Outrageous Diner Décor
Tattooed servers and hippy-style hostesses welcome all-day-breakfast seekers to this hip hangout. The kitschy décor features a huge tank with exotic fish (not for eating), a Santa Clause statue and an old motorcycle parked in the corner. The bright yellow, red and blue walls are used a canvas to write personal messages or simply scrawl your name — just ask your server for a Sharpie. The walls are also adorned with vintage rock band, superhero and cult movie posters. The restaurant encourages lounging with comfy leather couches pulled up to the big, group-friendly tables. On nice days, you can also opt for a seat on the street-side patio.
The menu is as funky as the décor at this brekkie mecca, and it’s always good for a laugh. “The Roy Mcfarlin” was named after a customer who always ordered two eggs, pan-fries and toast, while “The Seinfeld” is an egg-white omelet — an omelet about nothing. More extravagant dishes include “The Donald Trump,” poached eggs on an English muffin with chicken and apple chutney topped with curry hollandaise. Meanwhile, heath freaks will flip for “The Elton,” a fantastical fruit bowl. And, since we’re in Victoria, you can even get patchouli-scented eggs with “The Lilith Fair.” While Floyd’s features all-day breakfast, there are also some tasty lunch items, including about two-dozen burgers and sandwiches.
Kooky Kitchen with a Focus on Fresh
There’s no doubt that the team at Floyd’s is having a good time. If you’re looking to try something new, go for the Mahoney and get whatever the kitchen prepares for you. You can then either pay the original price for the dish or flip for it — double or nothing! One thing they are serious about here is their high-quality food, which is made with only the freshest ingredients. Quality service also comes with the territory, and diners are always offered coffee as they wait in line on busy weekends, and vegetarians are accommodated with the option of substitutions for meat.