We decided to visit the Wise Acre Eatery for Sunday brunch, we knew it would likely be busy and that it was a boutique restaurant and as such we had gone in with our eyes open, but we did not bank on the 45 minute wait time that eventually turned into a 75 minute test of patience. With that said we were able to sit outside while waiting and were supplied on a regular basis with great strong coffee by the friendly staff. I was looking forward to the food having read a lot of great reviews on-line and it was presented very well, but it missed the mark when it came to taste. I’m not sure if I was expected too much from the “straight from the farm” messages but I’ve had many “straight from the farm” eggs before and the ones I got in my dish at the Wise Acre Eatery didn’t hit the spot.
I don’t mind paying money for great food, but $75 for a family of four for a small breakfast left me scratching my head and wondering what had just happened.
So in summary, I’ll remember the painfully long wait time and I’ve already forgot about the food.
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