Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Sarasota Food Blog - SRQ Chew - Simon's Coffee House







A friend invited me to Simon's Coffee House when I first moved to Sarasota about two years ago. I immediately fell in love with this groovy place. I have to have their feel good, whole food just about every week because it is fantastic.





Owners Simon and Michelle came from England and wanted to bring to Sarasota a place with fresh, healthy and local ingredients. One walks into their cafe and is warmly greeted by family. Family and staff all add to the laid back, cool and friendly vibe of the place.






Simon's sources from local vendors to provide the freshest ingredients possible. The result is a casual, clean and eclectic menu that vegans and not so vegans will love. Breakfast and lunch offerings include a plethora of omelettes, sandwiches, and wraps. Or you may be guided by the specials board and its Indian, Mediterranean and other global offerings. My favorite is the West Coast sarnie (pictured above) with eggs, soy bacon (they have real bacon too), avocado, swiss cheese and homemade dill ranch. Paired with a smoothie, a healthy shake or one of their fresh pressed juice concoctions, it is perfect. Local organic kombucha on tap is also served. Did I mention the scones and pastries? Delicious.


 











Simon's Coffee House is a place that fully embraces its concept of fresh and local in a unique way. It is one of my favorite places and it will be yours too. Thank you, Simon and Michelle for being so gracious and for helping me with my Sarasota food blog. Cheers!



Simon's Coffee House
5900 S. Tamiami Trl.
Sarasota, Fl.
(941) 926-7151
Open Mon. - Sat. 8am - 4pm

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Photos by Kyra Barger of Faso Photography

2 comments:

  1. I love the West Coast too, except I prefer it on Multigrain bread and with tempeh instead of soy bacon.... That was the way it was originally.

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  2. I love the West Coast too, except I prefer it on Multigrain bread and with tempeh instead of soy bacon.... That was the way it was originally.

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