Light and Fluffy: Quiche

Whether it’s for breakfast or lunch, a good slice of quiche is sure to satisfy anyone’s hunger.

It’s light, fluffy, and filled with eggs and different toppings, and several capital city restaurants offer the savory dish. Check out some of our favorite places to grab a slice of quiche.

Broadstreet quiche

Broad Street 4465 I-55 North
Located in Banner Hall, Broad Street is known for their baked goods and deli lunches, and they also serve up several different quiche options. Choose from flavors like Ham and 3 Cheese with pepper and onion, Country Sausage with green onion and cheddar cheese, or the daily Vegetarian choice of quiche. Each slice comes served with a side of fruit salad. Head to Broad Street to fill your quiche craving, and don’t forget to grab a pastry on your way out!

Crazy Cat quiche

Crazy Cat Eat Up 1491 Canton Mart Square
True to their Southern roots, Crazy Cat Eat Up serves up unique and carefully crafted Southern dishes in their Canton Mart Square restaurant. Their menu ranges from paninis to salads to daily specials that are each hand-made daily, and that, of course, includes quiche. Flavors of quiche differ each day, but several choices range from Ham and Asparagus Quiche, Nola Quiche, and Feta, Spinach, and Red Bell Pepper Quiche. Each quiche is made daily and comes with a side strawberry salad. Be sure to check out Crazy Cat for a delicious, Southern meal, and finish off your meal with a homemade piece of pie or a brownie, too.

Sneaky Beans quiche

Sneaky Beans 2914 North State Street
A Fondren staple, Sneaky Beans is known for their coffee and all-around atmosphere, but they also serve up delicious, homemade bites like muffins and cookies. Stop in on Saturdays for omelets, biscuits or a slice of quiche – veggie or bacon and cheese. No matter which flavor you choose, it’s sure to be tasty and the perfect way to kick off your Saturday. Of course, enjoy it with a cup of coffee, latte, or an iced coffee.

Sneaky Beans is now The Bean, under new ownership, with new menu offerings.

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Paige McKay

eat. drink. MISSISSIPPI is a food magazine dedicated to sharing Mississippi's passion for food with the world. From local chefs making their culinary mark to the many great restaurants this state has to offer, Mississippi's hospitality shines through in the pages of this magazine. It is our desire to preserve our culinary heritage and inspire today's cooks with a new passion for cooking and eating. All opinions expressed in this post are the opinions of the writer and not necessarily those of Sipp Jackson.

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