Great food, coffee & pastries!
Uwe Theis (owner) really takes pride in his baking, ingredients and in his restaurant. I was at the restaurant very early one morning and saw Uwe pushing the cart of freshly baked pretzels and pastries to the pastry counter. Since I never met a stranger, of course I engaged him and began asking him about his path to Fork & Spoon. I had the Mediterranean omlette and it was devine! The feta, sun dried tomatos, mushrooms and spinach were layered inside the 3 egg omlette instead of being mixed in - this allowed for the full flavor of the ingredients to be savored. The country fried potatoes left me wanting more and the latte (no frills or flavors, just good coffee!) was very tasty and had a nice finish. I almost left without trying the pastries and am so glad the staff talked me into getting one to go! This pretzel was the most satisfying pretzel I have ever eaten. First, it looked perfect - exactly shaped, beautifuly baked to a golden tawny brown color and sprinkled with a conscience amount of salt that complimented the flavor intead of overpowering it. No condiment use here! I realized my previous pretzel encounters depended on the condiments to make the 'ol fella palatable. In addition to the flavor, my favorite part of the pretzel was the texture. The texture was soft but firm, chewy not rubbery. No more mall, street cart or circus pretzels for me! And if you see Uwe (pronounced oo-va, 'oo' sounds like 'you', but without the 'y') ask him about the recipe, respect! Would love to sit outside on the patio, people watch and try lunch/dinner next time! Great place for business meeting, to go with family, friends or solo.
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