Good brunch, that's unique and quality is difficult to come by.
This place is small (use Open Table) but presented very well. The smoked onion and rock shrimp soup was flavorful, subtle and frankly one of the best I've had.
The vegetarian benedict had a sweetness and freshness - even the muffins - that was really enjoyable. My wife's omlette looked as even cooked as it could.
Recommend doing to prix fix and split the coffee and cocktail. The former is expensive, the latter cheap.
Only small gripe is my coffee refills were slow coming.
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