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Reveil #288010
08/30/2022 08:56 AM
08/30/2022 08:56 AM
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mahokid Offline OP
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After seeing all those pictures from fellow posters, I got a reprieve from cooking breakfast and traveled over to Simpson Bay to Reveil

As expected we were warmly greeted by Kareen, the whole staff seemed very happy

We started with two specialty coffees which were almost like having dessert first, but once you got past the topping the expresso coffee was very good

There is certainly plenty of different choices and I went out of the usual (big benedict fan) choosing the nachos dejeuner

a cassoulet of light nacho chips were topped with eggs, meats, scallions, cheese, tomatoes, avocado and hollandaise (salsa & sour cream on side)
Of course it was very large and I demolished only half

MLW selected hard scrambled, bacon and light strawberry pancakes, maybe a bit too conservative for me

breakfast with tip was just shy of $60, maybe why I cooked almost all breakfasts but it was very nice to eat out and spend some time among the locals who are so friendly

Cash only

Thank you to all for the recommendation and pictures of the food

If you are going out to eat, Reveil may be hard to beat

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Re: Reveil [Re: mahokid] #288012
08/30/2022 09:01 AM
08/30/2022 09:01 AM
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Oh, Reveil is IMPOSSIBLE to beat, for sure! We generally only go out to breakfast once per trip, but lately it is always Reveil! Can't believe you didn't get any of their marvelous fruit salads. They are amazing! We always take home at least half of my breakfast and enjoy it the next day. That coffee looks way too much for me though.


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Re: Reveil [Re: mahokid] #288014
08/30/2022 09:05 AM
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My biggest gripe with Reveil is that they admitted they don't make their own hollandaise for their benedicts!

Re: Reveil [Re: mahokid] #288016
08/30/2022 09:10 AM
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Ontario Canada
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One of our favourite breakfast spots. Our first breakfast when we return in Dec will be at the SMYC. The vacation officially starts when that Caesar ( Bloody Mary) hits the table

Re: Reveil [Re: mahokid] #288026
08/30/2022 10:49 AM
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Glad you enjoyed Reveil . We ate there this last May and really enjoyed our long visit with the owner. Very personable.

Re: Reveil [Re: mahokid] #288041
08/30/2022 12:36 PM
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We loved Reveil when we tried it for the first time on our last trip as well...... Thanks so much for all your reports and pics... I have several new recommendations on my ever-growing hope to try out list!


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Re: Reveil [Re: Whale Tail] #288063
08/31/2022 07:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Whale Tail
One of our favourite breakfast spots. Our first breakfast when we return in Dec will be at the SMYC. The vacation officially starts when that Caesar ( Bloody Mary) hits the table


Funny that's how we end our vacation, late breakfast and Bloody Mary's at SMYC!

Re: Reveil [Re: mahokid] #288081
08/31/2022 10:42 AM
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Always stop for breakfast at Reveil! Big portions and great food as well as friendly staff.


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Re: Reveil [Re: mahokid] #288236
09/02/2022 08:23 PM
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Great place. Extensive menu, large portions of excellent food and friendly efficient service. It’s a must for us each trip.


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