La Maison primarily serves breakfast and lunch, and I've tried both. For lunch I had the roast pork sandwich -- luscious, not at all dry, roast pork with just the right accompaniments on a superior in-house baked ciabatta, with a tasty pasta salad alongside. Breakfast was even better. My friend and I each had omlettes. Mine, the "peasant," had grilled onions, tomatoes, whole nicoise olives, and cheese cuddled beneath a blanket of fluffy egg. My friend's -- the "Loire Valley" -- was served in a different style: the egg formed a kind of round platfom/shallow bowl for the artichokes and mushrooms, which were swimming in a rich artichoke sauce. Both omlettes were preceded by a ripe melon appetizer and were accompanied by huge house-made English muffins with butter and jam. Believe me, these bear no relationship to Thomas' s English muffins. Both the coffee and the service were fantastic, and the restaurant, despite its diminutive size, had a live musician on a Sunday morning. We must have chosen just the right time to go, because we had no wait. Finally, because the pastry case beckoned, we took a chocolate croissant to go. In a word: fabulous. I can't wait to go back to La Maison.
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