Walnut Street Cafe is located in the bottom floor of the FMC Tower only two blocks away from where we used to live 12 years ago. Only if we had such a cafe back then! The space was bright with a high ceiling. There was a bakery counter on one side. Prices were reasonable considering the quality. Service was friendly.
Steak and Eggs roasted potatoes, sauce bordelaise
Steak was a hanger cut and it was cooked well and tasted pretty good. There were plenty of crispy potatoes with the tasty sauce bordelaise to put a smile in our face but sadly increase our blood sugar.
Black Scrapple romesco, black rice, hazelnuts, fried egg
This was our first time trying scrapple which is a combination of corn meal and meat or organ scrapes. It was very good and we liked the fact that it was served with black rice.
One of the best we have had. Buttery and low in sugar. Just the way I like it and worth the $3. I was tempted to go back on our last day for more but we never made it there.
A very good butter croissant but a touch salty for me.
Ham and Cheese Croissant
At $5 it was less expensive than the one from the hungry Pigeon and almost as good. Plenty of cheese and a good amount of ham.
Pistachio Cherry Croissant
As soon as I saw this, I knew my husband would love it. It had plenty of pistachios and sour cherries.