When we asked about the English muffin, they brought it promptly. When we mentioned the mushroom, the waitress seemed as confused as we were.
We thought it was nice that they brought us the English muffin so quickly, but we were dismayed to see that they had charged us for it as a side. This dish was a little greasy, but the highlight was the potato tartlet, sort of a mix between a latke and a hash, this was tasty and surprisingly light. Another breakfast item we tried was the Honey Ham and Brie Stuffed French Toast. You get a thick chunk of the French toast, with a few slices of honey ham and brie cheese stuffed inside. This was really not as decadent as it appears. The saltiness from the ham and brie takes away from the sweetness of the French toast so the whole thing actually works. The crust on the toast is amazing and the inside is soft and moist, just the way it should be. If you like your toast sweeter, take advantage of the Canadian Maple Syrup served alongside. For $10, this is a heck of a breakfast. This seemed a little reminiscent of the Panettone toast served at Q4 on Broadway. This wasn't as sweet but both are a bit over the top.
Both items were served with a little shooter of mango puree, which was a pleasant little addition.
- Waits are long so go early and late, avoid prime dining times
- Staff is a bit unfocused, but pleasant
- Benny Stack is no longer on the menu