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Short Review - Hugo's

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Short Review - Hugo's

Marc | Oct 13, 2002 10:29 PM

Hi Everyone,
Today me and a few friends ate breakfast at Hugo's at the corner of Kings and Santa Monica Blvd. in W. Hollywood. It was the first time for all of us. The interior is very country like with wooden chairs and tables. Lots of windows gave the room a light airy feeling. Our waitress was friendly and even as the resturant became more crowded, kept our coffee and water glasses filled. For $9.50 I ordered a build your own omelette with cheddar cheese, onions, and sausage, the choices being chicken, pork, and a chicken and duck combination(?). I went with pork with home style potatoes as my side. No toast since all tables are given a small loaf of bread. My omelette arrived sans cheese so back it went. When it arrived a couple minutes later there was very little cheese (shredded) inside. The sausage had a strange cinnmon taste to it. Maybe it was supposed to taste this way? Although everything was cooked just right I found the portions a little on the stingy side. As for the rest of the menu it seemed to be directed towards the more health concious. There also was a large variety of teas. Overall I'd say if your're not very hungry and you like very strong coffee (the strongest I've had in any resturant) or exotic teas then Hugo's is worth a visit.

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