Basically, when it first opened up I went a few times and they were still finding their feet and just needed to smooth out a few teething problems. After a brief hiatus, I went back and was so happy that they had managed to cure what ailed them.
The food is tasty. Portion sizes vary dish to dish and also depending on whether you choose to add sides. The smashed avocado toast has peas and mint which give it a slightly different flavour to the usual citrus-tinge you find with smashed avocado and I find the departure from the norm very welcome. For $9, it doesn't break the bank either.
They have ever-changing specials - like the pulled pork benedict pictured, which was a little more expensive at $18, but well worth the price, I was assured by my dining partner. I opted for the fritters special and added avocado. Mine didn't disappoint either.
Recently, they donated all the money from coffee sales during a Saturday's trade to refugees in Syria after the devastation in Aleppo. It's things like this that show their kindness.
I really hope they continue to thrive as it's always nice to see good people do well.