I’ve had better sandwiches at gas stations in flyover states. It was absolutely the worst sandwich Ive ever seen and if it had tasted like something, I may comment on that too. Where to start. I live very close to this restaurant and was very excited to have a local place with such good reviews. Smh. I just don’t get how it could be so far from the truth! This is a club sandwich, which the dictionary assures me is supposed to be two layers. They advertise it as turkey, ham, mayo, avocado, lettuce, tomato, and Swiss. They don’t mention layers, so I’ll let that go. So, assuming a single layer sandwich, this is still disgustingly bad. There is practically no meat on it at all. To be fair, there was actually a small piece of ham hidden in the center of the other triangle, but obviously none in this half. There was ONE measly slice of flavorless turkey and TWO strips of bacon (one on each half.) I did not see Swiss. There was also scant mayo and minimal avocado, which lent itself to this being the most mouth-drying toast with lettuce sandwich in existence. The people were nice. My tea was refilled. I REALLY wish there food wasn’t literally the worst I’ve ever had.
Ordered the breakfast plate this morning an loved it! Nice amount of bacon an eggs done perfectly, friendly service with cute decor~
Thai Espresso latte was amazing. I ordered the crab asparagus omlet which was quite filling. It is very spacious and a good reading or work space.
The cafe was designed like a house and I felt like I sitting at my dinner table. The costumer service was excellent and the menu sounds so good also the cafe is VERY clean. I tried the tomato and cucumber salad and the berry smoothie. It. Was. Delicious. Seriously that was so great! I think it's small business, so if you're hungry and want to support your small businesses, please try Tips Cafe. You guys should be on Food Network
Disappointing breakfast food. Not a big portion a high price. Not very flavorful. Turkey looked it came from the the grocery store. Better off going to McDonald's or cooking yourself.
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