Late summer, I visited Coco J’adore as their guest for brunch one sunny Sunday and sat by the window overlooking the public space off the cobblestone street.
I sipped the horseradish-infused bloody Mary while nibbling from the French morning basket filled with Eli’s tasty breads and goodies. That included small pain beurre, croissants, pain au chocolat and mini apple turnovers.
Don’t miss their crispy shoestring fries ($7). Also available with “truffles” ($12). Perfectly cooked.
I ordered the eggs Benedict with the hollandaise on the side. The poached eggs sat on top of ham on a fresh biscuit with sides of potatoes and a green salad. Those roasted potatoes were as I like them, crispy on the outside, soft in. The salad was missing its dressing.
At the end of summer, why would any restaurant add sliced bananas to a bowl of fresh berries? They did. The berries were great.