eggs? My scrambled eggs had no flavor and were rubbery, my husband's over-hard eggs were the same. The "hashbrowns" are pretty much baked potatoes diced...no salt, pepper or any seasoning. I thought I would add the fresh strawberries to my pancakes for the extra $2. I would be surprised if I actually had 2 strawberries...it was pathetic. We will never return to this restaurant; if you can't cook plain eggs, I can't imagine how you would destroy any other meal.
Really yummy food, sort of slow service. This was our first visit to Krameria Cafe, and we love to find neighborhood breakfast places. The ambiance is very comfortable and welcoming. The waitstaff was friendly and there was no wait on a Sunday morning. Our food was really good--great fluffy pancakes, and a delicious breakfast burrito. Our waitress was cute but seemed a bit flakey--we had to ask several times for more coffee, extra napkins, and parts of our order that were missing. The place could also be a bit more kid-friendly; there's no changing table or paper towels in the bathroom, which is helpful with a messy toddler! Overall we had a great breakfast and we'll be back again.
friendly breakfast spot with many regulars. Ordinary food with cheap prices. I had the best chicken salad sandwich ever. The soup came lukewarm. The salad came with bottled dressing, ugh! All this was $6.50, but a glass of milk was $2.00.
New Owners, New Menu. A great little neighborhood joint if you're looking for a diner, but not a greasy spoon. The menu is oriented toward breakfast, but lunch and dinner are good as well. Mexican food, burgers, greek dishes and some gourmet-ish surprises like grilled shrimp and avocado on foccacia. The menu is a bit schizophrenic, but stick with the basics and you'll be happy. Milkshakes are to die for.
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