$25 for $50 Worth of Traditional American Fare at Breko Cafe
- Affordable western fares
- Indoor and outdoor seating
- Open till late
- Great service staff
Dressing up to eat only to find a mustard stain on your mustard suit can cause a feeing of mustard. Put on your best shorts and slippers and head down to Holland Village with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of Food and Drinks at Breko.
Quench your western palette with Breko's wide menu of traditional and unique western fares at affordable prices. For the early risers, BREKfast includes the usual fare of bacon, eggs and pancakes, served in an array of different dishes to choose from. Peter Pan ($7) consists of larger than large freshly made pancakes with fried egg and a choice of banana chipolata sausage or bacon. For something for unique, the Brekkie in a Pan ($9.50) consist of grilled sausage, grilled bacon and runny egg baked in tomato sauce and serve with toast. Entrees include the carnivorous options of NZ Prime Ribeye ($16.90) and Southern Fried Chicken ($13.50). Those opting for burgers and sandwiches can choose a healthy fare of Roasted Chicken sandwich ($7.50) or Garden Wich ($6.50), while those going for the personal record of the biggest burger ever eaten can order the King Kong Burger ($16.90), consisting of two pieces of thick juicy beef patty with bacon and cheese or the Fishermann Burger ($13.50) of double-decked golden fish in a bun. Breko also serve pasta, baked rice, pizza and side bites. Round off your meal with thirst quenching choice of Ice Tea Float ($5.50) or an option from their Twister range such as Green Horn ($5.90) or Cookie Monster ($6.50). If you have more room to fill after that belly-stuffed meal, have the Mudslide ($8.90), a mix of coco crunch, kit kat, banana and lots of chocolate ice-cream topped with mint, coffee and chocolate sauce or a more subdue dessert of Waffle with Ice-cream ($7.50).
Aside from good food and affordable price, Breko is a usual hunt for football fans as matches are screened almost every night, with a side serving of ice-cold beers (2 for $12). For the anti-footballers, come down and ogle at Breko's decor of tastefully drawn naked women on their walls. Thank God for shorts and slippers, because your pants' button might pop when you leave this place.
903 Facebook users liked their restaurant:
“A place where me and my friends hang out the most....” – Julia Lai
“I ordered the Mushroom Chez Burger ($12.90), which came with a huge serving of fries and coleslaw. The burger came on two halves of perfectly-toasted buns, the usual vegetable works of lettuce and tomatoes, cheddar, patty and mushrooms. The beef patty was so well-seasoned and so tasty. The mushrooms that topped the patty were also freshly-sauteed, but not overcooked, so that it still retained a bit of crunchiness left.” - DSYLXEIC