When you walk into Nibbley’s, you are in a warm, friendly atmosphere. As you enter the dining area, you pass wonderful pastry cases filled with treats that are difficult to pass up. Walls are adorned with a collection of quilts that tell many stories which Debbie is happy to share. Debbie is quick to say, “Do what you love, love what you do and the money will follow.”
How difficult is it to order breakfast? In this case, it was incredibly difficult. There were so many choices, it was a challenge to select. Our group ordered a variety: Corn Beef Hash, homemade corn beef tossed with bell peppers, onions and country potatoes, served with two eggs and toast; Breakfast Burrito, bell peppers, onions, potatoes, sausage, bacon, ham and eggs scrambled inside a warm tortilla, jack and cheddar cheese and salsa on top with guacamole and sour cream; Mexican Scramble, corn tortilla strips, eggs, green chilies and onions scrambled with melted jack cheese, topped with sour cream and salsa and served with fruit; and of course, Nibbley’s Hearty Oatcakes with a touch of cinnamon. Norm had no idea of the size of the oakcakes and ordered three. Needless to say, he ate about half. I had mine as a side instead of toast with my Mexican Scramble that I was sharing with a friend. It was plenty and delicious. When I return, I’ll probably just have the oakcakes.
Our breakfast fare barely scratches the surface of what Nibbley’s has to offer on its menu. They feature items for the carb conscious, as well as tofu and just about anything you desire. Nibbley’s fresh baked oat bread, wheat bread, cinnamon rolls, muffins, and many other goodies are prepared fresh daily in its own kitchen. Prices are reasonable and the value is tremendous.