|The giant potato pancake buried inside an omelet with hash browns.|
|Something simpler, but also tasty: Half a Belgian waffle, an egg and a few strips of bacon.|
|The interior of Any's Omelette House in Cherry Hill.|
|The colorful and inviting entrance to Amy's.|
Amy's has more than 100 omelets but don't think for one minute that the menu begins and ends there.
Amy's serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a place where everything is cooked to order and the choices are practically endless. Don't take our word for it. Click here and check out Amy's vast list of menu options.
This is the kind of place that's great for the whole family because the prices are incredibly easy on the wallet (about five-and-a-half bucks for a two-egg breakfast, complete) and the atmosphere is colorful, lively and nostalgic.
And Amy's offers lots of specials every day of the week, including weekends. So you can usually find a meal deal that right for you.
We're talking omelets, waffles, pancakes, sandwiches, burgers, salads and lots more.
And breakfast, one of us wanted something simple while the other was starving for something mammoth.At Amy's, we were both satisfied as you can see from the actual photos of the meals as served (above).
Amy's also has locations in Burlington (on Route 130 and High St.) and in Long Branch on Ocean Blvd. North in Ursula Plaza. Go. Eat. Enjoy!
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