Thursday, March 30, 2017

Schobel's Restaurant in Columbus TX

Look at this sausage and egg.  It's one of Schobel's new Benedict dishes.  If you haven't been to Schobel's in a few years, then you need to make the stop in Columbus off I-10.

If you have never been to Schobel's, the restaurant is in Columbus between Houston and San Antonio.  Take Exit 696 off I-10 and go north for a block and you will be staring at the front entrance.   This is a must stop for breakfast or lunch.

Thea Rose:

Just your standard Eggs Benedict (poached eggs, ham, English muffin, and Hollandaise sauce), but with a kick ... salsa and jack cheese.  This is a great dish to start the day with.

Western Omelet:

My cousin BJ snagged this dish on our road trip to DC.  Ham-tomato-onions-bell pepper-chaddar cheese.  It's one of four omelets that they make.

The Hudson:

Here is Eggs Benedict going down a different road: biscuits, sausage, poached eggs, cheddar cheese, all topped with cream gravy.  I had this dish at another restaurant (now closed), and they called it Eggs Benedict Arnold.  This mutation of Eggs Benedict is a favorite of mine.

French Toast:

The bacon was an add-on.  The French toast was great: homestyle bread, powdered sugar, and cinnamon.  I added the butter and syrup.

The Bengal (aka Chicken-Fried Steak):

Nice size steak perfectly fried.  I had to have it with biscuits and more gravy.  The dish comes with eggs, grits/hash-browns.  This plate will provide you with your calories, carbs, and fats for the day.

The Weekend Buffet

The buffet is served up to 10:30 on Saturday and Sundays.  This is one of the more extensive country-breakfast buffets that I have come across.  I did not show pictures of the cereal and fresh fruit options.


Biscuits & Sausage Gravy

Fried Chicken Strips & Gravy

Potatoes & Scrambled Eggs

Bread Pudding

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