Had brunch here (at the bar counter) on a weekend and at 11:30am, they were already on full reservations. Must make prior reservations if you're planning to dine here on a weekend.
We had a Smily Egg Benedict and Rosti w Chicken Cheese Sausage. Food tasted alright, not to die for but above average. Pretty pricey food and drinks though. Probably paying for the ambience. Lots of oldies furniture, decor, music. Feels good.
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