This is our favorite restaurant in Old Auburn!! Moved away for 7 years, and now back with 86 year old Dad who always orders Pancakes & has to ask for a box to take them home.
The WOMEN that work here are FABULOUS!! They remember your name also what you order most of the time. Would not ever miss a chance to go here for any of the wonderful food great atmosphere and THE BEST SERVICE anywhere.
Thank to all who work here!! George & Cheryl, and once in a while the stubborn Husband who comes with us also.
This location is my favorite. The food is great, the wait staff is friendly and fast. I have been coming here my whole life. If you want a good breakfast this is one of 2 places to go in Auburn. I do have to say though, the building is old. The menu's are old, and the furniture is old. If you are looking for shiny and new don't waste your time. Hole in the wall is the best description here!
Don't listen to these foolish people, the restaurant is old so naturally its not going to look sparkly and shiny the building has been there since at least the thirties. But regardless the food is clean and absolutely delicious its just good old fashioned home cooking with a wait staff ready to please. There are always some entertaining characters passing through, some of whom are regulars who are there up to three times a day with there very own table to converse at. So if you want a good(and large) breakfast in the morning there is no other place to go in Auburn besides Edelweiss House of The Super Omelettes.
If you want a fantastic omelette either come early or prepare to wait - it may take them a while to get the food out but when you get it was worth every minute. Just a down home place where they make the food the way you like it!
As a recent transplant to Auburn, I discovered Edelweiss restaurant. It's one of those places with sassy waitresses, colorful locals (who have their own table, by the way), and fantastic food. Edelweiss is the place to go if you want to know what's going on in Auburn. They even hand out newspapers while you wait, including the local political paper, the Sentinel.