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08:30am - 05:00pm

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If you notice my thumb next to the slice of Swedish bread, you’ll realize just how small this portion is. (Also, my hands are tiny.) For $16 - even though there was no service charge and GST - this was really not okay.

Bread was toasted to the point that my lunch bud and I couldn’t cut through it. This dish is filed under “sandwiches” and it really just is that- smoked salmon, cheese-yogurt, and a bit of garnish, nothing more.

Forgive the blurry cheesepull shot, my sister was so excited to try this she couldn’t stay a little still for the photo 🙃 I’ll say the feeling’s very well justified, cause this grilled cheese sandwich tasted every bit as good as it looks. The rosemary sourdough bread was so fragrant, with the right amount of tang in there, and boasted a wonderfully airy yet chewy and densedough, which tastes absolutely gorgeous when toasted. Put that winning bread with a combination of 3 cheeses that, together, offer just the right amount of that meaty mouthfeel, saltiness, and stringy melty oozy goodness — you’ve got a winner here mates 👌🏻👌🏻


I didn’t find the espresso blend particularly memorable, lending to a brew that was, yes, very decent and balanced as well; but also so mild and mellow I kinda forgot about it honestly. Let’s just say, would you rather see that I left it half empty or full?

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I generally try my very best to find even the slightest nice things to say, especially when I’m visiting a place whose branding and philosophy I really like; but I have to admit nothing good came to mind when we received our Salmon Smørrebrød ($16). It’s not that it wasn’t tasty, but these 2 toasts barely amounted to the size of my palm — I kid you not — with each slice of bread being no thicker than my finger (which is pretty small I assure you). Yes the bread was good, so was the housemade dill creme fraîche and the smoked salmon. Is it worth $16 though — I think not. My sister was so upset with this she wouldn’t stop ranting for half an hour. I mean think about it: if I could get a hefty grilled cheese sandwich that easily feeds 2 for $19, why would I order this?


I’ll tell you now: no regrets. What we got was a whole lotta — basically a mountain — of juicy, earthy, meaty, and garlicky thyme mushrooms; a handful of fresh arugula; and a thick layer of creamy, rich, slightly tangy housemade ricotta; all of these sandwich between the yummiest slices of country bread. YUM. It seems quite steep at $18 for a meatless sandwich, but with the amount of attention paid to each element, as well as how generous the portion was really, I’d say this was worth every single cent.

Tried the banana bread and the cinnamon roll but both were disappointing. The banana bread had a promising texture, as it was soft and moist inside and had a pretty smooth bite. However, the banana bread lacked some flavour and tasted pretty bland. The cinnamon roll was way too hard for my liking - it was really difficult to bite into it and the cinnamon flavour wasn’t particularly impressive as well. I’ve just returned from Paris and London, so maybe I had too high expectations after tasting all the great bakes there. But for the prices they charge, I think the bakes could definitely be better.