My friend and I shared two dishes. I got the Tofu Benediction with tempeh bacon as my side. Baked tofu, tomatoes, avocado, and kale with a creamy hollandaise are served over toast (I opted for the delicious millet bread to make the dish gluten-free.) I wonder if they make that bread in-house or if they buy it–it tastes so much like regular bread!
My friend ordered the Chicken and Waffles which comes with some sort of yummy banana waffle. This is an ideal brunch dish as it has both the salty and the sweet going on.
Every vegan loves when their omnivore friends are shocked at how “real” meat analogues can taste, but it’s even better when said friends say this not just to placate you but because they really mean it. My friends kept saying repeatedly how chicken-y the “chicken” is. I was surprised when they waiter told us it isn’t made with seitan but with tofu. Now I really don’t know how they achieve the meaty texture.
I am not shy about eating the scraps of food my friends leave behind on their plates, so I think I probably cumulatively ended up eating enough food to last me the whole week. Oops, my b! Flore continues to impress me and my friends so I hope they keep doing what they’re doing.