Everything is bigger in Texas—including breakfast. But with so many delicious breakfast options, it can be difficult to find the Holy Grail—the place that makes the most moist, cheesiest, most delicious omelet. We think we’ve found them. Here are the 10 best places for omelets in the state.
This famous Houston eatery, located inside a renovated gas station, is a culinary and culture hub. The café aims to “combine a comfortable European atmosphere, fabulous food, and friendly service” for their breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch customers. Their omelets come as “create-your-owns,” with nine cheeses, seven meats, and 11 vegetables to choose from.
Just because Panchos and Gringos Deli is a budget option doesn’t mean they skimp on the flavor. Their huge omelets make up a sizable part of the breakfast menu and are at least one of the many reasons why customers keep coming back for more. Customers note the great customer service, too.
The Bouldin Creek Café in Austin, Texas, specializes in vegetarian food. The breakfast menu includes a sizeable omelet section. Choose between a tofu or egg and cheese omelet. From there, go for one of four of their specialty preparations.
Yolk is a breakfast spot that has quickly spread throughout Texas, Illinois, and Indiana, with two Dallas locations and another in Fort Worth. They’re known for their creative take on breakfast. Choose from one of four signature omelets or build your own. You can’t go wrong at Yolk.
River Oaks Café has a location in River Oaks and another in Fort Worth. Both locations serve fantastic breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. They have five signature omelets, but our favorite is the Kitchen Sink Omelet, served with ham, bacon, sausage, bell peppers, onions, green chilies, and cheese plus bread.
The Vickery Café brings an old school diner sensibility to the downtown Fort Worth neighborhood while maintaining authentic Texas flavors. The omelet menu includes 10 unique options with an 11th build-your-own option. The Tex-Mex was the standout for us.
The Kitchen at 150 Sunset in El Paso, Texas, specializes in serving healthy food. They only have one omelet on the menu, but when it’s this good, you don’t need more options. Their omelet comes with roasted turkey, green chile, white cheddar and avocado with an arugula salad on the side.
The highly rated Andy’s Kitchen is a Corpus Christi breakfast tradition. Churchgoers often stop by after Sunday service to enjoy their delicious egg dishes. The “Ultimate” omelet comes with four eggs, five meats, four cheeses, and seven veggies. It’ll have you thanking the good lord for your taste buds.
The Eggsellent café is simply excellent. Whether you frequent the Frisco or Carrolton location, you’re sure to find great service and delicious breakfast food all seven days of the week. Their omelets are served with hash browns or grits with a choice of toast or pancakes.
The Cast Iron Grill restaurant in Lubbock, Texas, is a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner. They’re open Monday through Friday for breakfast and lunch. They offer five different omelets, but our favorite is the “Cast Iron Omelet,” stuffed with cheese, sausage, bacon, ham, tomato, onion, bell pepper, and mushroom.