Wanda’s Cafe and Bakery is family owned and operated where you can dine in or grab something to go. It’s a small to medium-sized place with additional seating outdoors. They do not take reservations, so expect to have a wait, but while we waited for breakfast they had coffee available. Parking is limited on site but there is free parking in a close city lot. Named for the original owner’s grandmother, there is no Wanda associated with the place now. Music was in the background and the entrance and check-out are filled with goods for sale, both edible and novelty. The servers were efficient and friendly. It’s a place I’d recommend but I’d like to go on a day they make the fresh cinnamon rolls.
The 2X2X2 contained two thick pieces of French toast, two strips of pepper bacon and two eggs served any style, We added a side of warm maple syrup. The thick pieces of bread were nicely soaked for a moist interior with a crisp exterior. They were topped with a generous amount of butter and were very good with hints of vanilla in the flavor. The bacon was also tasty and the over-easy eggs were cooked perfectly. The maple syrup was just right to finish off this nice plate.
The Nehalem Omelet contained country ham, sautéed bell peppers and onions with cheddar cheese and we added a side of fresh salsa. Omelets come with brunch potatoes (or fruit) and biscuit (or toast, English muffin), The egg in the omelet was quite fluffy and it was nicely stuffed with tasty ingredients. The biscuit was too dense and a bit on the dry side but it came with butter that helped. Also, they brought some fresh marionberry jam that was good with it. The potatoes were nice.