Known for their breakfast and as a coffee shop, I didn’t know what to expect for dinner. Upon arriving, I was swayed between the two ends — hole in the wall diner or fancy date restaurant. The wine bottles and dim lighting give it that date atmosphere. Low priced menu and siner style food give it a diner feel. I like to see Foxy’s as an upscale diner, with diner like prices. In short, the food was good and the price was cheap. Good in my book.
At first, we were given some bread and butter. There were individual toasters on each table where guests can toast up their own bread. I thought this was a nice touch, and who doesn’t like warm, freshly toasted bread? It was a nice start.
I ordered the chilaquiles plate. I had try at least something breakfast like. It was decent, but not the best. The sauce was good, and I liked the salsa and guacamole. I didn’t care for the beans and rice. A nice plate of chilaquiles would have been good for me. The star of this dish was indeed the sauces.
I had a few bites of the tuna melt quesadilla. It was tuna, cheese, lettuce all wrapped inside a tortilla. It was like an over stuffed quesadilla with cheese and tuna. Interestingly, it was tasty, but I don’t know if the tuna was fresh. The fries were normal as ever, possibly frozen, but addictive.
After my meal, I wish I had gotten a normal breakfast plate to see how good it was. I felt like pancakes after my meal, but was too full. They are known for their sticky cinnamon buns, but was too full. I would say this fancy, upscale diner is a perfect spot for a date, for breakfast. That may seem like a lot of a description, but that is what this place exactly is. It’s good, it’s bad, it’s fancy, but cheap. It is all of the above.