Why does eggs benedict taste best on disposable plates? Because there’s no plates like foam for the Hollandaise! Sorry for that, won’t happen again. Dad jokes aside, happy to finally find a place that makes some good breakfast. There are a few on Island but not quite the western variety that I am craving. RCafe is one of those trendy places that newly opened in Depot Island and is really starting to create some buzz.
RCafe offers a wide selection of western style breakfast. Whether you’re in the mood for some pancakes, bacon, or just plain toast, this place has it all. With their center piece being eggs benedict, they have a few variety that honestly I’ve never seen before. The winner for the most eye catching would have to be the Tacobene. I declare it the most eye catching because this is the first time I’ve ever seen an attempt to mix taco meat with hollandaise. If Gordon Ramsey saw this, he would poop a chicken! Oddly, it works – don’t ask me how, it just does. My guess is that the spice of the taco meat complements the creamy hollandaise. They also have other variety of eggs benedict such as the spinach and bacon, benepo (pork-tamago), and Canadian benedict which is basically smoked salmon with spinach. For those wanting a classic western, they also have regular sunny side ups, scrambled eggs, sausages, bacon, hash, toast, and French toast. You can also get something called the all meat which is basically all of the above. Mesmerizingly good stuff. Price-wise you would average around 1000 yen for each plate. Here is a friendly warning: the sizes are not Okinawa standard. I, a 30 plus year old male, can probably consume about 2 plates of food here.
All and all, perfect for a Sunday morning breakfast. Located at the boardwalk area of Depot Island, nothing is as blissful as having a good breakfast here, with coffee, a good book, and overlooking the seawall. You can almost feel the stress fade away. Directions are too easy; From Chatan Ferris wheel, head towards Depot Island and go all the way to the back side facing the seawall. RCafe is the last shop at the corner next to the parking lot.
They accept yen, Creditcards, and eCash such as Edy
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