Remember when I said Dinerwood would change formats? We'll call this more of a new-format review. Enjoy the pictures.
I've tried several times to write a more thoughtful and expansive review of Annia's Kitchen. I even went here twice to try to absorb more of the feel of the place. It just never happened.
The dining room is small and not very well air-conditioned. It's uncomfortably warm inside. I recommend sitting on the patio, because not only is it cooler but on the patio you get to see these...
..Airplanes! Did I mention that Annia's Kitchen is at the El Monte Airport?
Annia's has a very extensive menu. Everything is a little bit more expensive than I'd like it to be.
I liked the biscuits and gravy, although the gravy was a little flour-y.
The pancakes were good, but really heavy. Pancakes like this usually are, but these felt even more so. The sausage was over cooked, but the bacon was done quite well.
The chorizo and eggs was decent.
The pot roast breakfast was really great at the time. It came back to haunt me in the afternoon. I'm not sure if it was the gravy or the eggs that did me in. I ordered both eggs over medium and one was cooked perfectly while the other was over hard.
I really wanted to like Annia's Kitchen, I gave it two chances after all. The most positive thing I can say is that I do really like their menu, I just haven't been wowed by their execution. If the idea of eating breakfast while watching small planes take off sounds awesome, then by all mean go for it.
4233 Santa Anita Avenue # 18 (El Monte Airport)
El Monte, CA 91731