Best Omelets In Atlanta

July 20, 2016 8:00 AM

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There’s an art to cooking the perfect omelet. The best are fluffy, beautifully fried on each side over high heat and filled with all your favorite ingredients. It’s what makes an omelet the ultimate crowd pleaser, creativity with flavor combinations by adding ingredients such as tomatoes, basil, mushrooms, chorizo or even seafood. Made right, an omelet can be perfect for breakfast, lunch or even dinner. There are many destinations in Atlanta where patrons can be wowed into flavor inducing comas from eating some well-crafted omelets. Here are the best omelets in Atlanta.
West Egg Cafe
1100 Howell Mill Road
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 872-3973

The West Egg Café is somewhat of a renowned brunch location in the city of Atlanta. Crowds wrap around their sidewalk every weekend, with eager patrons ready and willing to wait in line just to dine at their tables for delicious belly-filled memories. When it comes to omelets, they have quite a few crowd pleasers that include their Westside Pileup Omelet, Pimento Cheese Omelet, Bacon Omelet, or if you want to be the captain of your own ship, try the build your own omelet. West Egg Café is a popular charming restaurant with great service, amazing food and great prices that the entire family can experience and love.

The Original Pancake House
2321 Cheshire Bridge Road
Atlanta, GA 30324
(404) 633-5677

If you ask anyone in Atlanta where to find one of the best omelets in Atlanta, many might just tell you to go the The Original Pancake House and thank them later. They’re known for their extreme love for “pancakes,” hence the name, yet they boast an impressive menu of omelets too. Hands down when you go, try the Western Omelet. It’s absolutely amazingly delicious and filling. They also offer healthier omelets such as veggie omelets and egg white omelets.

Gato Bizco Cafe
1660 McLendon Ave. N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 371-0889

Sometimes the best restaurants are the little guys with big flavor footprints, and Gato Bizco Café is that neighborhood gem that Atlanta patrons have come to adore. It’s a little quaint restaurant in Candler park that offers up some of the most delicious food your taste buds will find divine! Their omelets come in big portions of fluffy, mouthwatering goodness. Ask for the omelet in quesadilla form or try their huevos rancheros, and wow your mouth with explosions of flavor building excitement.

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Serpas True Food
659 Auburn Ave. N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30312
(404) 688-0040

Serpas is a chic and trendy restaurant located in the sprawling intersection of Irwin Street and the iconic Auburn Avenue featuring Cajun-inspired cuisine. They serve dinner but on Sunday’s they are known to have one of the best brunch menus in Atlanta. The star of their brunch menu is their creole omelet. It’s absolutely divine and bursting with shrimp, crab, crawfish and veggies that will blanket your taste buds with flavor. Pair your omelet with some of their tasty beignets and you’ve got the perfect New Orleans brunch in the city of Atlanta.

Buttermilk Kitchen
4225 Roswell Road N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30342
(678) 732-3274

If and when you visit the city of Atlanta, a must-stop destination for some down home southern breakfast is Buttermilk Kitchen. Go early before it fills up and sit down to order their famous pimento cheese omelet, hash browns with rosemary sea salt with one of their buttermilk biscuits. Everything is homemade right down to the jelly spread for your biscuit. If you’re skipping their delicious omelet, go right for their chicken biscuit that will put any chick-fil-a to shame. Bring the entire family for a southern food experience everyone should have when they visit the city of Atlanta.

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Marlena Turner is an Atlanta native and graduated from Georgia State University. With interests in technology, arts and music for the past three years, she has written articles published on and regarding such topics. In her free time she enjoys video games and movies. Read more on