The décor is fifties diner style decorated bicycles bicycles, the Redmond community and some amusing fifties advertisements (like coffee makes you happy). Village Square Café is one of a chain of locally owned cafes all very consistent food and service.
Kids love the hot chocolate. A steaming cup of coco is topped with a generous mountain of whipped cream. It is then sprinkled with colorful M&Ms. They are quite impressive! Caution, kids that aren’t very cautious will make a mess of them.
The coffee is always hot and bottomless, and comes with an assortment of cream and International delight creamers.
I typically order omelets and they are always cooked thoroughly and taste consistent. The cinnamon rolls are good. They have specials that are often enticing as well.
Occasionally they will serve hash browns that aren’t as crispy as I like.
I can’t claim to be an expert on biscuits and gravy; I’ve ordered them once, just to try them out. I liked them and I would order them again as a “treat” (they are rather heavy).
For lunch (if I don’t order off the breakfast menu) I recommend the Monte Cristo Sandwich. They have good old fashioned style milkshakes, Green Rivers, burger dips and hot turkey sandwiches.
Often on Saturday and Sunday morning during “breakfast prime-time” there is a wait at the Village Square Café. It seems like our waits average roughly 10 minutes or less.
Crystal Creek Café in Bothell is their largest and newest spot. Issaquah Café has a NW wilderness theme. If you are in Woodinville, look for the Woodinville Café.