Dropped by Snooze (An A.M. Eatery) in Hillcrest this morning. Was actually my second visit. Below is my boring Three-eggs breakfast that doesn't really represent best their fun menu. Check out Kirbie and Mary's posts on them for a wider spread.
If you're into Pancakes I think you'll especially enjoy the place. That and the tastefully done Mid-Century modern / '60's Diner mixed decor. Lots of space and great for larger groups. Me, I'm into savory stuff. Asked for the eggs done over-easy as always. The whites were still a bit runny but I tend to not mind that. There seems to be some cheese (Parmesan?) mixed in with the hocky puck Hash Browns which makes it gooey moist and tasty. The downside to it though is that you can never get them done crispy. I've tried asking. They were nice enough to try though. Sausages are extra. Were milder on the sage spice but with a nice heat kick. ($7 + $2.50) Lots of other protein options such as pulled pork, salmon, prosciutto and steak.
My first visit I had the Breakfast Pot Pie. A puff pastry with an egg done any style, smothered with rosemary sausage gravy. Guilty good. If I were to be picky though I think they should stick with dried rosemary for the gravy. The fresh I believe they've used I felt was a bit overpowering. Snooze is located at the old Corvette Diner spot off of 5th.
Snooze, 3940 5th Ave, San Diego, CA 92103
My most inexpensive dinner yet. A Banh Bao Pork Bun at K Sandwiches.
These are denser and not as fluffy as what most Japanese may be used to with their Niku-man's. But aside from the typical minced veggie/pork filling, these also contain a Chinese sausage link And a whole hard boiled quail egg. For a buck-fifty, bravo to that.
K Sandwiches, 7604 Linda Vista Rd, San Diego, CA, 92111