Looking for a breakfast spot close to our hotel in Woodland Hills, we found this amazing restaurant that serves up breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Parking can be tricky with the limited number of street spots and the small adjacent lot, but the destination is worth it.
The focus on quality ingredients makes up for the relatively small breakfast menu. The dish that instantly caught my eye was the Mediterranean benedict ($12.95) with it’s crispy and salty duck prosciutto resting atop two slices of ciabatta. Perfectly poached eggs with buttery Hollandaise topped it all. Along with a side of roasted potatoes, it was an excellent savory dish to start the day. Equally as good was their omelette special filled with sausage, mushrooms, onions and gouda with a spicy aioli and crispy spinach covering it.
A kid’s menu is available as well. An order of eggs was accompanied by roasted potatoes and a slice of bread. The kid’s chocolate chip pancakes were the lone disappointment. The chocolate was scarce among the three thin pancakes, although there were a few blueberries surrounding them.
22420 Ventura Blvd
Woodland Hills, CA 91364