Address: 816 Duval Street, Key West, FL 33040
Parking: Not much parking available as it is on Duval. We went on a Wednesday morning so we could get a spot right in front but that will likely not always be the case. Parking was pay to park.
Seating: Outdoor seating available with plenty of fans to keep you cool but you will have your napkins and other table items blowing around so keep that in mind.
Service: We were a group of 6 which may seem overwhelming to some but there was only 1 other group in the restaurant. With that said, our server wasn’t quite the best. When asked if we could have a meal that was supposed to be a sandwich made with the eggs on the side instead of on the bread he made it seem as if that would be asking a lot of the chef. When asked if we could have butter, he stated “we do not normally bring that out but if you are asking for it I will bring it out” instead of just saying “ok, let me get you some”. I’m not sure if there was a language barrier but it just did not seem too friendly.
The strawberry mimosa was very yummy, not something that tasted like it was poured out of a plastic bottle and mixed with cheap champagne. We lucked out and happened to get the special 2-4-1 on the mimosa with the purchase of an entree.
Cinnamon Brioche French Toast – $11.95
Bananas with raspberry sauce on a cinnamon, brioche toast.
The server brought out syrup but it really wasn’t needed, the meal was sweet enough without it.
The bakery items are exceptional. Not only are they very large but very delicious as well.
We got a raspberry croissant.
Overall, delicious food with generous portions.