I've eaten there for years! MUST have "cast iron blubber", and, "bullet proof ears", or, I really don't feel the need to tidy up everyone's language, and, eating habits!
Probably eat more, you know, if you remove that big stick....just sayin'
Y'all ought to lighten up. King's Chef is classic, if not classy. Have some fun! And besides, the only language that'll hurt those little kids is not knowing the difference between "your" and "you're".
I've heard tales of huge portion sizes, which alone is enough to make me stay away. Let the cheap minded obese hogs who flock to such places (and those AYCE buffets) wolf down all the massive caloric overload they want. Oink.
I won't be back! I could not believe the foul language that the employees use so freely. Everything form F--k to C--t. I was shocked to say the least. If I had been there alone, I would have walked out. Thank God they stopped their cussing when a family with little kids came in. Get some class people, your DISGUSTING.
I can't believe it took me so long to go. Good grief! 30 some years I could have been enjoying their great food and no nonsense customer service. Dyn-o-mite!
When you go, pack your sense of humor. Politically, the owner and I would agree on the necessity of breathing, but that's about it. That being said, he has always treated me and my family, even my two year-old, who can be handful, well.
"Why do we tease? Because we love."
Great place for breakfast and lunch...in the same day because the service is so damn slow, by the time you finish breakfast, it'll be lunch time. The food is just okay but the prices aren't bad and if the service was good, it'd be 100% worth it. Unfortunately, this isn't the case. My husband and I have waited 20+ minutes for something as simple as drink refills. Getting your check is another chunk of your day gone.
Only consider this place if you have a good couple hours to waste and don't mind being thirsty for a good part of your meal.
Only been a handful of times for breakfast, but so far so good! I've never had a problem with them, and even though the prices did go up a bit, I still love the food and especially the green chili!! Great breakfast items!
This place is extremely expensive and the staff is mean and rude. $10.00 plus tax for a double cheese burger and $1.50 for a side of green chile (about 2 table spoons, no kidding). I got a to-go order, the order arrived for the waitress by the cash register, she proceeded to collect the bill and never brought my food over. After she put my money in the till and walked away, I asked, "Is that mine over there?". She replied, (Oh, fu**!). Finally, she brought my food over and I examined the package. Granted, I was a little disgusted by her verbiage, I made a comment as to the size of the side of green chile(seriously 50ml, the size of a shot for $1.50). She then sarcastically replied, "Do you want another?", I chuckled, and said, "I don't want to pay another $1.50. She arrogantly closed with, "If you're going to throw a fit, I'll just throw one in!"...To make a long story short, $13.00 for a double cheese burger with rude service. Oh, and if you want fries, they're an additional $2.00. These people suck!
Amazing food, service can be slow on the weekends but it is worth the wait. The green chili kicks some heat too. I am not brave enough to handle the red chili yet. Biscuts and Gravey are devine. Love Western Omelet,
Love this place! really good reen chili. the staff is always on the spot. i have never waited more than ten minuets for my order. i look foward to going there everytime.
GREAT BREAKFAST,Work on the rest.
Good food, rustic surroundings, decent prices.
Good hometown place to take the family for a relaxed breakfast lunch or early dinner.
Fantasic doughnuts and even better biscuts and gravy.
Been going to Western Omelette for years. Service is always great although on weekends the place gets really crowded so delays in food arrival must be expected. They actually have a warning on the hot salsa...beware it is really hot so if you order it be prepared. There are many regulars and also groups since they are able to accomodate all types on short notice. Parking is easy and the coffee which I have is just fine. By the way if I ever do have a problem with the food the server deals with it with courtesy. Of course usually we go for breakfast so only so much you can do with that meal but I like the fact that they will accomodate your requests. For some reason the atmosphere is just so down to earth that it reminds you of home.
Uh, no. -Not so much. -Friendly, but slow service. Lousy green chili-dry pork pieces, no real kick. Kind of dirty and run -down. No wonder there were seats avaliable at North End, when there was a line out the door at Omelette Parlor just down the street. Next time, I'll wait in line and enjoy a good breakfast.
This place has to be in the top 5 breakfast restaurants in Colorado Springs. They're hashbrowns are the best in town (Buttery Perfection).
My wife and I treid this place based on the Gazette's review. OH BOY, the food critics at the Gazette must be taste bud deficent. To start the coffee is just bitter brown water. With all the staff hang'en out they still couldn't mustare any service that would have been acceptable. Both of our meals were over cooked, but the worst was the fact that our easy over eggs were cooked all the way threw so we had no creamy yolk to dunk the toast in. The pancakes, bacon, and sausage were burnt as well. But when the waitress finely decided to give us some service she didn't even notice that either my wife or I had touched our food. I wouldn't recommend this place for breakfast at ALL.
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