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Mission Beach Cafe Breakfast

Frosty Melon | Nov 10, 200809:51 AM     4

This is my new favorite breakfast place in town (with one caveat, see below).

Finally made it to Mission Beach Cafe (14th & Guerrero, SF) on Saturday morning. A friend and I shared two dishes, the special scramble (garlic, cherry tomatoes, provolone and pesto) and the breakfast sandwich. The scramble was fantastic; cooked perfectly, not at all dry, with sweet halved cherry tomatoes, roasted garlic cloves and a smear of pesto on top. Breakfast sandwiches tend to bore me, but this one is truly special with butter lettuce, tomato and caramelized onions, all served on a delicious homemade English muffin. The sandwich was a steal at $7.50, with a small side salad with figs and (here's the caveat) and potatoes. My only complaint was the potatoes were so boring, I wish they would try something to jazz them up a little, or even offer fruit instead.

All in all, can't wait to go back. The eggs or salmon benedict are calling my name.

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