True Love for Food starts with breakfast and hot cup of La Colombe coffee.
A PASSION FOR FOOD.
Welcome to Kettle of Havertown, PA. We have renovated this space to make it our own, and in turn of you, our community. We are a family oriented, neighborhood cafe that serves great food that makes our guests feel good. Kettle serves a variety of breakfast items from stuffed French toast to a breakfast burrito that will make you come back for more. For lunch we have soups, sandwiches and salads that feature classics you will know and love, to exciting new dishes that will include fresh, local ingredients and innovative recipes which will showcase the inspiration and creativity of the kitchen.
Our Customers with Full Bellies
I’ve been here multiple times for a brunch date with my father and every time we were seated immediately with water and menus coming before we even sat down. Every time I came in and out in about 45 minutes. Super yummy breakfast food and super friendly people! Highly recommend for breakfast and brunch events
4 5 I would come back here any day. Food was presented very nice. Portion size good. Taste good. Add salt & pepper for taste. That's the only thing the omelet lacked was flavor. But it wasn't salted or peppered, which helped. I can appreciate the health consideration here. Excellent service.
Adorable little breakfast place right in a convenient part of town! The Kettle omelet is an experience in and of itself. You have to try it The coffee is excellent and I almost never comment on coffee quality Overall, if you're thinking of going here, you should. If you already go here, go more!
It's been a long time since I've been so impressed with the service at a restaurant. On a busy Sunday morning before the Fourth of July, the staff still made it a top priority to build friendly connections with customers without skipping a beat under the stress and volume. The specials are creative takes on old classics, clearly inspired by the local palette. Shout out to Marie, who made me feel right at home from the moment I walked in the door. This is the kind of home-grown greasy spoon that every town ought to have.