We stopped for Sunday brunch and considering the number of people there, they must do something well? The Eggs Benedict, however, was the worst meal I've had out in a very long time.
First off, you might NOT notice on the menu that they call it EGG Benedict because you only get one egg (for $12) unless you want pay for a SECOND egg. Pretty absurd, as if most people can't handle two eggs? But what arrived could not even pass for an "Egg Benedict." The eggs were cooked through, the yolks looked hard boiled. And there was no visible hollandaise- really, you couldn't find it! When we asked for more, they said they were out??? It sat on top of an under-toasted half an English muffin. There was a large pile of lukewarm, soggy "home fries" cooked hours before apparently, room temp roasted asparagus, room temp roasted tomatoes, some frisée greens. Nothing on that plate instilled any confidence that they know what they're doing here. We both ordered different "Benedict" style dishes, and they were equally terrible.
My question for the Autum Café would be, if your chef can't pull off a poached egg or hollandaise, why have FOUR dishes on a limited brunch menu featuring them?
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