What a find this was. Randy and Carole Worhrle and their children provide a memorable buffet experience. This is not one of your usual buffets, nor is it brunch. It is breakfast offered with made to order omelets done for us on several occasions by daughter Leeann who really knows her omelets. This last visit of the summer had Randy at the omelet pan as Leeanne has gone off to college. The sons of the family Nicky and Chris are busy managing the kitchen and producing a family recipe french toasts that are to die for. They taste like a hot sticky bun.
Beside your cups of hot coffee and cold juice you can choose from fresh fruit served in a watermelon, bread pudding, Belgian waffles, Blueberry blintzes, eggs, cheese and Canadian bacon on an English muffin, bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, bagels, pastries, cereal, and if you request it toast.
The omelets are what greet you as you walk in the door and on busy days you place your order before you even have a seat. On that first day it wasn’t quite as busy and Carole brought me some of her homemade jelly with my toast. We are now regulars and we get a greeting when we arrive. Oh, did I forget to mention, all this is only $7.95!!!
The atmosphere is very soothing, pastel colors and soft music playing. The walls are decorated with crafts. If you prefer there is a glass atrium, which offers a large additional seating area. There are booths along the walls and tables in the center. This is a children friendly restaurant.
Now Kay’s also serves lunches and dinner and since the buffet stops the week after Labor Day we will have to try another meal until next summer. Believe me, we can hardly wait.
By the way, the restaurant serves Italian food made from Randy’s mother’s recipes and Kay was her name.
Open 7 days a week 11am-11pm.
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Staten Island, New York
August 29, 2006
From journal Pocono Mini Vacations
October 19, 2002
From journal Our Summer in the Poconos