Our first and only brunch was at The Slide Inn. It’s a German spot run by a husband and wife combo. They have an extensive list of dishes that can be made gluten free.
We dropped in on a surprisingly slow Saturday (around 12:30pm). There was only one other table that was dining in.
The inside is funky with a fireplace (right at the front), an electic range of clock decor and a plethora of Keane paintings adorning the walls. Service was excellent and friendly.
The breakfast menu consists of eggs, pfannkuchen and mehr, waffles, house made smoked sausages, burgers and pastas.
Dishes are $10.00 USD to $18.00 USD.
Sausage scramble-house made turkey sausage, sautéed peppers with potato rosti and toast ($14.00 USD)
Opted for the pumpernickel, which was nicely toasted, yet still soft. Everything on the dish was tasty.
Turkey sausage was delicious and the potato rosti silky. Eggs were nicely done and had a good amount of red peppers mixed in.
Apfelschmarrn ($14.00 USD)
Austrian pancake (cut into small pieces) oven baked with an apple cinnamon compote. Smelled like apple pie. Warm, comforting and not too sweet.
Cozy, comfort food at TSI.
The Slide Inn
2348 SE Ankeny St