Queen’s Park’s buggy brigade descends on this likeable café during daylight hours, taking advantage of its spacious surroundings, kid-kind attitude & appealing brunch & lunch menu. Eggs Florentine, pancakes piled with bacon & maple syrup, & burgers on brioche buns – all arrive in generous portions. As evening sets in, the woody space with its deep-red walls takes on a more adult air, attracting 20- to 30somethings looking for a none-too-challenging feed: perhaps decent rib-eye steak, seared salmon with tomato ginger sauce, or a creamy risotto. Bowls brimming with chunky chips & homemade garlic mayonnaise get a big thumbs-up, too. Much of the produce is organic, although thankfully this doesn’t translate to sky-high prices. Service, however, can raise eyebrows, sometimes turning clumsy & slow when Hugo’s is busy.
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