In the small town of Richland, there are two little restaurants that attract the most customers. East Egg and Liz’s Café are the most popular breakfast and lunch places to eat. They are among my favorite because of their economical prices, freshly cooked food and proximity to my house.
East Egg is a breakfast and lunch restaurant just north of downtown Richland. Offering a wide-spread menu consisting of omelets and toast to soups and salads, East Egg easily fits the needs of any type of customer. The service is good and fast, the inside is friendly and the price of food is very affordable. My favorite food to eat there is the three egg omelet with hash browns and a side of a pancake. I have yet to eat lunch there, but hearing from my friends and family who have, East Egg has just as good of a lunch menu as any other restaurant in the area. I highly recommend going to check out what East Egg has to offer and experience one of the best restaurants in the area for breakfast and lunch.
Liz’s Café is another restaurant and is one of East Egg’s biggest competitors. Located in downtown Richland, Liz’s offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Their menu is very similar to East Egg’s, offering three egg omelets, toast and other breakfast items. But, in addition, they also serve dinner which consists of burgers, appetizers and dessert. The price of their food is also very affordable, and the service is as good as any restaurant I have ever been to. Personally, East Egg is my favorite out of the two, but I do love Liz’s burgers and fries, which I order almost every
If you find yourself in Richland looking for a place to eat, I highly recommend choosing East Egg or Liz’s Café. Both of these restaurants offer a quick, friendly stop to grab a bite to eat. They are two of the cleanest, most well-kept restaurants in the area, and the workers care about you more than anything. The atmosphere is always happy, and everyone who eats at either Liz’s or East Egg is bound to have a smile on their face at least once. Without a doubt, I will be visiting both of these restaurants again in the future.
By Jeffrey Adamski