My husband and I went for a late breakfast on a Thursday and found the menu to be creative and the omelettes very tasty. The restaurant is in an older building and decorated with semi-antiques. There were only a few patrons and we, semi-retirees, were definitely the oldest. But it was delightful chatting with the young couple and their baby at the next table. A challenge but not impossible is finding on the street parking. The restaurant is in a historical section of Richmond and not in a suburban shopping center. This is both positive and negative.