Alaska November 19, 2017
This Hole In The Wall Restaurant In Alaska Has One Of The Strangest Menus Ever
The Cosmic Kitchen in Homer is a far out place in more ways than one. Where else can you get biscuits & gravy, enchiladas, a gyro platter AND a ramen bowl? A meal here is sort of like hanging with your hippie chef friend in a kitchen afterhours and getting to pick from a variety of international, tasty options, including breakfast!
Cosmic Kitchen, 510 East Pioneer Avenue, Homer.
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Cosmic Kitchen is a long standing Homer favorite. This eclectic place is the one-room schoolhouse of restaurants with a menu of surprising depth and variety.
Customers flock to this popular local spot for the friendly folks that know their names and the menu that spans a whole galaxy of flavors.
You'll love the funky fresh decor, including this giant gecko that greets you are you enter.
The cosmic vibe infuses the whole restaurant from the international menu, the attention to recycled to-go containers, the prayer flags, and the laid back attitude of the staff and customers.
Open Tuesday through Saturday for breakfast, the Eggs Benedict is a local institution. They also have pancakes, waffles, and standard eggs and bacon.
The lunch menu includes fresh, healthy salads topped with grilled chicken in the house marinade and avocado.
The cafe is in Homer after all, a seaside town known for its seafood. Fresh halibut fish and chips are a standard in the area, and they are on the menu too!
Then they offer a wide variety of Asian-inspired items from Thai chicken salad to a Japanese style noodle bowl.
But then, it's curiously also a Mexican Restaurant with enchiladas, homemade fresh salsa in the salsa bar and all the Mexican favorites you love.
Stop by and try the incredible variety of tasty cuisine at the Cosmic Kitchen in Homer. It's out of this world.
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