The 10 Best Omelets in Kansas!
This French classic is a celebrated meal for many breakfast lovers. The best omelets are made with a little bit of everything. Whether you’re looking for a meat-loaded omelet or an all-veggie option, you can find excellent varieties at these excellent Kansas eateries.
If you wake up and you are craving the best, biggest omelet you can find, look no further than the Wagon Wheel Café in Marysville. They serve lots of great food at this café, but it’s the omelet that they talk about throughout Kansas.
Everyone should stop-in at the Made From Scratch restaurant in Wilson and order one of their excellent omelets. But if you are hungry for Swiss cheese, brisket and eggs, the locals will tell you to try, the “swissket” omelet!
This small-town café orders up one of the best Kansas omelets in the state. A healthy size omelet full of eggs, onions, cheese, meats and peppers, simply the best.
Unique omelets can be ordered up just the way you like it at Ginger Sue’s in Olathe. Called a “bruncheonette” café where you can order a characteristic omelet, a known omelet, or build your own. At Ginger Sue’s you will always “eat among friends.”
The Butterfly Café at Renner (air) Field in Goodland is known for its great breakfasts and that includes this café’s omelets. They are said to be bigger than Texas, so come hungry.
Upscale, trendy, and welcoming to all is the Sunday brunch at YaYa’s Euro Bistro in Wichita. A full array of breakfast treats awaits you, but the “omelet station” creates the perfect omelet made to order!
At Le Peep in Lenexa they serve great omelets every minute of the day that their doors are open. You can choose any of their “Hall of Fame Omelets” or “Build Your Own” omelet. Any omelet you choose you won’t be disappointed.
They serve lots of good food, teas and coffees at the Blue Moon Café in Pratt, but stop by and try their wonderful omelets. A local favorite is the “veggie” omelet.
The Catty Shack Café in Chanute offers four mouthwatering omelets for breakfast and they will make it hard to decide which one. But this locally owned and operated café makes a popular “fajita” omelet not usually found on an omelet menu.
The Santa Fe Café in Overland Park offers seven “Trail Omelets” from their breakfast menu and all of them are delicious. The atmosphere is relaxing and the staff is friendly.