Green Eggs Cafe (Philadelphia)
A few weeks ago, I went into Philadelphia to eat at the Green Eggs Cafe. I heard rumors Green Eggs have the best pancakes around. Of course, I had to test it out. Green Eggs Cafe is very well known for its large square stack of red velvet pancakes.
I arrived to the Green Eggs Cafe around 11. It wasn’t crowded and I was seated immediately.
The Green Eggs Cafe atmosphere is open and modern. There are plenty of seating and open tables. The entryway was a little strange and I felt like I was awkwardly standing in front of tables to wait. The inside of the Green Eggs Cafe is spacious and I never felt like I was sitting on top of anyone. The entry is just incredibly awkward.
The coffee at the Green Eggs Cafe was excellent. The waitress went into a lot of detail to tell me they used homemade vegan whipped cream. I thought that was interesting and unique. I would have never guessed it was vegan, but honestly it didn’t matter to me either way. (I forgot to take a photo of my coffee!)
Green Eggs Cafe Food: A
The Green Eggs Cafe menu has plenty of options from breakfast to lunch. Green Eggs Cafe had quite a few different egg selections, French toast and pancakes. The Green Eggs Cafe is best known for their French toast, shrimp and grits, chicken and waffles benedict, and red velvet pancakes. I came specifically for the pancakes so I already knew what I wanted before looking at the menu.
Red velvet cake is my favorite type of dessert so I was set in getting the red velvet pancakes. They were delicious and one of the best stacks of pancakes I have ever had. The red velvet pancakes at the Green Eggs Cafe were dense and had chocolate chips baked in.
The actual pancakes were square with the edges a little bit crispy. I liked the crispy edges a lot. It was topped with chantilly cream which it also had in the center. Honestly, it was one of the best breakfasts I have ever had.
Green Eggs Cafe Cost: $$
For my pancakes and coffee, it was $20. Honestly, it was one of the best breakfasts I’ve had and completely worth it.
Overall thoughts/Would I come back to the Green Eggs Cafe?
I would come back every day if I could. The service and staff were amicable and the food was delicious. I want to try the cookie dough french toast next.
Overall: A (top 5 overall)
Questions for you:
Where are the best pancakes you’ve ever had?
Do you like red velvet?