Sun in My Belly

★★★★☆
  • 2161 College Ave NE

    Atlanta, GA 30317

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  • 404-370-1088

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Best Bacon. I rate my breakfast spots by how good the bacon is - it is really very good here.

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★★★★★

Best Bacon. I rate my breakfast spots by how good the bacon is - it is really very good here.

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We truly enjoyed the breakfast and will definately return. I was a little disappointed with the low options of desserts available on the day of our visit. (2/19/2011)

Can't wait to return and try out their lunch menu.

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★★★★★

We truly enjoyed the breakfast and will definately return. I was a little disappointed with the low options of desserts available on the day of our visit. (2/19/2011)

Can't wait to return and try out their lunch menu.

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Went for lunch yesterday (Sunday). We were seated after 15 minutes. All of the staff were frazzled and had zero customer service. The food took 40 minutes to arrive. I ordered the shrimp and grits. It was a bowl of plain cheese grits, six shrimp and two sausage patties on the side. Talk about lazy! My husband's bacon was all fat and not cooked through,served with a dry biscuit. The total for four of us was a $60 bad breakfast. Will not return. Also, it was HOT with floor fans everywhere and we left there smelling like a greasy spoon.

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★★☆☆☆

Went for lunch yesterday (Sunday). We were seated after 15 minutes. All of the staff were frazzled and had zero customer service. The food took 40 minutes to arrive. I ordered the shrimp and grits. It was a bowl of plain cheese grits, six shrimp and two sausage patties on the side. Talk about lazy! My husband's bacon was all fat and not cooked through,served with a dry biscuit. The total for four of us was a $60 bad breakfast. Will not return. Also, it was HOT with floor fans everywhere and we left there smelling like a greasy spoon.

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Always a great breakfast! I could eat the Kirkwood everyday for breakfast.

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★★★★★

Always a great breakfast! I could eat the Kirkwood everyday for breakfast.

Pros: Best bacon in town

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Hands down one of the best brunch spots in Atlanta. Generally more crowded on the weekends, but well worth the hour wait for a table. The menu is full of yummy goodness from specialty quiches to french toast to die for. Don't just go to this place...run to it with your mouth open and an empty stomach!!

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★★★★☆

Hands down one of the best brunch spots in Atlanta. Generally more crowded on the weekends, but well worth the hour wait for a table. The menu is full of yummy goodness from specialty quiches to french toast to die for. Don't just go to this place...run to it with your mouth open and an empty stomach!!

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It has taken us forever to try Sun In My Belly, despite the fact that it's just around the corner. Now that we finally have, I can't believe we waited so long! It's a great little lunch spot and is open for dinner too--everything fresh and homemade (I agree that the mac and cheese rocks).

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★★★★☆

It has taken us forever to try Sun In My Belly, despite the fact that it's just around the corner. Now that we finally have, I can't believe we waited so long! It's a great little lunch spot and is open for dinner too--everything fresh and homemade (I agree that the mac and cheese rocks).

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Excellent home-made cooking, with delicious sandwiches and sides, especially their mac and cheese, which was to die for. Inside, it has a very homey, somewhat retro diner feel, with plenty of seating space and a nice, quirky neighbourhood feel. Highly recommended.

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★★★★☆

Excellent home-made cooking, with delicious sandwiches and sides, especially their mac and cheese, which was to die for. Inside, it has a very homey, somewhat retro diner feel, with plenty of seating space and a nice, quirky neighbourhood feel. Highly recommended.

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I haven't used this caterer myself---yet!! But I went to an event that used them and the food and presentation were top notch. Everyone raved. I highly recommend them

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★★★★★

I haven't used this caterer myself---yet!! But I went to an event that used them and the food and presentation were top notch. Everyone raved. I highly recommend them

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I went with my girlfriend this past weekend and was pleasantly surprised. I'm very tough on food but sometimes there is nothing better than some homegrown brunch. Omelette for her, panini for me..excellent. Unlike the other reviewers, our service was extremely fast and cordial--it was one-thirty--so maybe the lull in diners had something to do with that. If they tell you the mac & cheese isn't ready, wait for it. Sooooooo good. And this comes from a Mississippi boy.

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★★★★☆

I went with my girlfriend this past weekend and was pleasantly surprised. I'm very tough on food but sometimes there is nothing better than some homegrown brunch. Omelette for her, panini for me..excellent. Unlike the other reviewers, our service was extremely fast and cordial--it was one-thirty--so maybe the lull in diners had something to do with that. If they tell you the mac & cheese isn't ready, wait for it. Sooooooo good. And this comes from a Mississippi boy.

Pros: The mac

Cons: None

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I'm very impressed with Sun in my Belly. The chef's choices on food pairings, spices, stuffings, and other design elements mean that every dish is unique. Further, you can grab most items to-go or have them reheated on the premises. My wife and I have also enjoyed the breakfast selections on Saturday mornings.

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★★★★☆

I'm very impressed with Sun in my Belly. The chef's choices on food pairings, spices, stuffings, and other design elements mean that every dish is unique. Further, you can grab most items to-go or have them reheated on the premises. My wife and I have also enjoyed the breakfast selections on Saturday mornings.

Pros: Unique dishes, nice breakfast/brunch

Cons: Uncomfortable seating

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I love this place for brunch. They do something with the eggs which makes them extra yummy. Their menu is super creative, borderline gourmet. They have great coffee as well- bonus. The service is suuuuppppeeerrr slow; so make sure you have 2 hours to spare.

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★★★★☆

I love this place for brunch. They do something with the eggs which makes them extra yummy. Their menu is super creative, borderline gourmet. They have great coffee as well- bonus. The service is suuuuppppeeerrr slow; so make sure you have 2 hours to spare.

Pros: creative menu

Cons: slow service and food prep

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My husband and I have been to Sun in my Belly many times and have never been disappointed. The food is delicious and obviously made with fresh ingredients. The omelette special is ALWAYS fabulous as is the Kirkwood breakfast, and the oh so delicious scrambled egg pressed panini with hook cheddar. I did get the french toast once, and it was OK. I like a more traditional french toast. Another bonus...out of the many times we've been (on Saturday or Sunday mornings) we've only had to wait once...for about 5 minutes. I took away one star because there is one server who always seems like he just woke up, and is a bit slow. Other than that, this place is great!

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★★★★☆

My husband and I have been to Sun in my Belly many times and have never been disappointed. The food is delicious and obviously made with fresh ingredients. The omelette special is ALWAYS fabulous as is the Kirkwood breakfast, and the oh so delicious scrambled egg pressed panini with hook cheddar. I did get the french toast once, and it was OK. I like a more traditional french toast. Another bonus...out of the many times we've been (on Saturday or Sunday mornings) we've only had to wait once...for about 5 minutes. I took away one star because there is one server who always seems like he just woke up, and is a bit slow. Other than that, this place is great!

Pros: Food, Ambience

Cons: parking, the one sleepy server

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As would be expected from a catering company running a restaurant, the food is inventive and consistently good; but the service is chaotic and slow. There appears to be no established efficient service protocol in seating guests or taking orders. Instead there is a loose group of wait staff that seem to be all over the place. Bottom line. A great place to go if you're not starving.

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★★★☆☆

As would be expected from a catering company running a restaurant, the food is inventive and consistently good; but the service is chaotic and slow. There appears to be no established efficient service protocol in seating guests or taking orders. Instead there is a loose group of wait staff that seem to be all over the place. Bottom line. A great place to go if you're not starving.

Pros: The food. The ambiance

Cons: Parking. Slow service

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My wife and I have been exploring the best breakfast spots in and around Atlanta. Sun In My Belly had been recommended, so we decided to go check it out. We certainly weren't disappointed. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but the decor inside, the food and the service were tremendous. The stuffed Challah french toast, piled high with fresh fruit almost needed no syrup, and the Kirkwood breakfast was a unique, savory home run. The menu for lunch and supper looks wonderful, too, but we felt that it was well worth the drive from Douglasville to experience the culinary artistry we found at Sun In My Belly.

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★★★★★

My wife and I have been exploring the best breakfast spots in and around Atlanta. Sun In My Belly had been recommended, so we decided to go check it out. We certainly weren't disappointed. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but the decor inside, the food and the service were tremendous. The stuffed Challah french toast, piled high with fresh fruit almost needed no syrup, and the Kirkwood breakfast was a unique, savory home run. The menu for lunch and supper looks wonderful, too, but we felt that it was well worth the drive from Douglasville to experience the culinary artistry we found at Sun In My Belly.

Pros: Food, uniquely created and artistically presented. Great service.

Cons: Parking is a little tough to find, but we expected that

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I hired sun my belly for a birthday party. The staff was great and the food was pretty amazing. Every thing went off with out a hitch! All my guest's had a FAB time. Thanks guys

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★★★★★

I hired sun my belly for a birthday party. The staff was great and the food was pretty amazing. Every thing went off with out a hitch! All my guest's had a FAB time. Thanks guys

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Being in the Kirkwood neighborhood, we have been a big supporter of Sun in my Belly in good times and bad. We are so pleased they have improved their customer service over the last year. Our favorite thing about them is and always has been, of course, the food. While they are out of things from time to time, everything is always, fresh, fresh, fresh. The brunch is absolutely amazing although on the weekends you'll probably wait but usually no more than 10min. The staff and owners actually take the time to get to know you and I've seen the owners personally wait on tables/customers, which is unheard of in the restaurant industry. Kudos, Sun in my Belly for weathering the storm.

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★★★★★

Being in the Kirkwood neighborhood, we have been a big supporter of Sun in my Belly in good times and bad. We are so pleased they have improved their customer service over the last year. Our favorite thing about them is and always has been, of course, the food. While they are out of things from time to time, everything is always, fresh, fresh, fresh. The brunch is absolutely amazing although on the weekends you'll probably wait but usually no more than 10min. The staff and owners actually take the time to get to know you and I've seen the owners personally wait on tables/customers, which is unheard of in the restaurant industry. Kudos, Sun in my Belly for weathering the storm.

Pros: Best Brunch in Atlanta

Cons: Sometimes a wait on weekends

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Being in the neighborhood, we have been a big supporter of Sun in my Belly in good times and bad. We are so pleased they have improved their customer service over the last year. Our favorite thing about them is and always has been, of course, the food. While they are out of things from time to time, everything is always, fresh, fresh, fresh. The brunch is absolutely amazing although on the weekends you'll probably wait but usually no more than 10min. The staff and owners actually take the time to get to know you and I've seen the owners personally wait on tables/customers, which is unheard of in the restaurant industry. Kudos, Sun in my Belly for weathering the storm.

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★★★★★

Being in the neighborhood, we have been a big supporter of Sun in my Belly in good times and bad. We are so pleased they have improved their customer service over the last year. Our favorite thing about them is and always has been, of course, the food. While they are out of things from time to time, everything is always, fresh, fresh, fresh. The brunch is absolutely amazing although on the weekends you'll probably wait but usually no more than 10min. The staff and owners actually take the time to get to know you and I've seen the owners personally wait on tables/customers, which is unheard of in the restaurant industry. Kudos, Sun in my Belly for weathering the storm.

Pros: Best Brunch

Cons: Sometimes on a wait on weekends

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We went here upon the recommendation of several people, and we were more than disappointed. First, the service is absolutely abysmal -- our waitress couldn't be bothered to re-fill our coffee or water and she scoffed at us when we asked if she had any vegetarian-friendly sausage options. She actually mockingly said, "no, there's nothing healthy like that here."

Not only was menu was also lacking in fresh, healthy options, it was also devoid of breakfast standards -- no pancakes, no eggs benedict. The french toast was laden with ricotta cheese and was bland. The "fresh" fruit bowl was dripping with sugary syrup -- not really my definition of "fresh fruit." The eggs were oily and runny, and presentation was sub par. The only redeeming quality was the latte.

I definitely wouldn't recommend this place. Flying Biscuit is far better.

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★★☆☆☆

We went here upon the recommendation of several people, and we were more than disappointed. First, the service is absolutely abysmal -- our waitress couldn't be bothered to re-fill our coffee or water and she scoffed at us when we asked if she had any vegetarian-friendly sausage options. She actually mockingly said, "no, there's nothing healthy like that here."

Not only was menu was also lacking in fresh, healthy options, it was also devoid of breakfast standards -- no pancakes, no eggs benedict. The french toast was laden with ricotta cheese and was bland. The "fresh" fruit bowl was dripping with sugary syrup -- not really my definition of "fresh fruit." The eggs were oily and runny, and presentation was sub par. The only redeeming quality was the latte.

I definitely wouldn't recommend this place. Flying Biscuit is far better.

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This place is amazing. I live in New York, where they claim to have some of the best food in the world, but the meals I've had at Sun in my Belly are far superior to most of the things I've eaten at home. They make this incredible grilled chicken sandwich on focaccia that is just delicious, everything is comlimented with great side dishes, like mac and cheese, and fanstastic coffee (and I'm picky about coffee!). All of their breakfast/brunch food is superb as well, the egg sandwich with bacon is mighty tasty. I would suggest this place to anyone eating in Atlanta.

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★★★★★

This place is amazing. I live in New York, where they claim to have some of the best food in the world, but the meals I've had at Sun in my Belly are far superior to most of the things I've eaten at home. They make this incredible grilled chicken sandwich on focaccia that is just delicious, everything is comlimented with great side dishes, like mac and cheese, and fanstastic coffee (and I'm picky about coffee!). All of their breakfast/brunch food is superb as well, the egg sandwich with bacon is mighty tasty. I would suggest this place to anyone eating in Atlanta.

Pros: THE FOOD!

Cons: Parking can be tough when it's crowded

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Best Breakfast in town! But don't go unless you've got time to waste and aren't bothered by snippy waitstaff...

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★★★☆☆

Best Breakfast in town! But don't go unless you've got time to waste and aren't bothered by snippy waitstaff...

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If you like great food and a great atmosphere at great prices, check out Sun in My Belly...they fill a void in the Kirkwood area and offer a great brunch! Located in the historic Bailey's Hardware building on College Ave, I've been many times and will continue to return!

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★★★★★

If you like great food and a great atmosphere at great prices, check out Sun in My Belly...they fill a void in the Kirkwood area and offer a great brunch! Located in the historic Bailey's Hardware building on College Ave, I've been many times and will continue to return!

Pros: Great Food and Service

Cons: N/A

 

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