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Goldy's Breakfast Bistro
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108 S Capitol Blvd. Boise, ID 83702
208-345-4100


Cheryl Rawden - Idahoeats contributing writer

There aren’t many restaurants that serve breakfast at the lunch hour so we headed over to Boise’s historic district to a sure thing, Goldy’s!!! It’s been a main staple at 108 S. Capitol Boulevard for many years. The wait staff is friendly and accommodating and the atmosphere is quirky and upbeat. There’s not a lot of seating upstairs or downstairs, and if you go on the weekend expect a wait! If you sit upstairs you can’t help but notice the feathered light bulb chandelier from Germany.

Our waiter didn’t mind our bombardment of questions and when asked about potato side dishes his response was “if you don’t like it I won’t charge you for it”. Few establishments offer this kind of service.

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The menu features delicious scones, muffins and sticky buns as well as a variety of egg dishes including omelets and eggs with salmon, cucumber & dill Hollandaise on an English muffin. They serve the usual meats of ham and bacon but also chicken pesto sausage and Basque chorizo, and for potato sides there’s sweet potato hash browns or corned beef hash to name a few. There’s a limited lunch menu with fish and chips, a few wraps and sandwiches but Goldy’s is known for their exceptional breakfast fare!

We ordered stuffed sourdough banana French toast ($6.25), Eggs Benny ($6.99) and Red Flannel Hash ($2.95). Do try the iced tea ($1.95) as it’s a very unusual concoction of three types of tea: Earl Gray; black and mint! The waiter brought slices of lemon, a glass of iced tea and a carafe full of tea. Our food arrived within a matter of minutes. The eggs were cooked as requested and topped with thick slices of Black Forest ham and a divine Hollandaise sauce but the real show stopper was the Red Flannel Hash. If you’ve never experienced hash browns with beets and bacon before you simply don’t know what you are missing!

 

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