Has anyone else noticed this to be true: of the three meals, breakfast, lunch, and dinner, only breakfast tastes good at any time of the day? Unless of course you are in college and accustomed to eating any food at any time, this truism is right on. A breakfast meal tastes good at six a.m., noon, or six p.m.
Having said that, may we suggest you check out the Country Breakfast at Chef Point Café? First a word about the title Country Breakfast: If you are like us those words conjure up images of sitting in the farmhouse, a hard day of farm labor ahead, or sitting in the ranch house with horses waiting to kick dust in your face. What you need before a hard day or work on the farm or ranch is a hearty meal that will stick to your bones and give you the nourishment necessary to tackle the toughest of jobs.
And that is exactly what we are talking about with the Country Breakfast menu at Chef Point Café.
Again for six dollars you get biscuits and gravy with two open-faced biscuits topped with country gravy and served with hash browns and we guarantee this is a gut-buster for only the heartiest of eaters.
And finally for nineteen dollars we have the hungry man breakfast, namely a 12 oz rib eye steak served with two eggs, toast and hash browns and worth every one of those nineteen dollars and worthy of any wildcat driller or bronc-buster.
What stumps the staff at Chef Point Café and the clientele as well is how a Nigerian-born chef like Chef Franson can understand American traditional meals so well AND prepare them like grandma once did, or at least how we wished grandma once prepared them? It is a mystery we may never solve but will forever be grateful.
So seriously, what in the world are you waiting for? Head on down to the Fort Worth family restaurant known and voted as the best family restaurant in the area. Fine dining at family prices; the Chef Point Café is down-home cookin’ even grandma would approve of.