At a recent visit, I tried the Eggs Benedict ($24), which came on two poached organic eggs on fatty cuts of beef cheek on a rye bread.
For something more exotic, try the Turkish Breakfast ($25) which had pita bread, feta cheese and eggs.
For something sweet I tried the Citrus Love ($7), cheesecake with lemon which was too dry and have probably seen better days.
Of course, with a place like that, one has to try the coffee, and I had the Flat White ($5). With a double shot, it was strong enough to start my morning off on a perky note.
Service was quite efficient. They stationed their staff in the right areas to have a few view of the cafe and food was quickly prepared. Staff were generally perky and ready to serve - fitting well into the vibe of the setting. There is a sign which states "free bagel and coffee for the unemployed" - not sure if that's true though as I did not see anyone making a claim.