This place is sort of like a Starbucks. They have teas, muffins, and knish. It’s quite limited for someone like me, but my wife and I go here from time to time. I had this knish with cheese, tomatoes and basil on it. It was very close to a “lasagna” on the top crust. Very delicious. After that though you get to the softer eggy portion, not a big fan of that. We also had a pumpkin pie muffin, that was pretty tasty, I liked it more than the knish. We sampled some hibiscus ginger juice, pretty good. If you want a proper breakfast, eggs, bacon, or even a sandwich, this is probably not the place. However if you like tea, coffee, and muffins, then you are in luck.Follow @AngelRtalk
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