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March 7th, 2011 4:09 pm Caitlin Mccarthy | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2011: Nancy's Kitchen

You will probably be the youngest customer in Nancy’s Kitchen, but having brunch with the octogenarian set has its perks. There’s no waiting for a table at this relatively obscure shopfront eatery, nor will it take long to have a signature Nancy’s cinnamon roll whisked to your table ($2.75). The scrambles and skillets get the job done with few frills: Take the fluffy eggs; bright, thick-cut peppers and onions; and thin strips of steak on the Portland steak omelette ($8.95). Skip the bland oven-fried potatoes and opt for a fresh biscuit as a side instead. Nancy’s turns into a deli/sandwich shop for the lunch hour, but its breakfast is highly suggested. Remember those cinnamon buns? Nancy makes a French toast out of ’em ($6.95).

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