Mike’s Cafe & Deli

Written by on July 21, 2012 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(No website found at time of publishing) – Ballston neighborhood, Arlington, Virginia

How I heard of this place: We moved in. We smelled bacon and eggs. We decided to try it.Type of cuisine: Deli style fare with breakfast burritos, sandwiches, and a mini-mart of potato chips, snacks and a range of beverages to boot!

Ambiance: Simple, clean, casual, gas station mini mart with open spaces, windows along two sides between yellow-painted walls, recessed lighting, black, wrought iron patio charis and tables (indoors and out), and a small barquette for additional seating.

What I ordered: On this lazy Saturday morning, Chris selected the Western Omelette ($4.85) with ham, cheese, peppers, mushroom, and onions. We decided I would order Mike’s Burrito ($4.85) with bacon, egg, salsa, sour cream, onion, green peppers, tomato, and hot sauce.

What I loved: Between the two, we decided that the small breakfast burrito won by way of taste.

Why I loved it: No fuss. No muss. No frills. Cheap.

Cost: Low ($4.50 – $5 per breakfast selection)

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