This is not my choice of preference to have breakfast on Sundays but my husband really likes going to Paul so once in a while when he wins the battle or I do not feel like getting creative with a new place to try, only under those circumstances we end up going to PAUL® Bakery Café in North Miami.One thing is true about PAUL is that they are pretty consistent with their breakfast, you will know what you'll get - no surprises.
Dish $7.95 with Orange juice, coffee, and bread (I swear no bacon). Well with the dish above not too much I can say, two eggs sunny side up for my husband. He is always content with this choice, and I think, well if they do not even get the eggs right we wouldn't be here, but really how bad can you make two eggs on a plate taste? Okay, they are at a good temperature and the cracked pepper is not the cheap kind. The price? for me PAUL is overpriced.
Included on the $7.95 is a couple of slices of bread and because their bread is one their strongest points I always ask for extra bread (which they charge $2 or something for it - I think it is stingy of them to charge extra for bread)
Well this is my dish and the bacon is just perfect but so little, this dish is $5.95 (because it is not a combo) but I always have to order extra bacon. The eggs are good (nothing out of the ordinary).
The only problem I have with PAUL is that their prices are a bit high for what they offer. I have tried other dishes on their menu but really there are so many other good choices for the same type of food that I usually avoid them. Their pastries are good and although they were excellent before, I think that they took it down a notch when it comes to produce quality maybe because of the economic crisis? I don;t know, but I felt a difference the last time I bought pastries from them.
14861 Biscayne Blvd
North Miami, FL 33181
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