The Friendly Toast serves up creative meals in a truly unique atmosphere and offers a fun and exciting dining experience morning, noon and night. We use the freshest ingredients (locally sourced whenever possible) and we’re environmentally friendly.
Come hungry, leave satisfied. The food takes a while (no more than any other cooked to order place), but it's more than worth it. I have some favorites on the menu (delicious pancakes, savory scrambles), and there are amazing sandwiches and burgers. The specials are always enticing, and as a dad and lover of dad jokes, the names of the dishes do not disappoint. I love this place and make a point of bringing visitors here.
I've been here dozens of times over the years, and I love it. They are usually very busy, so it's good to give yourself some buffer time or go on an off-hour. Their portions are big, their service is good, and their food is excellent. I like the "New Hampshire's Finest" scramble. The bloody Mary's and mimosas are great. Definitely worth trying.
Horrible service with food to match.
I preempt this with a note: we ate here on a Thursday morning around 11am. Not busy by any standard.
We should have walked away when the "hostess" ignored us. We walked right up to her as she leaned on the counter. No other customers in sight she was doing something on her phone. She looked at us and proceeded to gather menus. I thought "ok at least we'll get seated." Nope. She placed them on the counter and walked away. Minutes later we were seated with a smile like nothing happened. The waiter was in no hurry to refill our coffee. The food was bland. I ordered a scramble and it tasted like something from a college dorm; overcooked eggs, no flavor. The potatoes were the "best" part and even they tasted like they were each hand-dunked in salt.
I really wanted to like this place. Interesting menu, cool name, nice atmosphere. But no service and terrible food means no chance of a second visit.
I've only been here on Saturdays during brunch time and it's always super busy so expect to wait but it's totally worth it! You can check in at the door and they'll text you once a table is ready for you. This is a funky, cool place with good drinks (mimosas and bloody marys for the win!) and really good food. Prepare for large plates of food!
I was touring from out of town, first time there. i've to say the menu has a whole lot of selection, consisting of non-breakfast gadgets. The wait become lengthy but really worth it... I ordered the "guy Scramble"... Its served with domestic fries and toast... I did not even finish half of of my meals earlier than i was full. typical the service was good and the food turned into top notch. i would truly come returned.