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“It get's somewhat crowded after 9am on weekends, and parking can be a hassle, but overall, an excellent place.”
“thought it might be too sweet and heavy but the topping was the perfect balance and the bread wasn't too chocolate-y.”
“It's a perfect stop to pick up morning coffee and a muffin, light lunch or ang baked good for later - including lots of breads.”
“The coffee is wonderful (and free-flowing), the service is outstanding, and the food is always perfect.”
“It has a few great vegan options (including the yuba, which I don't like by my vegan friend does).”
“It's also a great, unique place to take out-of-town guests.”
“we had excellent service, although there was a wait.”
“With ample portions, it's also the best value.”
If you want to wait in line for 2 hours on a Sunday for brunch, this would be one of the few b-fast places worth that couple of hours of your life.
Aptly named Bliss Cakes will change your life. The fried egg sandwich does the trick if you don't have a sweet tooth.
User review by henrycabrera. I've been there twice for breakfast/brunch and the food was excellent. Their choices are unique and contemporary. The staff is very friendly too.
yum yum, gimme some. i had the chocolate bread french toast w/sour cherry topping, which was outstanding. i thought it might be too sweet and heavy but the topping was the perfect balance and the bread wasn't too chocolate-y. we had excellent service, although there was a wait. then again, there always is for something this delicious and so reasonably priced. great bang for the buck!
Best Breakfasts in Andersonville. M Henry is a gem in the neighborhood. They by far serve the best breakfasts, and lunch is great as well. (Not open for dinner) I can't wait for their coming expanded space.
Great Food. We first tried this restaurant about 3 weeks ago, and I cannot wait to go back. The emphasis here is on vegetarian, although there are meat options. The food is fresh and really delicious. I had the black bean bowl (black beans, corn, cheese, tomatoes, etc. on brown rice) and a side dish of some luscious plantains. My husband (Mr. Meat Eater) had the turkey sandwich, and was impressed! For dessert we shared an oatmeal cookie w/everything (dried cranberries, nuts, etc.) that was buttery and very tasty.
BEST FOOD AND SERVICE FOR THE BEST VALUE!. I stumbled upon this restaurant last year and have not missed one weekend breakfast yet! The food is delicious. With ample portions, it's also the best value. It get's somewhat crowded after 9am on weekends, and parking can be a hassle, but overall, an excellent place.
My favorite breakfast spot. M Henry has some of the tastiest breakfast I've ever had. They definitely rival Ann Sather down the street. Where Ann Sather has the home cooking angle, M Henry has the creative flair. You're going to look at the menu and send the waitress away a few times because everything looks so good. While everything sounds fancy-shmancy at first, it's just well presented breakfast. I'd recommend just about everything on the menu, especially the apple smoked chicken sausage. There is one thing i'd steer you away from however. There's some stuff called Yoba or something. It has the taste and consistency of burnt paper.
Vegetarian-friendly breakfast and lunch spot gives Andersonville early birds a stylish dining option..
Despite spacey names like "vegan epiphany" and "mango bliss cakes," the inviting fare is down-to-earth and, for the most part, delicious. Lunch offers tempting options, but brunch is the real reason to visit: Crème caramel sauce oozes between slices of dulce banana rumba French toast, and granola-crusted pancakes come layered with warm blackberries and vanilla mascarpone cream. On the savory side, there's Florentine crab cake benedict and Fannie's killer fried-egg sandwich, all served with zesty house potatoes. Exposed brick and pastel green walls blend with vintage library chairs and salvaged stained-glass windows and doors, hung from the ceiling as makeshift partitions, in this contemporary space, where a mixed crowd of couples and brunch groups lines up on weekend mornings. Service is cheerful and bustling.
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