We were told by our innkeeper that Greeks don't eat breakfast. On the recommendation of another restaurant nearby, we visited for breakfast. They cater to the tourists with their "American breakfasts". The waitress spoke good English. Located on a nice pedestrian only street in Koukaki which runs up from the metro station, a residential neighborhood with fewer tourists. In Greece, an omelette is a flat pancake with tomatoes, cheese and maybe peppers or zucchini, shaved usually. It is very thin and overcooked on the outside. They kind of fold it back and forth a few times. It's cooked in oil, not butter. We also had Greek yogurt with fresh chopped fruit and honey on top, which is always predictable and good in Greece. You can get "filtered" coffee here which I liked. Cool interiors.