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Black Hoof Cafe - Review with Pics


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Black Hoof Cafe - Review with Pics

flying101 | | Mar 14, 2010 12:04 PM

Went for brunch yesterday... kinda sad since apparently today they are launching some new menu items that I would of loved to try. But no complaints from the menu on the day we went, just means I have to head down again soon :p

started off sharing the Ploughman's Breakfast:
This was an assortment mixed charcuterie and two types of cheese (one aged goats milk, one soft cows milk), mustard and pickles (gherkins, carrots and spicy cauliflower). The meats where tasty as per-usual, the cheese where outstanding, the creamy soft cows milk one (for get the name, but both were from quebec). The mustard for one of my fellow diners was to strong in vinegar, but I rather enjoyed it as it cut the fat/creamyness of the meats and cheeses very well.

Blood Susage and Crepes

Tongue Grilled Cheese

Hoof Hash:

Eggs Benny:

The eggs on all dishes were perfectly poached, the sandwich was not as filling as my friend wanted (lucky we got the shared dish prior), the biscuits the eggs benny were served on were slightly on the hard/crusty side, but when used to soak up the hollandaise it was perfect.

Long wait to be seated (as expected with such a crammed space and no reservations... but once seated serves was polite, knowledgeable and attentive.

Came to about $25 a person after tip with no alcohol

Also was able to pick up a platter for 'take out' that I served at a friends party.

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