This is a quaint restaurant in an unlikely part of town. The charm of the place is in its old world decor and homey atmosphere. It is essentially a house with the restaurant on the first floor (the owners live upstairs). The dining area has mismatched chairs, which I assume is part of the charm. The only problem is the quality of the seating isn't consistent. You get chairs that are wobbly and we had to keep trying different ones until we found ones we were comfortable in. The bathroom, for lack of a better term, is cute. It's tiny, but has the charming decoration one would expect from an old-world type of place.
We were there for Sunday brunch and the food was astounding. I had the duck confit hash. I just ordered it because it sounded unusual but the combination of potatoes, poached eggs, mushrooms and chipotle hollandaise worked for me.
All in all, inventive food that you won't find anywhere else. Definitely a must try!