Wild Thyme is one of those places you fall in love with. It’s nice, spacious, feels like home (a real one), with quotations on the wall and smiling people around you. You also pay a premium price for this feeling.
I like the idea of an organic and real food cafe, where you can come any time of the day and find something really tasty and healthy. Wild Thyme deserves the title of the best Eggs Benedict in town, they are fabulous. Fresh toasted turkish bread, organic eggs, home-made hollandaise sauce… It’s just a delight for Sunday morning. The same goes with other items on the menu. I can recommend their range of sandwiches—each and every one of them tasted good! Eggs Florentine with fresh salmon, or fresh croissant with ham and cheese.
As a bonus, if you liked something, you can probably find the ingredients in Wild Thyme’s organic store. It’s a great place to find a wide range of organic, gluten-free and other more alternative products. The only drawback is that it’s a bit pricy.
If you really want to enjoy Wild Thyme, go there during the week, or very early on the weekend. During peak hours the staff are too busy, and it shows in your food. Either your croissant spent too much time in the toaster, or they forgot about the berries on your waffle, or the coffee tastes too bitter. You will also miss the tranquil beauty of the space if you can’t even hear your own thoughts.
Wild Thyme represents healthy, organic, ethical, sustainable, locally produced food. All that responsible citizens could dream about.