Had brunch there recently. The service is not fast, but attentive. Highlights were the rich and deep French onion soup and the mushroom and sherry soup. My eggs Benedict Florentine was wonderful--the best Hollandaise sauce I've ever had. Converted my mom who said she hated Hollandaise sauce! Although we were too full for dessert, the creme brulee called our name ever so sweetly--and was another hit. Velvety, not too sweet or rich, with a tangy raspberry drizzle on the sugar crust. Was pretty quiet for most of our meal but as the place filled up it did get noisier (a consideration since we have a handicapped family member who is sensitive to noise).
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