Went there for sunday brunch.
The decor has a bit of a 90's feeling, with a lot of colors and quirky things on the wall. Well, I am a nineties' kid, so perfect! The place looks smaller from the outside than it actually is- I was surprised. The menu is extensive and it was hard hard hard to pick:
I had waffles with blueberry, and my boyfriend had HUMONGUOUS pancakes. The pancakes were lovely, so were the waffles.
The orange juice was freshly squeezed and delicious, the coffee alright. Our waitress was attentive but did the bare minimum, I could however see other waiters being very engaged and helpful with their tables- we might just had bad luck, or she a bad day. Pricewise, I thought it was decent: we got a lot of food after all, and definitely were full for the rest of the day, and that's the purpose of brunch.
So, a nice spot for a sunday brunch.
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