Saturday, July 16, 2011


I noticed that the venue I recently new as Brunch had changed its name to Thyme. This was puzzling until I noticed the big sign on the wall that said "Open for Dinner Thursday, Friday and Saturday". Brunch probably is not a good name for a dinner venue. The normal lunch and breakfast menu had been extended to include dinners and there was stronger focus on table service. A pot of aromatic thyme was placed on each table which was a nice touch.

The hot chocolate came in a glass with a saucer. The drink was creamy and chocolaty and topped with a brown froth and a sprinkle of chocolate powder. The syrup design has disappeared over the last couple years and the price has risen to $3.20 but the quality of the hot chocolate is still good.

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1 comment:

  1. We recently had a lazy Saturday breakfast at Thyme Cafe. Their hot choccy is delicious, and the food was even better. Service with a smile from the owner is always nice!