We came here for brunch in the midst of a workshop. One of the great things about this place is that they seem to be able to accommodate large groups from your Yoga workshops such that people have a good lunch experience without feeling rushed and we get back on time.
We are mostly vegetarians and there were quite a few vegetarian choices. I wished that the chilaquiles had been made with some of the excellent soy chorizo that is now available. That's what I would have had if I'd had the choice. Instead I had a wild mushroom omelette with truffle oil accompanied by roasted rosemary potatoes and cheddar and scallion potato cake ( by mistake). The rosemary potatoes were a bit over-roasted, nicely crispy but not at all soft inside. The potato cake was rather bland without much cheddar or scallion flavor. The best dish, however, was an Asian cole slaw for which the place is known locally. It includes ramen noodles, several types of cabbage, roasted peanuts and a dressing of rice vinegar and toasted sesame oil. Delicious!!
It was quiet and uncrowded when we were there during the noon hour and the service was swift without being rushed and friendly. (When I noted the error about the potatoes on my plate, the server just brought the additional potato cake.) And the price was right. It is not outstanding preparation, but very good neighborhood yummy breakfast.