I took Kandie to the Magnolia Pancake Haus yesterday for a birthday breakfast.
I had the jambalaya omelet - it was AWESOME! the eggs were sooo fluffy and light, the sauce was wonderful, and the rice and sausage had just the right amount of spice (yes, rice in an omelet - don't knock it till you try it!).
Kandie had the mushroom and spinach omelet with Swiss cheese.
Both dishes were served with a side of pancakes. I have to say, these were some of the best pancakes I've ever had. Light and fluffy like the eggs, with a gentle dose of vanilla - phenomenal. The only complaint I have is that they don't use real maple syrup. But for fake syrup, what they served wasn't bad. It was relatively light, not the gooey Mrs. Butterworth's crap you get at IHOP.
The price was reasonable - for two omelets, two sides of pancakes, and coffee, our bill was about $22 before tip. The service was very good, and the atmosphere was bright and cheery.
Two thumbs up to Magnolia Pancake Haus - we'll definitely be going back!