Have enjoyed lunch several times, but had brunch recently and it too was amazing. We had a large group and everyone totally enjoyed what they ordered. If you are a fan of mussels, don't miss them here! Steamed in white wine, garlic and served with the best home fries I've ever had. For appetizers we had the house smoked salmon over greens with poached egg and caper remoulade and the paneed avocado with crawfish remoulade (both are awesome!) Brunch, the crab cake benedict rocks, but save room for the creme brulee (my favorite dessert and one of the best in town.) Service is good and the place - a 100 year old historic church - is divine. There is also a lovely patio (too hot to enjoy in August), but will def go back in the fall. One of the most under appreciated restaurants in NOLA.