Just wanting something small for breakfast, we popped into Helios on a late Friday morning. They were packed, and while we didn't mind having to sit outside if not for the hedges surrounding the outdoor seating we would've been quite cold with the March breeze. Respectfully suggest they leave some indoor tables as 'non laptop only', as the inside was awash with laptops. Wait time for our order was longer than expected, but due to the layout we could observe the nonstop motion in the kitchen and at the espresso machine, so they were doing the best they could with the volume of customers. Nothing earth-shaking in terms of unique food, but the quality and portions sizes were good with reasonable prices. For example, $5 for their Greek Yogurt with fruit and house granola seemed a fair price for over a cup of Kirkland Greek Yogurt, Driscoll berries, slices of Granny Smith apple, and 1/2 cup of house granola drizzled with honey. Their decaf vanilla latte had the right balance of vanilla and froth, their cafe miel was not overpoweringly spicy nor sticky-honey sweet. Observing some of the food being plated, noticed a number of orders with hash browns that were burnt black around the edges; mistakes will always happen in a kitchen. We'd recommend this for a quick coffee and baked goodie and look forward to trying again and enjoying the outdoor seating area when it's a bit warmer.
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