The eggs, beef, oatmeal, frozen fruits, and most of the produce is organic. The lunch meats used in the open-faced sandwiches are organic, however, the chicken, milks, yogurt, coffee, and most of the cheeses are not.
The cuisine at Blue Dahlia is reminiscent of a French Bistro which includes entrees of mussel dishes, beef bourguignon, meatloaf, ravioli, and more. In addition to breakfast all day, they also serve open-faced sandwiches, soups, cheese boards, salads, beer, and wine.
What I Ordered
During our visits to their 2 other sister locations in Austin, we sampled the Sausage and Cheese Frittata accompanied by a side of Organic Greens and their delish bread at the Westlake location. The Frittata was rich and moist with just the right amount of cheese. The sausage was mild and not overpowering making for a yummy Frittata. At the city location, we sampled the soup of the day which was a Tomato Basil and of course a piece of their baguette bread for dunking, yum!
We did not make an actual visit to this location so our review is based on the experiences at both of their sister restaurants in the Austin area. All 3 restaurants have almost identical menus using the same source of ingredients.
The food at Blue Dahlia brings to mind European Comfort food. The venues speak the same and the food is somewhat clean and delicious.