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Guerilla Cafe Review

Hungryfina | Jun 25, 2006 03:09 AM

The Guerilla Cafe décor is bright and cheery with its surf board art and tiles with multi colored poke-a-dots. It's the kind of place I could definitely see myself becoming a regular at.
On this visit I ordered an Africano (a mix between an espresso and a cappuccino) which I found to have just enough milk to balance out the bitterness of the espresso. My sister (who I had dragged along) had the red, green, and yellow spritzer which contains lemon, lime, and logan berry juice. It was sooo good! I kind of wished I’d ordered one myself so I didn’t have to keep stealing sips of hers.
Her pine nut and cornmeal waffle arrived first. The cornmeal gave the waffle an amazing texture and the mixed berries which topped the waffle were sweet and absolutely delicious. My Mediterranean eggs didn't arrive until a good 15 minutes later because of some kitchen problems. Hopefully this is just an early kink that will get worked out soon! The eggs were okay, the yellows weren’t quite as runny as I think they should be in poached eggs and at the same time the white wasn’t totally cooked, but they were still good and came with great buttered sourdough toast, tomatoes, cucumbers, and feta.
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