I live nearby and did not know the place. When you travel the world you tend to ignore your own yard. Amazing place, you eat almost in the kitchen, observing the chef. Delicious brunch on Sunday morning. I was told that there were only 13 seats and you cannot book. So we waited by the door at 9:15 for a 9:30 opening and at 9:31 the place was full. Worth the wait, but go early or late for lunch in the afternoon. My partner had sweet crepe with generous portion of pork belly and other spices, I had something more spicy with guacamole. Excellent
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