My fiance and I went here on a last-minute whim this weekend. It was nice, I'm glad I finally got there. We were lucky enough to get patio seating. I actually didn't like the inside. It was very cramped, small, felt unclean. I know their quirky interior appeals to many customers, but it turned me off. Esp the tiny unisex bathroom.
I ordered the Cuban hash/2 eggs over easy - it was ok. The hash was an exotic version of lunchroom sloppy joes and salty. However, I ate it with the corn pancake we shared and that fixed everything. It was a dense sweet cake that worked better with my dish than the toritillas. It sopped up the gravy well and offset the saltiness, blandness of the hash. My fiancee got the Basque scrambler and it was amazing with the tortillas. I would highly recommend that.
The coffee was great and the service was excellent. While our wait wasn't too long for a table, it probably took 40 minutes for us to get our food. Granted it was Sunday breakfast rush hour, but in my opinion that's too long to wait. Also, our bill was expensive. I think for everything listed, plus a side of bacon and 2 pots of tea, it came to $40 w/ tip. Ouch. I was surprised to get charged to for 2 teas... come on, it's a tea bag and we didn't like the first tea. Am I being too picky about the bill?
While I enjoyed our visit, I don't know if I'd return or recommend it. Like I said, it's very appealing to many patrons, so I'd have to say give it a try yourself. I liked it, but the quirks make me hesitant to return.
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