Looking for a breakfast while visiting Picton, we decided to try this place. Right off, you wonder where you are? The menu is Chinese, but the decor if very Greek. What is going on? Our server was Chinese, and she seemed to be alone in the place, but I'm assuming someone was back in the kitchen cooking. Perhaps the cook is Greek. Service was good, but it was not busy.
Breakfast was interesting . . . . They have a wide choice on the menu, and my wife was pleased to see eggs benedict, so ordered it. English muffin, ham slice, poached egg and a Kraft single topped with packaged sauce. Now that sounds weird, but My wife said it actually was pretty good. Not your normal Benedict, but after the initial shock of the cheese, it tasted ok. I had a simple eggs & sausage and it was good. Everything was done correctly, our coffee was refilled and service was good.
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