Food and drink
The food is herb-infused and well crafted. While dinner is a good bet for first timers, it's really more of a brunch haven with delicious Eggs Benedict and Florentine, as well as tasty tarts. The hollandaise sauce is not too eggy or runny; just a perfect buttery compliment to the poached eggs.
Eggs Benedict and Florentine are the most popular choices but the tarts and quiche are also delicious.
It's cramped so claustrophobes may not be comfortable here. This isn't a noisy place but it's also hard to have a private conversation. If you're lucky, opt for a seat on the sidewalk. It's better for people watching and offers a bit more privacy.
Service can be great one day, crappy the next. It all depends on the mood of the waiting staff.
On the corner of West 11th Street in the West Village. It's a great spot as it's not over-congested as far as foot traffic goes.
Brunch is a bit cheaper than dinner and more fun; it's about $15 with coffee. And it's BYOB as the restaurant doesn't have an alcohol licence.
Tables to book
Opt for one on the sidewalk if the weather is fine. You'll have more room to move.