All-day breakfast that isn't too expensive, in a gorgeous courtyard setting, makes Eden Espresso all you could want in a café.
Our breakfasts from Eden Espresso.
I ordered the middle eastern eggs for a change, which consisted of poached egg served with sumptuous fried haloumi in a slightly spicy tomato-based relish. Crusty Turkish bread made the perfect dipping companion to soak up the runny egg. The dish was quite similar to baked egg, but wasn't quite as heavy. At $16.90, it was one of the most expensive (and most interesting) breakfast options on the menu. I highly recommend this is as a delicious breakfast at any time of day which you would be hard-pressed to find elsewhere.
Middle Eastern eggs from Eden Espresso.
My friend ordered the Eden garden breakfast: two poached eggs and a salad, served with two small slices of multigrain bread. It was no boring garden salad though; it had asparagus, avocado, and goats cheese.
Eden garden breakfast from Eden Espresso.
Eden Espresso has indoor and street seating, but where you really want to be is in the courtyard. The sunlit, semi-outdoor area is comfortably sheltered from wind and loud with chatter. The busy café is packed full of people, perhaps a little too closely for comfort, but that is part of its appeal. They didn't have particularly fast service, but their amazing breakfasts were worth the wait.