Omelette Inn

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Today I cruised down to the Omelette Inn on my bicycle. I figured it would be a nice ride down the bike path and since Downtown Long Beach is so bicycle friendly now I thought it would be a nice way to work up an appetite for an awesome Omelette. I took me about 20 minutes to ride down there and it was pretty easy to get through the streets and pull up to the Omelette Inn. Of course parking there was a snap because I was able to lock my bike right up to the gate that surrounds the outside of their patio area.

This is the second time that I have eaten at this restaurant and of course I came down and ordered some omelets. There where four of us and everybody walked away nice and full with a big smile on their face. I highly recommend this place if you are looking for an authentic and old school downtown long beach eatery.

Here is what we ordered in terms of omelets.

Hickory smoked bacon, fresh spinach and swiss cheese topped with sour cream, black olives and green onions.

This one is pretty straight forward. Its a Avocado, Bacon and Chedder Cheese Omelette

The Popeye
3 Egg Whites scrambled with chopped fresh spinach and homed salsa.

Ham Steak and Eggs
8oz. Ham prepared with 2 eggs any style, toast and hash browns.

There is parking on the street which is kind of tough to find or you can park in the covered parking garage behind the Omelette parlor. The first 2 hours are free parking and I am not sure what the rates are after that but I think they go up quite a bit.

5 / 5 stars     
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14 Thoughts on “Omelette Inn

  1. Thanks for sharing. In Quincy, MA you can get a wicked good omelet at the Wheelhouse Diner. The photos look delicious.

  2. Best omelette I’ve ever had (and I LOVE me some eggs) was at FishTails in Newport, OR. Fluffy and tall, just the right amount of bacon, cheese and mushrooms. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

  3. Sounds good, but a bit far for me. When I’m in the mood for an EXCELLENT omelette I go home to my Jerry. There’s no omelettes so far, that have come close to his:)

  4. I have given up buying Omelettes I have not found a place that makes them as good I make them, however I was taught by my chef daughter !

  5. We’ve quite a few cafes in Willunga where you can get omelettes – come on over and give them a try. We’ve also got our famous Farmer’s Market to get the eggs and accompaniments – breads, salads, oils etc

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