As I walk in, it’s a pretty small space that is pretty modern. There’s a bar area with the cooks right there. It seems to be promising. My brother always spoke highly of it. Their menu is simple, but all of the choices sound quite enticing and my mouth waters reading the descriptions. Spring Hill is now known as Mo’ano.
My first time (yes it’s that good I’ve been here multiple times) I got the Kassler Ham Benedict. If you know me, I have to try every kind of benedict there is. It’s with traditional dahlia english muffin and herbed hollandiase sauce. It was a little too meaty for my taste, but nonetheless delicious.
My brother’s girlfriend got this quiche. It literally looked like a huge piece of pie. Served with butter lettuce salad. As you can see, it’s with bits of bacon. Pretty buttery tasting, but definitely a comfort food.
This is what I got the second time. I’m a sucker for mushrooms as well. This is a variation of the benedict, which I highly enjoyed. I love biscuits so this combination with the poached egg was amazing. This was a mini bella mushroom ragout with a chive biscuit.
Pictures may be similar to foodhispter206.com, which is my brother’s blog, but I am actually the photographer behind these pictures. Enjoy! I highly recommend this place. Remember, Ma’ono on California Street.