Andy's kitchen is on Staples off the main north-south freeway that runs to North Padre Island. Just head east (away from the gulf) on Staples and Andy's will be on the right. By the way, Andy's Kitchen has been in business for 35 years. Not too many restaurants last that long. And come early, there's a crowd.
Steak & Eggs:
Breakfast steak is just thick enough for them to prepare it your way. Mine is medium-rare. Look at the hash browns, they're brown. Below are Andy's good biscuits.
There is only one other restaurant (Lisa's Taco of SA) where the menu offered a chorizo and bean combination. It's a deep secret of best Tex-Mex flavor that I have discovered in my travels. Add cheese and I'm in heaven. I ordered two chalupas and elected to have an egg on one. Love them both ways.
Custom Scramble with Custom Hash Browns!
Fried Pork Chops:
Note that this plate comes with two fried pork chops, but you can get them grilled as well. The plate comes with eggs, hashbrowns, and bread (I got the biscuits). What a great taste!
Andy's Sampler Platter:
Large, but not too large. This platter comes with eggs any style, hash browns, biscuits and gravy, two sausage paddies, two bacon slices, and a stack of silver dollar pancakes. Note the bacon is perfectly cooked. The scrambled eggs are a Tex-Mex scramble where the eggs are lightly beaten. If you prefer French scramble, then get the eggs fried. I saved the leftover pancakes for dessert (see below).