We had the breakfast bowl. Wasn’t anything spectacular. But was nice to have our dog with us on the patio.
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The staff is friendly, attentive and welcoming. We had a late lunch/early dinner and the food was excellent. We wrapped up by splitting a peach cobbler and it was absolutely amazing! I try to use the "best ever" phrase, but the peach cobbler was close...More
I loved the food here. It was unique, fresh, and delicious. There are many choices for vegetarians, pescatarians, and flesh eaters. Bravo for that! In addition, there are food items that all three might enjoy. The atmosphere is cafe style with seating inside and outside...More
Excellent service. Pleasant atmosphere. My wife got the scone with hollandaise sauce. It was excellent. The apple salad with pecans had soggy/soft apples. It would have been better with crisper apples. I got the breakfast bowl. The spinach was perfect. The potatoes would have been...More
I have tried several dishes at Mosquito Café, and the food has always exceeded my expectations. Vegetarians like me often have few choices or the choices or bad choices like sandwiches with the meat removed or a salad. Not a Mosquito Cafe. Carnivores and vegetarians...More
Tried this place just from reading about it on trip advisor!!!! So glad I did!!!! I was with a large group so we tried a little bit of everything!! From the regular breakfast to French toast to lemonade cake everything was a 10!!! The cafe...More
The line to get in for breakfast wasn’t horrible but the food took about 45 minutes. Definitely isn’t Burger King so don’t expect to ‘have it your way’. The staff is nice once your order is placed. Wasn’t impressed with the menu options for breakfast....More
This place was crowded on a Saturday morning. You order at the counter before finding a table. There was a line out the door. The food was pretty good. I had the pancakes and my wife at the shrimp and grits. The service was friendly...More
We loved the Mosquito Cafe - from the beautiful historic neighborhood location, to the excellent coffee and friendliness of the employees. We would have eaten there both days but were in a bit of a rush to catch the ferry - ! Try it.
While visiting Galveston, we heard about the Mosquito Café from staff at the San Luis Resort. We took the short drive there for lunch and we discovered a wonderful restaurant with excellent food. You order at the counter when you arrive and they bring your...More