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Sunday, 17 November 2013



There's a special place in my heart for restaurants that serve real cream with coffee.


Great brunch post Cathy! I'm hardly ever out for brunch but it's always nice to live vicariously thru your posts (and others). :)

Your quiche looked so good (thick too!), except I would not have goat cheese or truffles (just regular mushrooms)!!!


Understand completely, Jeni-just that small business decision of serving real cream makes a simple Caffe brunch special. Thanks for keeping up with our blog.
Thanks, cc. This is a perfect space with wonderful food- there were only three choices of quiche - Lorriane (with onion and Pancetta), Mr. Seguin (spinach, sun dried tomato and goat cheese) and this Truffe Poireau (leeks, black truffle and fresh goat cheese). I was curious about leeks in a quiche (more than black truffle) and wanted to try it made the 'right' way before attempting it at home.


Simple food and beautiful scenery.


We all have to live somewhere, bill. Might as well take the drive and enjoy what really is so close.


I will also note that parking is very easy here during the week at lunch. I've always found a space and the validated parking is a major perk.
It's great to see another good restaurant up here on the hill. Cathy, you might want to try the lunchroom at General Atomics sometime. It's not open to the public, but it is certainly a blast in the past.


I think a weekday lunch at Bella Vista is in order, Dereck. The SDGE cafeteria used to be open to the public and had the best short order cooking area, which is always fascinating to watch. I'll have to talk to some General Atomics friends...thanks for the tip.

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