I get that we were paying for the location and the atmosphere, but the prices were still pretty excessive ($10 for oatmeal? $12 for 2 eggs?). Everyone enjoyed their meals, but it never seemed worth what we were paying for good, not great, food.
The unusual orders were a burger that had smoke dominate the taste throughout. This was interesting at first bite, but grew cloying over time, as there was nothing on the burger to cut through or mellow the taste (the homemade pickles were bland). Weirdly, the toast from my partner's eggs also was dominated by smoke (and went uneaten). My son had a massive French Toast that was crispy on the outside and almost gooey on the inside. He also said the over-dominant sweetness made the first piece wonderful, but went downhill from there.
The highlight for him was the best tea selection he has seen in this country... while I am not the connoisseur he is, I wondered how good tea has to be for almost $8 (he was exceptionally pleased! I thought it tasted nice).
I wouldn't go back if I was paying, but would find something if someone invited me. If money is no object, and you want a lovely place to go... this is for you!
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