I wanted to say that I feel really sorry for the people who had a horrible experience with pat and his wife. I dont even know who pat is or his wife and maybe because they leave me alone LOL
I have always had a wonderful time there (except for the fly's that are always flying in my food and face). they really should come up with a solution for the fly situation. I must be one of the lucky ones who has had very pleasant experiences there. Not sure if I should bring a can of raid due to the fly's but maybe a fly swatter would be better. The breakfasts are great and anything I have eatten there has been wonderful. I sure hope when and if I meet pat, he had taken his medication. Either way, I enjoy pats cafe. Dont forget to bring a fly swatter.
I had the worst experience of my life here few weeks ago. They were rude and we were sitting for our food for more than half an hour. We saw others served who came after us. We had to tell them that if they have not started cooking our food to cancel the order.
I left with the feeling that the owners were racist. I am Asian Indian.
I will never go to this place and will never recommend.
Speed of service leaves a lot to be desired, though the staff is friendly when they finally do get around to speaking with you. Bring a newspaper or book - it'll make the time go by faster.
Good portions of good food for good prices.
On warm days, the outdoor seating on the patio is fantastic. Definitely a worthwhile stop.
ONe of the few places in LA where you think your not in LA. Biker, hippies, nevo riche and me..with the dogs, and kids and boyfriend and my ex with his kids and girlfriend, hey were just Californians having a family breakfast. Good. Not hard on the wallet and Pat has such a big heart....what else? Oh, the food. Is made to irder and on Topanga time. But whats the rush?
Laid-back, just hangin' kind of place with a creekside '60's ambiance. Good food, nice outdoor deck with water bowls and biscuits for canine customers. Service is not fast, but very accomodating. A great place for a quiet, lazy Sunday breakfast down in the canyon.
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