Cute, but crazy, but cute
A super cute looking place with friendly staff and apparently a bunch of cunts in the kitchen. I asked for the meat quiche with bacon, sausage, tomato and whatever else they had listed under the ingredients. Ms. Salty asked for her regular three egg white plus one whole egg omelette with vegetables and whatnot. The server came back and told us that they will do the omelette just this once but it’s too much of a hassle to separate the yolk from the white. Anybody that works in the kitchen beside the dishwasher, should be ashamed if they feel strained by separating a couple eggs! I swear to fucking god, the next time when someone tells me that, I will go in there and show them how to do it! A bunch of incompetent idiots! Despite this, the omelette came out looking amazing and it tasted very good. Ms. Salty said it’s one of the best ones she’s had in the city.
Unfortunately, I wasn’t this lucky with my quiche. It was dry and clearly made very early that day or the day before and it was heated up in the microwave. If that wasn’t enough, it wasn’t even a fucking quiche! There were no eggs in it! So it was really a meat pie. Which wouldn’t have been a problem but it was so salty that even Ms. Salty wanted to have nothing to do with it. I needed some chapstick afterward because the salt content dried my lips on contact. While the place looks great with friendly service, we’re hesitant to return. The coffee was very good by the way and so was the salad that accompanied my dry salt/meat pie.
I’ve read many reviews about them and we also had a recommendation, so one morning we decided to try it out. The place is super nice, you can bring your dog here, the staff is really helpful and they have the skill to serve your food Insta worthy.
I really wish I could come back here. They made a really good 3 egg whites + 1 egg omelette BUT the nice waitress said she had to beg to the kitchen to make it and this is a one time only thing. Hahh… Okay. I wish I could gush about them and trust me, I would. I just can’t understand the attitude. If you can make it once, why could you not do it again? I loved the small kifli (small twisted bread roll in the shape of a crescent moon) on the side and I liked the coffee too. Yuzu’s not-quiche was too salty for him, so I almost liked it. I liked the food. I liked the place. But the lack of willingness to make reasonable changes makes me disappointed and sad.