We met family for Sunday brunch. It was mostly full when we arrived, but it wasn't very loud which was nice - we had conversations without raising our voices! The decor was on the urban dark side - industrial meets farm? - it fit the menu and style.
We each had something different off the brunch menu and lunch menus and ordered Bollywood and Samurai Fries as appetizers. The waitress was down to earth and friendly and timed everything perfectly. We got to enjoy our drinks and fries before our brunch was served.
The fries were average and a bit oily, but thought there was something missing. Pancakes were fluffy and perfectly cooked and had some blueberries thrown in. The French toast was fluffy and had a good bread to egg ratio, and had some spice thrown in. The chicken and waffles... well the thin strips of chicken were lightly battered and fried just right so there was no extra oil, but generally was bland. The waffle was good, but nothing special. I added hot sauce to the syrup for some spice for the chicken. Bacon was tasty!
All around a nice experience and if in the area, would go back.
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