We arrived for a late brunch on a Sunday, between light rain showers. The inside tables were almost all full, which seemed a good sign - although we didn't see much evidence of food on them, which raised a few questions. Nonetheless, we perused the menu - and were hungry, so decided to stay.
It took quite a while to set up a table - which, given that all that needed doing was to rotate it by 45 degrees and add two napkin-wrapped sets of cutlery, turned out to be a reasonably accurate expectation-setter for the pace of service.
We ordered a deep-dish quiche (disappointing - my wife thought that it may have been sitting around for a couple of days, although the taste was OK), and an omelet (much better). Plus some orange juice (tasted pasteurized), milk, and coffees. The drinks took longer to arrive than the food - but the coffees were good when they came. A basket of (nicely toasted) bread, plus little plastic portions of jams, arrived about half way through the process. Getting a check took a while.
There seemed to be a number of regulars returning to eat, many of which seemed on friendly terms with the staff, so perhaps our expectations were a bit off. Nonetheless, although it was a reasonable meal, it wasn't much to write home about, and I didn't leave with one of those "hey, that was a fun experience' feelings - instead, I was left regretting the little things that let them down. It could have been so much better. I'll look for somewhere else the next time I go.
$38 for 2, including tip.
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