I started with the yogurt parfait, which has granola, Greek yogurt, and honey comb. I’m not a huuuuge honey fan, but it really added a little something special to the yogurt and fresh fruit 😉
Next I had the very berry pancake, which is a pancake with raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries on top. I ended up wishing the fruit was actually mixed into the pancake batter, but otherwise, I have no complaints about my perfectly cooked pancake!
“The Boyfriend” ordered the eggs Benedict with Canadian bacon, garlic spinach, and hollandaise sauce. Even though I don’t eat meat, I had to try the sauce because it smelled delicious! It was – I ended up wishing the restaurant also served eggs Florentine (of course).
I was absolutely stuffed after my meal, but the table ordered the lollipop tree, which came with bubble gum whipped cream. The “lollipops” were little round cakes on sticks in a variety of flavors. I don’t even remember which flavor I tried, but I wasn’t that impressed.
- Beautiful space – I felt like I was eating in a chic country house or a large (clean) barn
- Fresh tasting food
- Space – I love when my table isn’t on top of my neighbors!
- In Soho aka far from where I live 🙂
- Service was a little spotty, but to give the benefit of the doubt, it was Easter brunch time
I would definitely recommend trying at least once, especially if you’re a David Burke fan!