I love this 24 hour restaurant. I think its great that they are open 24 hours even on holidays. They have very affordable maragritas and I love the breakfast. It's a great place to go after a late night concert. I found the staff to be very friendly and genuine.
Good food good owners but a hornets nest for illegal workers and fance jumpers....Not for long dedicated my life to stop that...
Disrespected greatly.. will not support ever again.. Never in my life have i ever received the disrespect and prejudice from any business. This restaurant use to be great, but since the change in ownership and management I will never go again and would not be righting this review. I have never had to speak to 2 levels of management only to be told that they encourage their workers to be rude if customers are questioning pricing. This is from the top manager! Not only did they tell me that they also told me and my people never to come back. This all came about because they were overcharging me, had them recalculate and I was right!!! No one should ever have to take this. Please reconsider giving them your business. I wish we can do a ZERO star rating because that is what they deserve. But I will have to do a 1 in order to post my grief.
Consistant quality. I have to this restaraunt dozens of times. By far is is the most consistant in quality and service. The prices have gone up, but I still prefer its fine food to others.
The encyclopedic menu includes big breakfasts 24 hours a day at this laidback south-side eatery..
This mammoth Greek diner packs in the crowds all day and night, but particularly on weekend mornings. Arrive prior to 9am or you'll have to wait for a table. It's often quicker if you offer to sit in the smoking side, but be forewarned that the smoke can be over-powering, so it may be worth the extra few minutes to sit in non-smoking.
Pretty much everything here is heavy and served in massive quantities -- but that's a good thing. This is the kind of place where you can have a full breakfast, then not be hungry until late afternoon. The specialty omelettes are terrific, particularly the Greek, which is packed with gyro meat, feta cheese, tomatoes and onions. And order a muffin (either blueberry or cherry) to share while you wait. For lunch or dinner, keep on the Greek side of the menu and you won't be disappointed.
The BEST Hashbrowns and overall Breakfast around. My Father, Brothers and Myself have been going out for breakfast on Sundays for sometime now. We've tried many places in, around and out-of town including as far out as The Pinecone, (If you live in Wisconsin, You know the place). I've always said "Hey we should go to Paul's. You'll never want to go anywhere else for breakfast after you try them." Unfortunitely everytime we drove past and remembered that the parking lot is always full, we end up going somewhere else. Long story short; We finally decided to go there anyway, and found out that we waited longer to pay the check than get a seat, "Which was only about two or three minutes. "I've always raved about the hashbrowns and after my father ate there, he agrees that the hashbrowns are infact great, "And he's a chef for one of Milwaukee's private clubs, so he should know". Longer story short; Paul's Omega is my pick as Milwaukee's best spot for breakfast 24hours a day. Friendly waitstaff, HUGE portions for the price, and overall Great food. Don't plan on parking close to the entrance unless you get there early would be the only Con I could think of. My guess is that the bad revues have come from ex-employees. Then again I never tried the place before Paul took over so maybe the food was brought out on a golden platter with, "The only way it could be ANY better"
We were traveling from Austin, TX and really wanted a Gyro. I found their place on this site and we absolutely loved it!
Great food. The Gyro Plate included: Soup or Salad, Choice of Potato, More Gyro meat than any one human should eat, wine or beer AND desert. All of this for $10.99. We were shocked at how good it was and the price.
We would highly recommend this place and look forward to our next trip back to visit.
A good all around value.
I really enjoy Paul's Omega. My husband and I dine there regularly. It has fantastic breakfast food especially.
The service is very fast- usually you have your food in a matter of minutes. They also have a large staff of servers taking care of water and coffee- if you are drinking either of these you won't run out!
Paul's also has a very large menu. From Greek traditional to American to breakfast food, Paul's has a lot to offer. They also give you a free drink and dessert with each dinner, which I would say averages about $8. I do not think that is a bad value. The portion sizes are very large, and I always get too much to eat!
I like Pauls, and I think it is worth a visit!
Paul's Omega. I agree with the previous review. Since Paul took it over the quality of the food has really depreciated. They raised the prices to almost match the better restaurants so why go to there and deal with screeming kids. If you want to have a nice meal, DO NOT GO TO PAUL'S OMEGA.
the food was better before Paul took it over.
The prices went up and food went down.
the service got slower.
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