Stopped by this lovely restaurant for breakfast with my husband today and would absolutely go back. The historic building and courtyard that make up the dining space of the restaurant is cozy and welcoming. Our waitress let us know the translation of the name means Sugar Garden, named for the Sugar Birds that spend time eating and bathing in the spaces provided for them outside. All of the food was very fresh and cooked perfectly. Best omelette, croissant, and coffee I've had in a long time!
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