Eating House serves eclectic, locally sourced dishes in a low-key interior decked with graffiti art. What's interesting about this place is the explosion of flavors and the combination of ingredients in food served. Presentation is the key and Eating House is recommended for its creativity and culinary experience.
The duck confit is out of this world - delicious, flavorful, succulent. Try the extremely decadent pancakes prepared in a non-traditional way for brunch. Sans syrup, pancakes are drowned in a sugary condensed milk and topped with actual Captain Crunch. The result is the consistency of an actual cake. The service is always friendly and spot-on.
This place gets packed quickly so it's best to arrive early or book in advance.
Not quite a fast-food joint but not a stuffily formal sit-down place either, this location offers a... Read more