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Blue Willow Restaurant & Gift Shop - 11 Reviews - 2616 N Campbell Ave, Tucson, AZ - Breakfast Restaurants Reviews - Phone (520) 327-7577

Blue Willow Restaurant & Gift Shop

2616 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, AZ 85719
(520) 327-7577
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Blue Willow Restaurant & Gift Shop - Tucson, AZ
Blue Willow Restaurant & Gift Shop - Tucson, AZ


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I've been to Blue Willow 4 times, for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and I can't find anything really bad to say about it! The food is fantastic - the omletes are superb, by far t...


While the food was par, the service was slow, and i felt more like an intruder than a customer. You get over the charm of the gift shop after you've waited for an hour plus in th...

The Bad Willow 8/4/2008

While the food was par, the service was slow, and i felt more like an intruder than a customer. You get over the charm of the gift shop after you've waited for an hour plus in the poorly-ventilated, swamp-cooled, over-priced closet only to be seated by an unprofessional looking hostess that was neither organized or friendly. Once seated, it took 15 minutes to be approached by one person, who passed the drink order on to someone else who got it wrong. There was lettuce on my coffee cup and the food was good, not great- my eggs were sort of soupy and the toast was burnt. I had heard positive things, but after my last experience I don't dare giving this place a second chance. Pros: Food Cons: Service more

Nice atmosphere and a good food 7/29/2008

I am visiting Tuscon and asked the front desk at the hotel for ideas about a vegetarian restuarant for my wife's palate. The Blue Willow was recommended and we both had a delicious meal. The atmosphere is comfortable and the prices are fair. My only complaint is there seemed to be some confusion who was waiting our table and it took a very long time to get approached...almost to the point I left. Observing other tables, this did not seem the norm so I do not this this is typical. Once a server can to the table, they were pleasant and the food was brought out in a reasonable time. If you have not tried Blue Willow yet and you are from Tuscon, do go, what a treat! more

Great vegetarian selections 3/31/2007

This is one of my favorite restaurants for breakfast. I no longer live in Tucson but I go out of my way to eat here anytime I am in town. As a vegetarian for many years, I appreciate their wide array of menu choices and they will substitute or add their delicious tofu to most of their dishes. i especially like the the tofu scramble, breakfast burrito and fresh gazpacho. They also have iced herbal peppermint tea that is refreshing in summer. more

great signature dishes but service needs work. 11/24/2006

Blue willow has a handful of breakfast dishes that are super yummy and the rest is just o.k. The tofu scramble with brown rice and spinach is a favorite. Pancakes are awesome and the very southwestern blue willow special is really good. Coffee is not as bad as the snob from NY posted. Most people go for breakfast but they also have a few dinner items i.e. fish, that are definitely worth trying. Staff is not usually very friendly or on the ball but it's not fine dining so whatever! Great place for breakfast with friends or family. Pros: great breakfast food Cons: staff needs to get on the ball more

blue willow is cute, but cooks need more training 6/23/2006

this may sound snobby, but after a visit to this place (and others around this fair desert city) \r i have reached the conclusion that anyone thinking of opening a restaurant needs to include a nice lengthy, gustatory trip to NY as part of their training. the atmosphere at the blue willow is lovely - especially when it's not too hot and you can sit in their garden - however the food preparation lacks sophistication and the art of making things delicious. for one thing, the coffee always tastes watered down. in this age of starbucks and seattle roasters you would think the blue willow folks would have gotten the message. i love to go out for breakfast, in particular to have a tasty stuffed omelet. the blue willow ""chef"" used RAW GREEN PEPPERS in an omelette! i was stunned by this and looked at the waitress incredulously. ""Has anyone here ever heard the word saute`?"" more

Best Omletes in Town! 4/15/2006

I've been to Blue Willow 4 times, for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and I can't find anything really bad to say about it! The food is fantastic - the omletes are superb, by far the best in town. For lunch, I recommend the crepes, which are fresh and light. The apple salad is so beautifully plated, and not to mention simply delicious. If you're there in the daylight hours, I say sit on the patio if you can - it's like eating in your home garden. Quaint and charming, will definitely go back! Pros: food, store attached, patio Cons: small, busy on weekend AM's more

Great Bakery! 1/30/2005

My finace got me an exquisite chocolate cake from Blue Willow for my birthday. A must for any chocolate lover. Excellent desserts! And who cares if it's not children-friendly (as one reviewer said)? Go somewhere that is, if that's the case. more

good but not for kids 6/19/2004

Not very child friendly or flexible. Very strict on what they offer at what time of day. Few choices for children from the adult menu and no child's menu. They do have good food overall and we enjoy our visit but can't bring our youngest child. Nice for outdoor eating. Pros: nice outdoors, tasty food, iced coffee Cons: , service can be uppity, service slower more

Splended 2/6/2003

This is an excellent place for a Sunday brunch with family or friends. The outdoor dining is quite the plus. The food is good, the service is good and the atmosphere is wonderful. Also a good place for health nuts. Pros: out door dining Cons: a bit small more

Yummy Tummy! 1/19/2003

The ""Blue Willow"" is one of the best breakfast spots in Tucson. They serve traditional breakfast fare as well as Southwest and just plain old unique dishes! Their salsa is wonderful and worth some ""on the side"" for any of their egg dishes! In addition to being named the Blue Willow, they actually have blue willow china that occassionally graces the table! Try it for lunch and dinner, too! more

pleasantly unique 11/14/2002

The Blue Willow offers a wonderful and relaxing environment in addition to extrodinary food. Be sure to try the crepes!!! Pros: food, environment, service more
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  • In Short
    The menu lists more kinds of omelets than you have fingers and toes; they're bulky and are accompanied by toast, fruit and your choice of potatoes or rice. Most of the breakfast...

  • 7/19/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Monday To Friday From 07:00 AM To 09:00 PM Saturday To Sunday From 08:00 AM To 09:00 PM
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa, Discover, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    Ward 3, Campbell Grant