I'm going to let you know right off the bat that this is somewhat of a strange post to write for me. If there are two things I don't do much of that other food bloggers do it's write revisit reviews and write breakfast restaurant reviews. I tend to shy away from the former because most of the time I feel that my opinion the first time was pretty spot on and there really isn't much else to say. As far as the latter truthfully we just don't go out to breakfast very much because I don't get up early enough on the weekends or I just say screw it and make something at home. In this review I'm breaking my rules and doing both of those things because let me tell you Rosie's is worth it.
Those of us who live in or near Noblesville are very lucky to have such awesome breakfast choices when the mood suits us. While Best Bet tends towards the awesome and quirky, Rosie's trends warm and comforting. Kind of like a plush blanket that serves farm fresh eggs, homefries, and homemade well...everything. When The Girlfriend and I showed up at Rosie's on Sunday we were lucky enough to beat the rush and were promptly greeted with a warm smile and a good table. Our server, Jeri, was very nice and quite on her game considering how busy the place eventually became. She explained some very tasty sounding specials including a couple varieties of quiche and a breakfast burrito that sounded rather badass. However, I had my heart set on pancakes and that is exactly what I got.
Ever since I was a little kid I've been somewhat of a connoisseur of pancakes. I'm not of the opinion that all hotcakes are created equal. I tend to prefer big buttermilk pancakes without the crispy edges that develop in some cases. I have to tell you that Rosie's absolutely nailed my pancakes. Soft, pillowy, and large without that dry "cotton" quality that can sometimes occur in big pancakes. And besides my pancakes being almost as big as the plate a standard serving includes 3 pancakes. Plenty of food. No eggs, sausage, or bacon necessary. My one and only minor complaint is that the small cup of syrup they give you isn't really enough to adequately coat the 3 hotcakes. Also, as a side note I tried a bit of The Girlfriend's country eggs benedict, and that's probably what I'll get on my next visit if for some reason the brown sugar and oatmeal pancakes slip my mind.
Taste 10/10 If you told me something from here wasn't good I just wouldn't believe you. Period.
Value 10/10 Our breakfast tasted great, was plenty of food, and came in under 18 bucks before tip including drinks.
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