Esau’s Cafe

26 Oct

This morning, the husband and I went to Esau’s for breakfast. It was perfect weather to sit outside on their patio. I ordered the Bacado Omelette. It came with bacon, jack cheese, tomatoes, onions, avocado and sour cream. Instead of toast, I had the option of getting corn tortillas with it! This was perfect, as I made miniature tacos with my dish. I think all breakfast spots should have that option!

2 Responses to “Esau’s Cafe”

  1. Toni November 2, 2012 at 5:07 pm #

    Esau’s is wonderful, makes substitutions, will take good care of u. My family owns it so i know their secret omelet ingredient -a WHEAT product- that server may not know. Remind readers to insist server (then tip well) asks cook all restaurants, unless menu says gluten-free. Also, only trust La Tolteca: corn tortillas made in separate building from flour! I got cross-glutened many times from ‘corn’ tortillas/chips

    • glutenfreeinsb November 2, 2012 at 8:46 pm #

      Hi Toni,
      Thanks for sharing. Your family owns Esau’s? What a great opportunity to encourage them to be more proactive in catering to the gluten-free community! Wouldn’t it be wonderful if all of our local eateries had GF labeled menus?! 🙂

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