For someone on a limited budget like me, the Sunday brunch is very affordable. On the two occasions that I've gone to Gogi's I had the Jabon (ham) and proscuitto bocadillo with Kalamata olive tapenade with their housecut potato chips. Outstanding, especially the chips! Before our entrees arrived, we were served some small, very tasty blueberry muffins.
A delicious meal for a very reasonable $9. The restaurant was attractively decorated and very peaceful and the service was good. All in all, a great dining experience. As expected, the dinners run in a higher price range.
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