Mo-Bay Grill in Sebastian Breakfast Review

Breakfast review at Mo-Bay Grill in Sebastian, Florida.
Breakfast review at Mo-Bay Grill in Sebastian, Florida.

On Saturday morning, we headed to Mo-Bay Grill for breakfast in Sebastian, Florida.

We were greeted and seated immediately by our server, Johnny. The service was excellent. The Mo-Bay Grill breakfast menu is one single page, just the way we like it. They have a variety of breakfast entrees.

I ordered the Double WOW, which consist of two pancakes, two eggs, two pieces of bacon, and two sausage links for $9.99.

The Double Wow at Mo-Bay.
The Double Wow at Mo-Bay.

The eggs came out like an omelet instead of the “fluffy” scrambled style that I prefer. Even so, they were delicious. I did not care much for the sausage links, but the bacon was excellent.

The pancakes were spot on, very good, and I look forward to having them again soon.

Homemade Corned Beef Hash at Mo-Bay.
Homemade Corned Beef Hash at Mo-Bay.

My wife ordered the Homemade Corned Beef Hash with two scrambled eggs, home fries, and rye toast. She was delighted with the entire meal.

  • Cons: Eggs were slightly greasy and not fluffy like I prefer.
  • Pros: The home fries and Pumpkin Pancakes are outstanding.

The owner, Wesley Campbell, made sure to walk around and speak individually to each table.

“You only have one chance to please a customer, and we try to improve the restaurant daily,” Campbell told Sebastian Daily.

Campbell cares about his restaurant, food, and customers. We highly recommend Mo-Bay Grill.

Mo-Bay Grill is located at 1401 Indian River Drive in Sebastian, Florida. For more information, call 772-932-5813.

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About Andy Hodges
Andy Hodges was born in Annapolis, Maryland, but was raised in Jupiter, Florida. He spent 12 years in radio & television before making a career change to computer programming and computer engineering. Andy worked for several technology companies in Atlanta before returning to Florida in 2002. Eventually, he returned to the news sector and joined Sebastian Daily in 2016 as our editor in chief. Andy's family has lived in Sebastian for more than 45 years.