We (parents and university student daughter) had brunch here on a warm Sunday - perfect for eating on the nicely appointed rear patio. (Although the restaurant interior has a wonderful vibe too).
The service was friendly and professional. The brunch menu was interesting with eclectic takes on traditional dishes like Eggs Benedict. We also tried the falalel and soup/sandwich option which were both good but not exceptional.
I suspect the lunch and dinner menus are likley to deliver more 'bang for the buck' as the brunch, while interesteing and of good qulaity, was a little overpriced.
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