If you live around the Oviedo, Florida area you know that there is one place to go for breakfast, and that is the Town House Restaurant. The Town House has been an Oviedo tradition since the 1950s. They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with plenty of menu options. You will have the choice of everything from omelets and eggs benedict in the morning to a fish sandwich and Catfish platter in the evening. No matter when you arrive you will be able to order breakfast. If you have never been before, you can't leave without ordering the biscuits and gravy. Be warned, if you have ridden your bike over along the Cross Seminole Trail (which goes right by the restaurant) you may be too full to pedal back.
The decor is casual with a southern diner feel and a theme of chickens. The chickens reflect the birds that wander the streets of Oviedo. All of the seating is indoors with enough room for a decent amount of people. Even with the amount of seating, a line can quickly develop on the weekends, but typically moves fast. The Town House Restaurant is a popular place, so make sure you get there early.
They are open 6am - 8:30pm Monday through Saturday, and 7am - 8:30pm on Sunday. Parking is available in a side lot and a bike rack is provided up front.