I liked the outdoor seating with webbing and low to the ground chairs proportioned to the height challenged. But the service and breakfast left me flat.
The Croque Monsieur, $4.50, was soggy under the thick layer of béchamel sauce and shellacking of cheese. The accompanying greens were good, and the OJ, $2.50, was fresh squeezed. I had to go inside to find someone to take my order, eventually tearing him away from gabbing with his friends. I would have ordered a café au lait too if my waiter had ever come to the table to check on things.