I’ve been wanting to go here for a long time but since I have three kids to shuttle around town on the weekends, it makes a bit difficult to find time to eat breakfast with your friends! So on a dreary day in February, Valerie and I planned a birthday breakfast (both of our birthdays are in February) and we arrived at Fox in the Snow Cafe at 9am on Sunday.
Upon entry, you walk to the order line where your eyes will be bulging with delight as you gaze upon the variety of pastry items. (And you will want ALL OF THEM! Maybe they should offer a small bites platter of pastry items??) Val ordered a coffee, Ham and Swiss tart (only available on weekends) and a blueberry galette. I ordered a tea and a souffléd egg sandwich (bacon, arugula, egg, cheese with a savory spread on brioche bread)
There are small tables and a long rustic table. Val and I sat on the end of the long rustic table. Val’s food was ready to eat but I had to wait on my egg souffléd sandwich. Val also had to wait on her fancy coffee being made right in front of her and for her name to be called up when ready. After our hot drinks and my egg souffléd egg sandwich arrived, it was time to eat!
Val liked her ham and cheese tart but she thought it might have tasted better if it was served warm. I really enjoyed my egg souffléd sandwich! How come my eggs don’t turn out this light and fluffy!?! I could have wolfed down two of those sandwiches because they were so good! I tasted Val’s blueberry galette and it was sweet and delicious! Yes folks, those are fresh blueberries on top!
After finishing up our breakfast, I looked at the line and it was practically out the door! TIP: get here early or before 9am to get a seat and avoid the long line. I would definitely go back here for a casual, quick breakfast!