We visited this place on a Sunday for lunch and had an overall satisfying experience.
The interior was pleasant around the ordering area; high ceiling, clean wood floors and window cases full of mouth watering desserts and deli salads. But once you ordered, it seems like a cafeteria. There was a self-service beverage station with cold and hot beverage. Glasses and mugs piled up. Water, iced tea in a glass container, coffee brewing in glass pots on burners etc. In the dining area lots of square tables were lined up in straight lines, so not too much of an ambiance. Fortunately there weren't too many people and we found ourselves a table for four in the corner by the window but I can see how chaotic it could get when it is crowded. They do have an outdoor patio surrounded with flowers and bushes, tables with unbrealla over them that seemed nice.
The menu was breakfast plates and sandwiches. It seemed pricey to me. Breakfast plates were between $8.50 and $12 and sandwiches were all $9.75. Regular lunch menu of burgers and paninis were off the wall being Sunday, I guess. The sandwiches do come with a "side salad" (instead of chips or fries) which was plain field greens (no tomato, cucumber or anything else) with not much of dressing, and a couple of little pieces of watermelon. You get a choice of bread; white, wheat, oat, baguette, or wrap. I realized even though this is a "bakery" their baked food is mostly sweet stuff and they do not have any artisan breads. So I chose "wheat" and it was a soft brown bread like you find at a supermarket. I should say, though, that the sandwich was very substantial. My pork sandwich had pineapple chutney on it. It made the whole sandwich too sweet to my taste but that is subjective.
We tried as a little dessert what is called "magic bar" and it was very good.
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