When we entered the cafe, we were impressed with the environment they managed to evoke in a small, strip-mall cafe. The hustle and bustle faded away.
The server was very friendly - and she brought out a 'taste' of 4 of their soups in these cute little glass mugs.
We tasted Asparagus and Tomato Basil, to name a few.
Each of the soups were out of sight, and prompted 2 of the 4 people in our party to order them.
The rest of the menu is a kind of french-inspired fusion.
There are a lot of interesting items, include sandwiches served on 'waffle bread.'
The waffle bread is not sweet, but it does look as though it was made in a waffle iron.
The prices were reasonable, and the staff extremely friendly.
It was also child friendly, as they brought out a huge cup of crayons and individual coloring books.
This cafe is well worth it, especially for those who love soup!