We visited for Sunday brunch and were very impressed. It was predictably busy and crowded since the interior is pretty small. The food took a little longer than anticipated but was without question worth the wait. They make things fresh here and the food reflected this deliberate approach- fresh, flavorful, uniquely seasoned, and delicious.
Although they were busy the wait staff was excellent.
I can recommend both the blacked catfish eggs benedict and the traditional eggs benedict with pork tenderloin. Both were on the spicy side but well balanced so as to not be overwhelming. We will be back!
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