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Carman's Country Kitchen
Posted by Soup on 05/21/2010
I ate at Carman's Country Kitchen two weeks ago and it has really good breakfast food. A meal does costs about $12, but the portions are huge, delicious, and completely worth it. The people that work there are so friendly and helpful. They even gave my friend and I a few bites of what they were having for breakfast so we could try another of their dishes. It felt like all the good parts of eating in a friends house, and they make a real effort to remember dinners names. They have four items at a time. A pancake or waffle, an oatmeal, an egg dish, and some type of lunch like item. There is also a type of meat, like turkey sausage, that can be ordered on the side. Show up early if you can, seating is extremely limited at about 10 chairs! Check their times before going, I went on a Friday morning, but I think they have limited hours. Their are only two reasons that I can think someone would not want to go: 1.If you have young children; Most parents would not find the semi-explicit art and phallic objects appropriate. 2.If you are a prude and can't handle adult themes; This place is has a lot of 'shock' items, but it is also filled with 'country' items and is supper friendly and open. If you can handle bridal-shower-style gag gifts then you can handle this. I can't recommend this place enough and I will definitely go back when I am in the area.
Posted by South Philly dude on 09/06/2009
The food was really good, no doubt. But, hey-o, dinner prices for breakfast. Not to mention how tight and cramped the atmosphere. And I would not bring kids, could be awkward. As the motto of the restaurant is "we put the cunt back in country" (no joke)