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Best Places to Eat Breakfast in Buena Park

If you dream of waffles piled high with strawberries and whipped cream, eggs served the perfect “over easy” and piping hot coffee, then this is the list for you! We gathered up our Buena Park breakfast favorites so that you can get up early and make the rounds yourself. Your day will be off to a great start, we know it!
Strawberry Pancakes at Basilur Tea in Buena Park, CA

Basilur Tea

If you follow food trends then you know that the souffle pancakes at Basilur Tea are unlike any other pancakes that you’ve ever tasted before. Originating in Japan, their cloud-like texture tips them more towards a dessert than a breakfast item (but we’re not judging). Basilur offers these fluffy treats in flavors like tiramisu and caramel banana, or plain for the souffle pancake purists. They are perfect with a warm cup of tea—choose from classics like Oriental Delight, single origin teas or fruit-flavored options.

Eggs and fruit at Broken Yolk in Buena Park, CA

The Broken Yolk

Opening soon in Buena Park.....Whether you are going for classic breakfast eats like pancakes and French toast, or for more of a south-of-the-border option like huevos rancheros, The Broken Yolk is your spot. Don’t let the lines to eat here scare you, it’s well worth the wait! This breakfast restaurant is known for its large portions and out-of-this-world eggs benedicts. Try the Golden State Benedict—two toasted English muffins topped with tomatoes, avocados, bacon, poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, and the perfect amount of sriracha for that kick.

Avocado toast, egg, spinach at The Bistro in Buena Park, CA

The Bistro @ Courtyard Marriott Buena Park

This hidden gem is much more than your average hotel restaurant, The Bistro starts your morning off right with Starbucks beverages made just how you like them. The classic California favorite avocado toast is taken to another level with the addition of pickled red onions, roasted tomatoes, hard-cooked egg, and arugula. The egg white frittata is another favorite. Packed with flavor, it includes avocado, monterey jack cheese, arugula, and more veggies.

Eggs, ham, bacon, hashbrowns, and pancakes at Black Bear Diner in Buena Park, CA

Black Bear Diner

The casual atmosphere at Black Bear Diner makes it a family favorite for breakfast any time of day. The cinnamon roll French toast is large enough for sharing and perfect for kids. If you want to start your morning with more of a kick, go for the chorizo breakfast tacos—scrambled eggs mixed with chorizo sausage, red and green bell peppers, onion, and cheddar cheese served on warm corn tortillas topped with avocado, cilantro, and homemade salsa.

Variety of Porto's pastries at Portos in Buenna Park, CA.


If there is a better start to the day than a trip to Porto’s, we don’t know what it would be. The aroma of fresh-brewed Cuban coffee hits you hard when you walk in the door and the ample pastry display makes decision making difficult. Go with your gut and try the house blend coffee or up your game for one of their signature lattes. Whatever you are drinking it will pair well with Porto’s signature cheese rolls. The papas rellenas are just the savory option you need when your palate wants more salty than sweet. It’s no surprise that this spot is Yelp’s award-winning #1 restaurant as there’s something for everyone.

Baked goods from The Bakery at The Source OC in Buena Park , CA.

The Bakery Cafe at The Source

Follow the smell of fresh-baked bread to The Bakery Cafe for your early morning cravings. This Michelin-rated spot offers traditional Korean breads with the Gombu donut coming out on top as everyone’s favorite. It is filled with red bean paste and topped with a crunchy, nutty crumble and goes perfectly with their cold brew coffee.

Waffle breakfast at Coffee Code in Buena Park, CA.

Coffee Code

While their latte art is what makes them famous, Coffee Code devotees know that the waffles are where it’s at when you want a breakfast treat. The fruit-topped waffles are the most popular with chocolate waffles left to those who really have a sweet tooth. Just like the lattes, Coffee Code’s waffles are a work of art, almost too pretty to eat (ALMOST).

A dozen of Modoo Donuts in Buena Park, CA.

Modoo Donuts

If the breakfast munchies hit you at a random time of day, then MoDoo Donuts is the spot for you. Open 24 hours, you’ll find donuts shaped liked Elmo and Big Bird, traditional old fashioned and glazed, and even cereal-topped options for double breakfast delight. Their breakfast sandwiches are a warm option when you need a little protein with your carbs.

Exterior of Paul's Place In Buena Park, CA.

Paul’s Place

Breakfast burrito aficionados and locals know that Paul’s Place is the go-to spot when you want Mexican food for breakfast. The Mexican burrito comes with eggs, potatoes, cheese and salsa wrapped in a warm tortilla. Or, up the ante with the addition of chorizo to get your day off to a spicy start.

French toast and coffee at Ihop in Buena Park, CA.


You know what you’re in for when you head to Buena Park’s IHOP and that’s massive portions at reasonable prices. The Rooty Tooty Fresh ‘N Fruity are an excellent choice for those who like to start the day off on a sweet note. Or, go savory with the Signature Pancake Sliders—two silver dollar pancakes surrounding eggs, turkey sausage, bacon and American cheese. Kids always go for the Funny Face pancake, of course.

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