We enjoy taking our out of town guests to our favorite local restaurant. The salads are delicious. Staff are friendly and service is good. We particularly enjoy when the owner plays guitar.
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I've come with just my husband, with friends and with large groups and it's always good! There's a beautiful garden in the rear when the weather is nice and there's often live music indoors. The quiches are served with nice sides and are terrific. I...More
My wife and I took my mother here for dinner recently. The owner greeted us at the door graciously, and doubled as part of the evening's entertainment (him on the guitar, accompanied by a standing bass). The service was attentive and quick, not overbearing, and...More
My fiancé came here without me so I asked him if we can go. DELICIOUS! I had the cheddar broccoli bacon quiche and he had the Mexicali quiche. We loved everything we had plus the lady was super nice. Their French onion soup and creamy...More
All of their quiches are really delicious and there are many to choose from. You can also take out whole quiches either warm or cold. We ordered from the extensive menu including several chicken dishes and one of their dinner salads and all were really...More
A very nice place with excellent food and good service. Live music some of the time is great. The homemade food is really good and the price is very reasonable
A friend from Teaneck took me to the "Quiche" the other day for a quick lunch. The SW chicken wrap was good. Only complaint is the small size for the beverage, and no one coming around asking if I wanted a refill.
Nice leisurely lunch with old college pal. Great menu. Had the fruit soup medley with pita and Hummus which was to die for. It was a peaches and pear fruit soup with strawberries, almond chips and coconut slices. Just fabulous.
A friend took us there on a recent trip to NJ and it was quite delightful and delicious. A lovely cafe atmosphere with gracious welcoming service and delicious menu attractions. The food was excellent with varying delights we don't normally see.