I ordered the Shakshuka and housemade pita with Vital Farms eggs, harissa tomato and z’hug. Our kind server made a point of subbing the regular pita for a GF version, which was vital for scooping up the tomato based sauce in this well-spiced egg dish. My husband had the Ricotta Pancakes with berries, lemon curd and basil. He was very happy with it and polished it off without any offers to share. My son was very pleased with the Cantine Benedict with poached Vital Farm eggs, Parmesan biscuit, spinach, crispy prosciutto and hollandaise sauce. He enjoyed the eggs poached to perfection, the creamy smooth sauce and the added twist of the biscuit in place of the traditional English muffin. He said the dish was rich and satisfying. Mission accomplished--the birthday boy was all smiles. I had been to Cantine before with friends, but never with family; I was glad they enjoyed it as much as I. Brunch is only available on Sundays starting at 10:30 a.m., so reservations or not, pop in to try it out.
Please note: Cantine has closed since the publication of this post.