While looking for where to take the family out for breakfast, I asked online for suggestions of places that could use a boost from a review. One of those recommendations was Auntie C’s Restaurant in Park City. It’s been a while since the last I last stopped in, so this breakfast stop was in need of a revisited review.
425 E 61st St. N
Park City, KS 67219
Open Daily: 6am – 2pm
Upon arriving, it looked like a place that definitely didn’t need a boost. The restaurant was packed and there were around six groups ahead of us waiting to be seated. Fortunately, the wait wasn’t long and it took all of 15 minutes for us to get a table.
We immediately started off with a cinnamon roll. It was a good cinnamon roll. The bread was nice and doughy and there was plenty of creamy frosting oozing over the top. There wasn’t an abundance of a cinnamon taste to it but still a decent to good cinnamon roll.
For breakfast, we went with the fajita omelet which came with shredded chicken, mushrooms, onions, green peppers and blended cheeses. We also ordered the country breakfast which was two eggs, two slices of bacon, one sausage patty, hash browns, two biscuits and a cup of sausage gravy.
If you’re starving, get the fajita omelet. The dish was a monstrosity. It was incredibly filling with plenty of sausage, veggies and cheese to go around but it was also a very greasy eat. To put it simply, this omelet is probably best eaten after a hangover.
The country breakfast was a plate of most of the main breakfast staples. It was a no frills, simple breakfast; something you’d expect to find in any classic diner that’s been around for years. It wasn’t anything special nor was it meant to be. Everything ordered was made exactly like it should. My only pain point with the breakfast was the gravy which didn’t have much to it. Some nice big chunks of sausage would have been a nice inclusion. Otherwise, the rest of the breakfast was satisfying and left me a pleased diner.
One thing to also note is the fries pictured in the menu are not what they serve. It’s actually crinkle cut. We found this out the hard way by ordering some fries for our daughter. Our server was cool about everything and offered to get us something else but we didn’t mind. I’m not about to raise a super picky fry eater.
Out of our entire experience at Auntie C’s, the best part was the service. Many employees were walking around, assisting each other, seating people, taking orders, filling drinks, and simply helping customers. It was a total team effort there and cool to watch. For as busy as the place was, it was a very well-oiled machine. Everyone was nice and friendly and made us feel welcome.
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