Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Inn on Coventry

While we're not east-siders, I'm still surprised that it took us this long to dine at the Inn on Coventry.
Their Lemon Ricotta Pancakes are famous.
Even this non-pancake lover can see why. I stole two bites of Mr. H's pancake.

They have many other flavors of pancakes, and a wide selection of omelets, egg specialties, south of the border-inspired dishes, and inn specialties. The restaurant also features daily specials. That's just the breakfast portion of the menu!

The Corned Beef Hash was a common order at our table of six diners, but it was determined that Big Al's is still better.

I went with the Turkey Benedict, with turkey sausage patties, grilled English muffin, poached eggs, and Hollandaise sauce ($8.49).
The eggs were cooked perfectly, with just enough runny, golden yolk without any under-cooked egg white. I hate that. The sausage was flavorful, and while hearty, it was quite good.

The place is very popular, and people were packed in on a Sunday morning. We had to wait a bit for a table, so plan accordingly.

Inn on Coventry
2785 Euclid Heights Boulevard
Cleveland Heights, OH 44106

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1 comments:

mangovino said...

We've been back already since this visit - those pancakes keep calling my name! Last time I ordered a crepe filled with chicken, asiago and spinach - really really good!