Although I'm not a vegetarian, I try to limit my meat consumption. I was greatly surprised when I tried to order an egg bake dish minus the bacon and was told this was impossible because the egg bake was already assembled.
In other words, the egg dishes are not made fresh and to order; they're sitting around, waiting to be heated up when you order one. They're the type that can be made in large batches ahead of time and then warmed up as needed. (Judging by the lukewarm and uneven temperature of my food, I'd bet they nuke these pre-made brunches into a microwave.) I can see the restaurant getting away with this approach with some of their comfort food staples like soup and stew, but egg dishes? Laziness, pure and simple.
I ordered the only egg dish that was meat-free, a spinach, artichoke, and cheese mix. It was remarkably bland until I reached the center, where I uncovered some whole peppercorns. The only cheese that I could detect was a relatively small amount clumped in the middle. As for the spinach, I can only guess that the few scraggly green strips sprinkled on top were not herbs but were, in fact, the elusive vegetable.
The croutons and dressing in my side caesar salad were delicious, but hardly worth the time and money we spent. I'd rather take my chances with a greasy spoon where the food is cooked when I order it than return here.