The place is clean, plain wooden square tables, starchy white tablecloth, straight back chairs. I am quite amazed by the food...so simple yet very gourmet.
Today I had squash soup, salad with mushroom, blue cheese and bacon, and salted cod, olives and mushroom pasta. And the bread tops them all. They serve warm bread with butter or olive oil.
I ordered about 20 whole loaves of bread for Christmas. They can pre slice for you and put them in individual paper bags. They went gaga at my office since I gave each of my colleagues one loaf in a brown bag. Just put a red ribbon and voila! instant Christmas gift. The sourdough was the favorite....soft in the inside crusty on the outside with just a hint of sour. The multigrain panotta is another favorite specially for those pretending to go healthy.
The owner is the chef which according to my sister refuses to be interviewed. Well I am not interested in interviews or the history of this, or that. I just go for the food. So everytime I am in Quezon City, at the area of Timog and Scout streets, I go there. And now whenever my colleagues know I will be in the Quezon City area, of course they await the bread.
The place can become full by 1pm. So popular despite the fact that parking is still a hassle and credit cards are not accepted.