We've driven by Bintliff's dozens and dozens of times, always opting for someplace else. Today decided to stop in for Sunday brunch and so glad we did!! Cozy atmosphere, rather like someone's home, albeit stuck in 80s mauve and green decor. Service was friendly and food was incredible. Ordered lobster omelets with veggies and asiago cheese. Must have been a 6-egg omelette with 1/2 lb of claw and knuckle meat. Ordered raisin toast on the side and got a slab of homemade apple cinnamon raisin toast that could have been a meal in itself. So good!
Service was friendly enough, but we sat with empty coffee/tea mugs for quite a while (after first cups). That's the only downside. Brunch was expensive, but we expected that having ordered lobster.
Menu was large and offered many delicious sounding options. Will definitely return.
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