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Sunday, May 20, 2012

Mama's Daughters'

When you talk to any Dallasite about good greasy spoons, they all know Mama's Daughters'!  With several locations in Dallas Fort-Worth they have build their reputation on breakfast. Although I have not been to every location, I have been to their  Lewisville restaurant and most recently visited their newest location in Plano. You can visit Mama's Daughters' official website to find the one nearest you.

This newest location, located off of Park and Midway in Plano (in the old Chuck's), has a great classic diner theme! It is bright, cheerful, and fun feeling. This particular location is very easy to find and has plenty of parking, unlike some of their other locations. They offer counter service, patio service, and have a nice private dining room perfect for parties or get togethers.  They have a large open kitchen great for spectator dining at the counter and a couple of TVs are also well position if you want to catch the daily news ticker.

The food is what you expect at a down home, greasy spoon restaurant. The entrees are all very reasonably priced and the portion sizes are large. The food comes out hot and fast! I am not sure what all they make in-house, but everything sampled looked and tasted fresh. Mama's Daughters' is not known for any unique or special breakfast flavors which is why quality and flavor are just average and run of the mill. Although the Mama's Daughters' menu has other homestyle items, only the coffee, eggs, home fries, biscuits & gravy, and buttermilk pancakes were sampled. 

The service is casual as you expect at any greasy spoon. The staff is friendly, attentive, and rough around the edges. They have a cashier in the front, so getting out is quick and easy. Overall this new location is decent place for breakfast if your the area. It is not winning a place in our 2012 Best Breakfast list, but it ain't bad. Check it out and come back here to tells us what you think!

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