the egg and i is one of the best places in town to get breakfast you get a lot of food for your money and the food is always consistenlty good each and every time you go there. The pancakes are hug and delicious always served hot, the cambridge skillet is also one of my favorites, the ranch patatos are also some of the best.
If my wife and I want to go to breakfast this is usually the place. It's simply the closest thing to eating homemade breakfast food. All other restaurants like Perkins, Village Inn and IHOP have dehydrated, boring food.
Unfortunately, the wait time, service and price can be a big factor in the frequency we eat there.
Eggs are nearly 2 dollars each and a small glass of OJ goes for nearly 3.
Service is up and down. The waitresses are overworked and probably underpaid to care and it shows.
The wait is usually awful, but it's because we go mid-morning on Sunday. Most people have just gotten out of church at this point.
Even with all of these negatives, the positives outshine the rest. The food is just too tasty and fresh to pass up.
My wife and I have eaten at the Egg & I on and off for the last fifteen years. It is extremely busy for breakfast and a wait is normally in order. Although I wound not say the food is bad, I have not found it to be something to rave about either. Service is normally good and friendly.
Wonderful food meets great service at the Egg and I. I have enjoyed several different and delicious meals off their menu, and they have all been great. I wish their prices were a little lower - it's breakfast!
Very friendly, prompt and tasty! We're poor college students and everytime we have an out of town guest we bring them here for breakfast. For this very reason, we are excited for when out of town guests show up. Nice atmosphere.