Culprit Cafe & BakeryCurrently Closed
- Address: 1603 Farnam St #101, Omaha, NE 68102, USA, United States
- Timings: 08:00 am - 03:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4025053897
- Tags: Cafe, Family And Kids
At Culprit Cafe & Bakery you will get to have the typical stuff available at cafes like coffee, sandwiches, cakes and breads. In addition to the regular stuff, donuts of this place are a must try for you will get to eat a lot of variety of donuts which are super duper delicious. Plain beignets are the other highlight of Culprit Cafe & Bakery and Parisian ham should not be missed by any chance. Turkey bacon sandwich and whole egg sandwich for breakfast is yet another mouth watering dish to kick start your day. The service and ambience is outstanding and the rich aroma of coffee is too good to resist.
How to Reach Culprit Cafe & Bakery
- Bus 11,36,Blue,Yellow to stop-16th & Farnam NW
Culprit Cafe & Bakery Reviews & Ratings
The biscuit seemed more like cornbread. I think if they used a different biscuit I would have enjoyed the biscuit and gravy more. The Spanish coffee I had was ok but I won't do it again. I think this experience can be a 4 star but I didn't order the right items. Service was on point though, friendly and environment was nice. It was my first time going as a note.
Unusual restaurant, but not in a bad way. We had breakfast with family. French toast got rave reviews. Biscuits and gravy received good marks. My egg sandwich was very nice. Crisp bacon, nice bun (tasted like a croissant), half inch thick egg. Good coffee. Pretty laid-back atmosphere. Good staff. Glad we went here instead of a chain restaurant. Unexpected pleasure.
We just had a great experience at Culprit! I’m vegan and so tried the Open Face Veggie sandwich. It was absolutely WONDERFUL! What a clever and tasty dish! So many delicious veggies (summer and winter squash, cauliflower, sweet potato, onion...) along with a lovely sweet curry sauce and a tofu cream drizzled on top. I HIGHLY recommend this dish. Thanks to the creative chef who put this together.
Pretty underwhelming. Had the Whole Egg Sandwich and a Latte. It wasn't terrible, but it was also nothing special. Quiche was pretty dry and flavorless, and the sandwich just didn't... work well. Coffee was fine, but for $4 I expected a little more in Omaha. It's a decent option if nothing else is around, but don't expect anything extraordinary.
This is one of my favorite places I've ever eaten breakfast or lunch at. The donuts and breakfast sandwiches and pastries and cappuccinos have made my life always so much better by their presence. The people who work here are great, and the chefs are wonderful too.