JM ate the #7 (ham, eggs, wheat toast) with an apple juice.
Nichole ate the #8 (scrambled eggs, raisin toast) with a decaf.
The bill was $7, or $3.50/person.
JM and Nichole gave Ken's Cafeteria a B (see our grading rubric).
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To get to Ken's Cafeteria for breakfast, we had to be a little sly & sneak in amidst a crowd of legitimate state office drones. At 6:30 the place was still dark, but the Halloween tschotschkes gave it their best shot to lighten up the place.
Yet, under the menu we saw a sight that struck fear into our hearts. A sign advertising a contest to rename the cafeteria hung there, taunting us. Nichole asked the cook how to enter the contest, and she said, "Oh! That was over yesterday. Now we're Hunky Dory's Cafe."
We show up to Ken's the day after it changes its name to an earlier letter. Watch for our very similar review of Hunky Dory's in a few months.
Anyway, the food was pretty standard cafeteria breakfast food, cheap, warm and bland. It was nice that they had raisin toast, but Nichole didn't see the oatmeal on the menu soon enough - which is too bad, since if Ken's was as nice as Good Day's it's worth getting. JM found the eggs a little gummy but OK and the ham was hot.
We'll be back, but not necessarily by choice.