This reasonably-priced restaurant was a nice find for Saturday brunch in the theatre district.
The biggest surprise was the portion sizes and the accompaniments with our dishes.
My dining companion had Eggs Norvegian (Eggs Benedict with Salmon), and it came with a generous serving of green salad and a delectable hash brown.
I did find it a little strange that the waitress wasn't familiar with Croque Madame, which is simply a Croque Monsieur with a fried egg on top. She had to go to the kitchen to see if they could make the dish, and they were able to comply.
I have never seen such a massive Croque Madame in my life - this could have easily fed 2-3 people. It included green salad, and I ordered the pommes rissoles on the side. That was an exemplary potato dish, crisp and seasoned well.
The profiteroles dessert served 2, and was yummy - the fudge sauce was delicious and served warm.
Would definitely come back here again for another pre-theatre meal.
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