Seattle >Cyndy's House Of Pancakes
Editorial Review. This unassuming greasy spoon on Aurora serves up traditional breakfast items in a retro atmosphere.
A home away from home.... Cyndy's is a great place to bring your out of town relatives or friends looking for some great food and great service. The atmosphere is kitschy and the waitresses are friendly and down home. The food is pretty darn good too. The chicken fried steak is great - and different from the rest - the waffles with bits of ham in the batter is tasty! The eggs benedict has the perfect combo of flavors... the buckwheat pancakes are really good - and I don't like buckwheat pancakes. Overall, this old school diner is a nice place to visit.
Sunday Morning. Sometimes you just need a dive. After a Saturday (and sometimes a Friday, too) of overindulgence, this is the place to come. Weak coffee, huge portions, naugahyde booths and waitresses with names like 'Flo' provide your aching head with the perfect hangover remedy. Don't come here sober, the dust hanging off the kitschy ceiling decorations (it's raining cats and dogs!) will bother you. It's a terrible place, and that's exactly what you need. Enjoy.
when you want down-home breakfasts.... ..this is the place. It's full of families and older folks and it's just the spot to fill up on fluffy buttermilk pancakes or hefty omelets. A classic American diner on Aurora.
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