Breakfast at ate.cafe

In: Eating

2 Apr 2011

(map) What a way to start your Sunday! We’ve posted before about the breakfast here, with more unusual dishes like quiche and basil-poached eggs. Now they’re flipping pancakes – but only on Sundays. Big and surprisingly fluffy, with lemon zest in the batter to give the cakes a fresh twist. Served with real maple syrup, super-crisp bacon and the best cappuccino in the west, it’s the perfect eye-opener. Best get there early. These are going like, well, hotcakes.

Also available only on Sunday: The French toast, made with challah bread baked by chef-owner Jessica. She worked at Campanile in Los Angeles, which is known as kind of a big deal in the bread world. Her French toast is light, delicate and scented with vanilla. You can top it with maple syrup or a fresh-raspberry puree (or both!).

Enjoy your meal at tables outdoors or inside, where you can admire the paintings by chef-owner Rodolfo. Not just a genius in the kitchen, he’s also a serious artist.

ate.cafe website

1 Response to Breakfast at ate.cafe

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Maria

April 9th, 2011 at 11:05 pm

Love your photos! I am definitely going to try this place for breakfast.

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