Went to Two Chefs and a Table at the recommendation of a foodie friend who has been reviewing restaurants for 20 years and loves these guys.
We turned up just past 11 on a Saturday and were given the weekend brunch menu. Fair enough, everyone else was having brunch. First impressions: fun room - packed but not uncomfortably so. Like the kitchen-on-display decor, after all, it IS called "Two Chefs..." Waitress was friendly without being intrusive. Menu prices were reasonable.
Then we got our order. First to arrive was coffee in a French press, and it was excellent. But my Mimosa was flat. Next, my companion's French Toast: the two slices of French toast had what looked liked defrosted berries (not the "fresh" the menu promises) with too much juice making the toast soggy and cold, and not only did he not get the "warm syrup" - he got no syrup - had to ask for it. (There was a little pot of compote which was nice...) Ham was OK, eggs were good. Hashbrowns a tad cold & skimpy.
My order was French bread with ham and a poached egg. I had envisioned baquette-style crusty French bread so the unimaginative two slices that appeared were a bit of a let down. Again the ham was "OK" -- I had hoped for something tastier. The poached egg was perfect as was the sauce on top. Again, the hashbrowns were not hot and skimpy.
A bit of a let down -- probably because we went with high expectations -- although there's no doubt you get your money's worth. And I'm perfectly willing to go back for lunch and give it another go as others have raved.
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