Initially we were there to try the crepes, but once we saw the menu, there were just too many things to try. I had the quiche of the day, which was goat cheese, bacon and spinach. It was seriously delicious. Fiance had the breakfast bruschetta, which had brioche, pancetta, eggs, roasted tomatoes and pesto. The empty plate suggested he was a fan. We also shared a berry crepe for dessert. It was really tasty, but fiance and I are more of street crepe people. We really love the crusty edges of street crepes, whereas when crepes are on plates, they tend to be softer and more like pancakes.
The ambiance was also really nice. It felt like we were in a tiny French cafe. The restaurant also had a few tables outside, which would be amazing during the spring or fall. My only complaint was that our waitress was a little awkward, but it is certainly something I could look past. I anticipate we will be returning here again, especially when we live in Old Town. A visit for brunch with a new family member (a puppy is requirement once we own a house) sounds like a perfect Sunday to me.
Note: generally the pictures for my restaurant posts aren't the greatest quality. Given that this blog is just a little side hobby for me and I'm not a professional restaurant reviewer, I don't feel right taking tons of pictures of the restaurant or the food and disrupting other customers' meals. As a result, I rely on pictures already online. I hope you understand!