Delightful experience. Owners are warm and made us feel like we were eating in their own kitchen. Food was homemade and came out hot and tasty. Can't wait to come back!
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As some others have stated, it is a quaint little "mere et pere" cafe run by a French couple. My young daughter and I walked in about 9:30 on a Friday. Apparently, they serve mostly regulars, and they all decided to leave and pay at...More
I don't know what everyone is talking about below. The owners were gracious and quick, my banana oatmeal pancakes were fresh and delicious. Coffee was really good (and Im picky). We were a family of 5 and we had no issues. We came here to...More
We went to this café for brunch because of all the great reviews. I don't get it. The waitress was rude and it was the worst service I've have ever had at a restaurant. Example, "Is it possible to substitute the white cheese in the...More
I had time for a quick breakfast on a weekday. Never been here before, and this was nearby. There are several tables, and only 3 were full. I sat alone and was greeted quickly. I ordered my bacon and eggs and waited. And waited. Took...More
A French chef and his wife have run this little bistro for over 10 years, making everything fresh, every day. Omelettes, quiche, sandwiches, soups, croissants, French specialties and more are available for breakfast and lunch. (They are not open for dinner.) The portions are generous....More
I am not sure why this breakfast/ lunch place is listed as "Southern Gourmet"...instead it is just a cute, local cafe that specializes in omelettes. In an area full of chain restaurants, it is a nice alternative. Our meals were huge and cheap. The owners...More