I am, hands down, a breakfast lover. I could eat breakfast any time of the day except for well, breakfast time. Who does that? Every time David and I venture out to a new city or a city we haven’t been to in a while we always try to find new and interesting places to eat. Yelp, is always to the rescue though I always read the comments to see how picky people are being in their reviews of the place. One morning while I was searching for breakfast in Colorado Springs, The King’s Chef Diner pulled up with really high ratings. Their logo and site seemed more like a stoner’s bad dream but they stated that they use all natural beef, eggs, etc. in their food which always peaks my interests so needless to say, this was going to be our breakfast for the morning.
We headed downtown and found the restaurant sitting on the corner and not looking too extremely busy yet. Though it was December and freezing so no one would opt to sit outside. We were seated and opened up the menu to see what it had to offer. Funny enough the menu was all related to kings, dragons, etc. which continued to remind me of a stoner’s type of place, lol. After browsing for a few minutes we finally made a decision on 3 different entrees. My son went with french toast, I went with the “Grump” and David chose the basics. I guess I was the only one feeling adventurous which usually isn’t the case.
Once our food came and I dove into that warm mound of deliciousness I was sold. The Grump, the french toast, even the basics were the tastiest breakfast in Colorado Springs that we had found. The only downside to the diner was that they only accepted cash but regardless, the King’s Chef Diner will now be a must have for every trip to or near Colorado Springs. I have since bought ingredients and replicated the breakfast at home several times. Not nearly as good but still damn delicious.