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Very trendy with big portions and so many choices on the menu. Standard service not over the top like most west island restaurants. I had a crepe with ham and Swiss cheese and it was delicious. My kids meals were also on the plus size. Overall a good place to hang out and enjoy a delicious breakfast. This is a great place to bring the kids or a friend, also great for a business meeting. I'll be back :)
When this place has just opened, food were served nicely. Waiters and waiteresses were very kind and polite. But overtime my partner and my family noticed a huge difference on the service especially the plates. Try coming early in the morning between 6 to 8am.. the mashed potatoes are a bright yellow. Try coming in around 11 onwards.. it looked overcooked.. idk if it's from constant reheating or over exposure of food. And not just that, the potatoes has some mixture of bacon in it. I would like to think that it's a clear cross contamination of food in the kitchen but hey, God knows. Moving on, the service also became fickle. The utensils even coffee mugs have some sip marks. I was so disgusted. Like how do you clean your plates and all that? Do you just rinse them in water and not actually use a soap? idk. i stopped going to this place because of these issues. My food served cold. Potatoes with bacon or sausage bits in it.. sip marks on my mug and some stains on the knife and spoon. Ugh.
By far the best breakfast in the west island. Amazing food, portions are huge, great home made style potatoes and exotic fruit plates. Try the cheese on the potatoes! The Rockyfeller Benedict is my favourite. Go early on the weekends to avoid the line up. Great decor.
We recently tried this new breakfast restaurant and were impressed with the clean, bright and bold surroundings. The service was very friendly and fast. The food was well prepared and beautifully presented. I chose one of their eggs benedict plates and like the majority of restaurants, the hollandaise sauce was a little weak in the butter department. It was refreshing to have GOOD COFFEE, which strangely seems to be a rarity in Montreal breakfast restaurants.
After choosing our meals, the waitress pleasantly asked if I would like cheddar cheese, swiss cheese or both on my potatoes.... I thought wow, that's a nice idea, and chose the cheddar.... if I had known I was going to be charged an additional $2.50 for some melted cheese mixed in to my potatoes (hardly tasted any cheese at all), I would have definitely refused. Although I understand you get what you pay for....I still find over $40 for breakfasr for 2 a little high.
All in all a pleasant experience if you disregard the surprise surcharges, and I would definitely recommend this restaurant.
Unfortunately like many restaurants that become popular quickly, the quality and consistancy start to suffer. The last 2 visits will probably be my last. Food was served cold (undercooked and cold bacon and cold slimy eggs). Noisy, slow service, packed and food is just average (when it's cooked) and expensive when compared to other breakfast spots in and around Montreal.