I stopped in and ordered a bacon, egg and cheese on brioche with a side of home fries. Walked two blocks away to the little park in Bay Village and read while they prepared the sandwich. Excellent soft brioche but with a light toasted crunch, folded eggs, and I think munster cheese, along with some bacon (could have used more). This was the best breakfast sandwich I have had in a while. The home fries were cubed potatoes grilled with onions and just the right amount of salt.
It was kind of cool how I only had a $20 with me to pay and they were short on change but other customers, obviously regulars, ponied up cash to make up the shortfall until they coulde be repaid.
This place is definitely a great addition to the neighborhood and Alon and Rachel are as nice as it gets. The place is tiny but seems to be doing well enough. Lots of people in and our during my visit today.
I just wish I was in the area on Fridays when they have the hot buttered lobster roll, CT-style. That sounds good.