I had breakfast with Stephanie and little Koa at a Spokane landmark today, Little Euro. Featuring old fashioned European staples from Hungarian breakfast goulash to potato pancakes and ableschivers
At 517 N Pines in Spokane Valley, Washington little Euro has such a local following that we were waiting more than 30 minutes to be seated at 10:30 on Sunday when most customers would still be in church. I hate to speculate on brunch crowds.
Their Goulash starts with scrambled eggs, hash browns and cheese. To this is added any number of customized combinations. I went traditional with ham, sausage, bacon, pepper, onions and tomatoes. All of the ingredients were cooked perfectly and the combination made for an amazingly filling and flavorful breakfast. Served with a short stack of pancakes for $13.99 it is one of the best breakfasts I've had in a very long time.
If you find yourself in Spokane, do yourself a favor and stop in. You can thank me later.