Frank Crowley Courts Building- Breakfast Review

I had court in Dallas this morning. Like many mornings with court I didn’t eat breakfast at home. Luckily, Frank Crowley has a restaurant with breakfast served until 10:30.

As a public service, and to fill space, here is a quick breakfast review.

I ordered 2 eggs with 3 pieces of bacon, and a diet coke. Very low carb. The total was $4.32.

The first clue that this breakfast was not going to be top quality was when the eggs were scooped out of a warming tray. Now, I could have gotten eggs to order, but I didn’t want to wait. So I went with scrambled. The eggs were cold and could have been powdered eggs.

For a meat option I chose bacon. Bacon is really hard to screw up. I only ask that it is burnt and/or crispy. The bacon was in a nice pile so you could choose which pieces you wanted. I asked for the crispiest pieces. My request was not honored. I received luke warm greasy bacon. I hate greasy bacon.

Here is a picture I took. Having seen enough Top Chef I can tell you that this dish was not “plated well”. The food was merely lumped on the plate and not placed in a feng shui pattern with drizzles of sauce. However, this meal will be judged solely on culinary, not artistic quality.


Final Verdict- This meal was found to be guilty of impersonating a quality breakfast, and sentenced to 6 months State Jail.


4 responses to “Frank Crowley Courts Building- Breakfast Review”

  1. Bill says:

    >>> …and sentenced to 6 months State Jail.

    Watch out — I suspect it’s going to be making a break for it in just a few hours.

  2. Melanie says:

    Dood…I can’t believe they are getting $4.32 for that…nor can I believe you paid that much. Guess that’s why I’m not in charge…

  3. Was that an agreed rec or did the breakfast go before the judge without one?

    On the other hand, was the breakfast really the one at fault? We need to get to the root of the problem.

    Paul B. Kennedy
    Attorney at Law

  4. Ken Lauher says:

    You’re right… that meal does not appear to do much for an individual’s chi. Hope you didn’t bother your performance for the day.

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