Today we tried Mona's on South Broadway, a new outpost of the original at 15th and Platte Street downtown. The space is bright and open. It wasn't very crowded, so I couldn't say what the noise level is like when it's full.
The Sergeant chose blueberry flapjacks with lemon whipped cream. He added peppered bacon with a side of fruit.
Sure looks yummy! I meant to ask for a bite, but waited too long.
I ordered the corned beef hash with eggs over easy. I have to say, this was the strangest interpretation of corned beef hash I've encountered:
It was very chunky, with discrete pieces of potato, green pepper, red onion and squares of corned beef. It tasted good, though the onion was a little abundant and on the raw side for me. Maybe I'm just a corned beef purist, but I do prefer the more traditional variety.
I only just now realized, too, that my toast never showed up. Clearly I didn't miss it during the meal, but still.
I did like the coffee.
I'm not sure how long this location has been open, but it feels a little like they're still working out the kinks. I'll go back another time and try some other dishes. Meanwhile, can anyone explain the legs over the door?
141 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Breakfast and Lunch