House of Omelets with 3 locations in Southwest Florida is like a well-oiled machine. Diners may be lined up outside to get in, but the wait isn’t very long.
The restaurant serves breakfast and lunch seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. It’s got that New York kind of diner feel and has been serving up eggs and bacon since 2013.
So the menu is large and that probably takes the longest at the restaurant. Deciding what you want to eat.
For breakfast there are signature omelets with everything from Lobster to The Big House made with 4 eggs, bacon, ham, sausage, peppers, onions, mushrooms and cheese for $15.97.
Or, you can build you own omelet with your choice of cheese, meat or veggies.
Breakfast favorites include biscuits and gravy made to order, avocado toast with feta, tomato and bacon. Homemade corned beef hash with 2 eggs. Or take on a skillet – Italian, Southern, Greek, Porky, Western, Polish, Steak, Veggie and the Huge House Skillet.
Off the griddle has Belgium waffles, stuffed french toast and more. There are also a variety of eggs Benedict, burritos and crepes.
For lunch, check out the avocado bowl or Cobb salad; pitas, wraps, corned beef and pastrami, gyro, burgers and melts, cuban, Philly cheese.
The place is vast with seating on two sides and at the bar. You can also eat outside. Childrens menu available.