Only stopped in for breakfast, but waited forever to be seated. The dining area was barren, except for out-of-place crystal chandeliers and wall sconces...and a picture of a dining plate with a Bible on it. The waitstaff patiently tolerated the non-locals, and the whole experience took most of the morning. The chourica and cheese omelet was fairly tasty, as was a veggie omelet. Overall decent food, but very slow.
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