The Oeufs-en cocotte came with two medium-baked eggs on top of stewed tomatoes, roasted red pepper, and then topped with some herb potato chips, served with their sourdough and house butter. This came out nice and hot, and in an cast iron serving dish. The tomatoes were nice and zesty, and the baked eggs added a nice savoury and umami flavour. It was nice a creamy and went well with the sourdough and house butter. Also a nice dish, but I think I preferred the crèpes just a little bit more.
We also got a side of bacon, because, you know, you can never have too much bacon, right? This was a sizeable portion for a side. It was nice and thick cut bacon. A little bit on the salty side, but it went well with both of our dishes.
Overall, I really enjoyed my experience at Café Linnea. The venue is nice and open, and it gets a lot of natural light. I enjoy the ambiance of the establishment. I also like how it’s a no-tipping establishments, and the gratuity is already built into the price. The food is pretty good, and it changes pretty frequently, so if you want to know what is being served, be sure to check out their website!