They need to improve their service and also, they need to be kind with tourist. Good food, bad service!!!
The cashier was very kind and the food was solid!
Great little spot with a beautiful outdoor seating area. The staff is good with food allergies, when they where not sure on what the gluten free bread was made of (needs to be nut free) they called the chef to doublecheck. I ordered the tuna sandwich on gluten free bread and a lavender latte with oat milk. Both where tasty.
Ridiculously expensive. Your average 2 eggs, 2 slices of bacon, and hashbrowns cost $13 and drip coffee costs $5. Most cafes offer those items at $10 and $3, respectively.
I am Disappointed as a customers, the cafe is inequitable to pushed higher prices, menu food display are lower prices. False advertising of lower price on menu. Sadly, food quality is poor. Sent from my iPhone
The food and presentation was good. My husband said the burrito was lacking a little flavor. I honestly felt the hollandaise sauce on my Benedict was lacking as well. It wasn't as thick as a normal hollandaise sauce would be. They messed up our order, but the manager took care of us. I'm sure they working out the kinks. I was pleased to find they have GF options/ bread. We'll have to give this place another try in the future.
Nice coffee shop, part of a hotel,so a bit on the pricier side. Their Avocado toast was great and they have plenty of outdoors seating