We went with friends on a Sunday morning, prime time except that we arrived by 9:15 so e were seated immediately in the beautiful outdoor courtyard. The menu is extensive, and, for a breakfast/brunch place pretty expensive but the food was great. The wait staff understood "3-whites with one whole egg, dry, with tomatoes, onions and mushrooms, steamed not sauteed". [They also understood french toast with gobs of whipped cream and strawberries, but that's not so unusual]. This is a neighborhood place in terms of who it attracts, but way beyond the norm in what it offers. The shopping center is nondescript but Plums Cafe is not.
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