We both had their new steak and eggs. It was a Roasted 7 oz Nebraskan Rib-Eye, Two Eggs Sunny Side Up, Mushrooms, Caramelized Onions, Asparagus and Smoked Tomato Béarnaise. Very good dish and a bargain at $15. The steak was cooked perfectly and the Mushrooms and the Asparagus sauté was a nice side dish. Coffee was good as usual and service was fine.
It was a nice brunch. Their coffee was good as usual. The steak and eggs dish was fine. They didn’t season the steak, but when you combined it with the chilaquiles it balanced out.
We went to the EB around 1:30 PM on a Sat and were looking forward to trying the lunch menu. They presented us with the brunch menu and it was more breakfast items with a few sandwiches. I had my heart set on the hanger steak salad, but it was not on the menu. When I asked about it, our waitress said they didn’t have it and they will remove it from the menu, because only one person had ordered it. I said what? That dish sounded so good. She highly recommended the Philly cheesesteak sandwich and said that for $2 more I can have it with hanger steak. I was sold. My husband had the open faced truffle egg sandwich and he really enjoyed it. The eggs were cooked perfect. My Philly cheese was great also and I got it with a side of their delicious sweet potato fries. The coffee we had was from Rwanda and was roasted a few days prior. It was really smooth and easy to drink and reminded me of the Rwanda coffee we had at Handsome Coffee a while ago. It is hard to find a smooth coffee in restaurants. They mostly serve acidic coffees. Service was great and we could not believe this place has been only open less than one week. As we were leaving, I said goodbye to one of the partners of the cafe at the door and noticed that chef Joseph Mahon was standing next to him. I thanked him for the wonderful food. It took us four freeways to get there, but the quality of the food, reasonable prices and great service will motivate us to return soon. His burger place will open soon. Fullerton is lucky to have chef Joseph.