EVOO never stuck in my memory even when I often see delicious pictures from there. Could it be that I associate the name with the hotel and the student’s residence? Perhaps.
EVOO came back in light when we were looking for a brunch menu on a Friday near Verdun area. Off we go!
The brunch menu is varied, easy to please all types of palates. At first, the price was reasonable. But my opinion changed after certain plates were served.
Sure, the food was incredible. Everything was on point. However, some of my colleagues had a complete difference experience than mine due to different mindset. So, I think the best way to tackle this would be answering the following questions.
Should I eat their brunch?
If you want to avoid generic brunch from places such as Allo! Mon Coco, yes. If you want a big platter, some dishes at EVOO cannot do that. Most dishes are catered to smaller appetite.
How much does it cost?
The average price is $15.
Should I choose this over some other “fancier” brunch?
I was happy with the food, but not something I need to try. If you have some brunch place you want to try already, try that first. But if you are around the area, EVOO won’t disappoint either.
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