After checking out of the Harrison Resort, it was around 11:30am and we wanted some breakfast at Muddy Waters. However, unfortunately the restaurant stops serving breakfast at 11:00am and we had to drive out to Agassiz. Having explored the small town before, we remembered that Oasis offers all day breakfast so we dropped by. The restaurant has a high ceiling, is well ventilated as well as squeaky clean, and the chalkboard menu is at the front. The staff is also very friendly and welcoming.
LONG HAUL, OASIS EGG BENNY AND TOMATO ROASTED GARLIC.
SOUP OF THE DAY, LARGE. CREAMY TOMATO ROASTED GARLIC ($6.00).
The soup has a smooth consistency and tastes creamy as well as rich.
OASIS EGG BENNY. EGGS, HAM, HOUSE SAUCE AND HASH BROWN ($9.00). The eggs benedict are perfectly poached with a nice crust and a runny yolk. Also, the slices of ham have a nice thickness and tastes slightly salty like usual. And the english muffins do not taste soggy. As for the hollandaise, the house sauce taste very light as well as tasty and has a slight citrus taste. And for the side of hash browns, although there is no nice crispiness, the potatoes taste simple and made to order.
LONG HAUL. EGGS, BACON, SAUSAGE, HASH BROWN AND WHOLE WHEAT BREAD ($9.00). The bread is perfectly toasted with a smear of butter and the eggs are over easy as requested. As for the bacon, the restaurant does not cheap out and the slices are quite thick as well crispy (not flimsy compared to Chuck & Kitty's!). Also, the sausages are butterflied which makes it easier to eat and I like the grilled taste on both sides. For the price? The value is definitely there.
TOTAL: $28.35 + TIP $6.65 = $35.00
Overall we tipped 20% because the staff was friendly, and the female cook also came up to ask how the food was.
- Friendly staff
- Homestyle eats
- We should have tried their pie!