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Rembrandt's Coffee House

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mapimage 93 S. Eagle Rd. Eagle, ID 83616 208-938-1564

Cheryl Rawden - Idahoeats contributing writer

Rembrandt’s Coffee House in downtown Eagle offers so much more than just coffee! The crowded parking lot is a great indication of a bustling café inside this converted church at 93s Eagle Road close to the intersection of Eagle Rd and old State. Do patrons visit for the coffee, the pastry, the artwork, the atmosphere or all of the above? Boldly painted walls, unusual light fixtures and interesting art for sale all add to the ambiance. If you like Gothic, eclectic, and funky then this is your kind of place!

Several large menu boards hang overhead while a large glass display case tempts the taste buds with a variety of quiches, cheesecakes, lemon bars, tiramisu, and brownies. One menu board is devoted to fair trade coffee, Chai, Italian sodas, worldly teas and bubble tea. Another menu board offers breakfast and lunch options. We went to Rembrandt’s hoping to order breakfast and lunch entrees but our arrival at 11:07 left us with only the option of lunch as breakfast, sadly, had ended exactly at 11 a.m.

Breakfast items include several choices of quiche, omelets, and bagels; egg burritos and eggs Benedict. Cinnamon buns and enticing muffins were also available. Lunch offerings included several varieties of salads (such as Caesar, Marketplace, Stonebridge) in the $6.95 - $7.95 price range; and sandwiches/wraps for $7.95 - $8.95. Sandwiches (including chicken and aioli; Philly steak; grilled tuna or make-your-own) are served with a choice of potato salad, chips or coleslaw. There is also a child’s menu with rather bland items such as the standard grilled cheese and peanut butter & jelly sandwiches. Orders are placed and paid for at the register. Wait staff delivers the food to your table with the choice being indoor dining or patio seating. Since we were intent on having a quiet lunch we opted for the patio. An artsy fountain in the courtyard is surrounded by numerous tables and chairs with large umbrellas and tastefully potted plants. Some attention to the patio is needed as many of the tables were warped and some of the umbrellas wouldn’t open but otherwise it was a pleasant place to dine. 

Our meals were made to order and promptly delivered to our table. The Caesar salad had an ample amount of shaved cheese and croutons. It was accompanied with a delicious wedge of fresh bread. A turkey, avocado, and bacon sandwich on thick grilled bread included ample large chunks of roasted meat and crisp bacon. The raspberry Italian soda was cool and refreshing in a large glass filled with ice, however, on a hot day the ‘fill your own water in a tiny plastic cup from a self-serve container’ option as well as no ice left a lot to be desired!

The web site lists hours for breakfast, lunch and evening appetizers/snacks. Several events occur weekly at the coffee house including family movie night and jazz night. There is no menu offered online. Consult the web site for serving times prior to visiting: https://www.rembrandtscoffeehouse.net/hours.cfm

 
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