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The Scrambler House brings homemade freshness to breakfast, lunch

Family owned and operated, The Scrambler House offers a fresh take on breakfast and lunch.

With over 30 years of restaurant experience, Barbara Keith and sons, Chef Jeremiah Phillips and Tim Phillips, wanted to create a restaurant that sourced many of its ingredients from Missouri businesses and prepared fresh, delicious meals daily.

In true diner fashion, it’s breakfast and burgers that customers crave, but Jeremiah’s made-from-scratch pies also are quickly becoming favorite menu items. Options change weekly and include Chocolate Cream and Apple.

The menu is packed with options such as Biscuits and Gravy; house specialties, including the Hot Mess – crispy home fries topped with ham, bacon, sausage, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, cheddar, sausage gravy and two eggs on top; a variety of sandwiches, including The Big Rueben – piled high with corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and 1,000 Island dressing on grilled rye; Chicken Fried Steak, burgers and, of course, pie.

“We strive to have the best homestyle breakfast and lunch around, every egg ordered is hand cracked,” Tim explained.

Daily specials rotate weekly with breakfast specials such as toast topped with bacon, grilled tomatoes, cheddar cheese and two eggs of any style or lunch specials like meatloaf with brown gravy and two sides.

“It may take a little bit longer for your food than a chain restaurant since everything is made from scratch, but we hope you’ll agree that it’s worth the wait,” Jeremiah said.

1322 Sunburst Drive • O’Fallon

(636) 409-1322

www.thescramblerhouse.com

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