It took them over an hour to prepare our breakfast and there was no one before us waiting to be served.
The dried tomato & gouda with no onion omelette had onion and the stuffing was cold out of the fridge. The strudel was hard as a rock and the tex-mex benedict-ish eggs looked like they had been pre-digested for you by a friendly stomach.
The mango benedict-ish eggs where decent and "the best french toast in the world" was only the best french toast on that block -unless there's another restaurant, I didn't see any-
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