Sunday, August 17, 2008

Roland Frasier Reviews Posidon By The Beach In Del Mar

This is another in the Roland Frasier Reviews series of restaurant reviews. Today, I'm going to review Posidon by the beach in Del Mar, California.

If you're in the San Diego area and looking for some great omlettes with an unbeatable beachside, outdoor dining milieu, then you must go try Posidon in Del Mar.

The restaurant is perched directly on the beach at Del Mar and offers stunning views of the coastline and the beautiful sounds and smells of the ocean and crashing waves just a few yards away.

The omlettes are great, although when the place is crowded the service can be quite slow, but that just gives you more time to enjoy your conversation and the amazing views.

They open for breakfast on Sunday, my favorite day to go, at 9AM sharp and tables are hard to come by around 9:30, so get there early if you're planning on going.

Do stay away from the iced tea, which is inconsistent and can be quite scary tasting when it's off.

Also, don't forget to bring a hat and sunglasses as the morning sun easily evades the sunbrellas set up on the border of the outdoor dining area and it can be quite sunny and warm.

All in all, this is a great spot to go and appreciate the benefits of living in an oceanside community if you are a local San Diegan, and also a fabulous place to take visitors and tourists whenever you are in the San Diego area.

Oh, and lest we forget, the place is kid friendly - just imagine the joy of sipping your favorite cocktail while enjoying a tasty breakfast as your kids play in the sand and surf within easy shouting distance from you.

How can you go wrong with that?

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