We happened upon this restaurant on a Saturday morning for breakfast. I had the quinoa cereal, and my wife had the quiche. We also ordered the banana bread and a croissant, as well as a coffee and spiced hot chocolate. The food was extremely tasty, and the baked goods were clearly homemade and fresh. The coffee/hot chocolate was served in awkward large bowls, which may have been a bit of a pain to drink out of, but was fun nonetheless. The spiced hot chocolate was very unique and spicy, be aware, this is not your grandmother's hot drink. The staff gave us to go cups for our drinks, which was a nice touch to take on the go.
While the food was tasty, it was a little expensive $60 for 2 for breakfast. The bakery has plenty of great looking options, on my next visit, I may skip the meal altogether and load up on pastries and coffee!