My mom and I recently had breakfast at the new Chow restaurant in Danville. I’ve been lucky enough to go to Chow several times since it opened last summer, but it was my mom’s first time. While Chow has ample seating indoors (and a fireplace!), we chose to sit outside because the weather was sunny and warm.
My mom had the Mexican Scramble, which has eggs, avocado, chiles, cheese, sour cream, salsa and black beans on tortillas. I have ordered this scramble before and it was declicious! It is a very large portion — enough for two people or to take home for lunch.
I had the Cafe Fanny Granola with yogurt, raspberries, strawberries and blueberries. I wasn’t too hungry so this was the perfect size. And just the right proportions of fruit, granola and yogurt.
There are also Chow restaurants located in Lafayette and San Francisco’s Sunset and Castro districts. Open from breakfast through dinner, Chow’s mission is to serve “healthy, high quality comfort food at affordable prices.” While not all of the food on the menu is strictly healthy, the food certain is high quality, affordable and always delicious.