Before our day of drinking began, we thought it would be best to get an early brunch in. We decided to try The Jammery which is famous for their jams (duh) and waffles.
We dropped in on a Friday morning (around 10:00am) and luckily had a short 15 minute wait for a table. While we waited, we perused the gift shop area briefly.
Get their early or you’ll be waiting for awhile. Service was decent but only one server was wearing a mask. Every other worker wasn’t, which was shocking. Only restaurant we’ve been to that’s been so lackadaisical about it.
The menu is split into benny’s, breakfast, sandwiches and wraps, soups and salads.
3x Coffee ($3.49) – generic but they came back once to refill everyone’s cups.
2x All you can eat waffle ($15.99)
Golden Belgian waffle topped with your choice of sauce and whipped cream. We opted for the blueberry waffle with strawberry sauce and three pieces sausages. It’s AYCE but that gets nullified if you share with someone else. We wanted to order a half order but our waitress wouldn’t let us.
Waffles were light and fluffy. Whipped cream was freshly made.
O opted for bacon with his waffles. He was able to order a second round.
Breakfast paella ($19.99)
Real lobster, crab, scallops and shrimp in a lemon tarragon butter over hashbrowns. We opted for soft poached eggs. The dish also came with two pieces of toast and jams. Wish they hadn’t buttered them.
The eggs were good; soft and oozy. Not a lot of seafood and the paella description is misleading. It’s a breakfast hash. Decent but nothing out of the ordinary.
Fruit was not worth the price point but you get a mix of green grapes, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and pineapple.
Decent brunch but I wouldn’t come if there was a long wait.
8038 Highway 97