Cute neighbourhood cafe run by a nice Korean couple. I actually came here twice (the first day for breakfast - April 26 and the second for brunch/lunch - April 27).
The cafe is quite tiny, but super busy and there's diner chairs only.
The diner table had laminate on top of these postcards from customers who've travelled around the world. Very quaint!
Hash brown sandwich with sausage and scrambled eggs with toast.
The food is simple, quick and filling - no frills here.
Interesting hash brown sandwich: the hash browns were nice and crispy on the outside like a potato latke but thin.
Daily breakfast special: Pancakes, two eggs and sausage
The pancakes were huge, but unfortunately rather bland and flavourless until you poured the syrup on.
Art's club sandwich with fake crab meat and avocado and bacon and a ton of fries
Pretty good with toasted bread - all this food for under $10!
Overall: Good, cheap, quick and simple diner-style food at Art's Cafe! I can definitely understand why there's a line-up outside most days.