You feel you are in Marta and Hubert’s very home, as they warmly welcome you as friends and guests. Polish music, Edith Piaf, and even some Glen Miller classics play softly in the background. This is a great spot for relaxing with wonderful coffee, and savoring your experience in your European home away from home. Come in for breakfast, and sample a variety of European crepes ($7.95), Scrambled eggs with bacon and multibrain bread and butter (5.99) or go for the European cold meats and cheese for two (14). There's a long list to select from.
I like to sample different pastries with my sweet tooth, such as the Poppyseed roll, Chocolate and cranberry bar (Oh, is it good!), Chocolate nut torte, cheesecake,
A Cheese cake slice with delicious chocolate and fruit creationsand Coconut layer cake. A real treat is the Angel wings, AKA Chrusciki or Faworki in Polish, which are heavenly light, crisp pasties, dusted with powdered sugar, that are devoid of calories!
Try the wonderful daily baked whole-grain bread! It’s incredible, with crisp sunflower seeds, golden flax, wheat bran and other healthy ingredients. It is rich with taste, heavy with goodness, and with its perfectly browned crust, one of the best I’ve had in SW Florida. I’ve enjoyed the homemade natural Lentil soup with tender chicken, carrots, and onions the classic Cabbage soup, and the oh-so-lusciously rich Mushroom soup. Each is well worth taking home, with Marta’s blend of spices and herbs.
I can’t say I “discovered” the European Bakery and Café, a whole year after it’s opened. That credit goes to my savvy friends from Poland, Germany, Hungary and France, who’ve kept this intimate 5 table restaurant to themselves, till now.. Aha! Have a look at the Guest Book.
Some Days it's Filled with Friendly People! Guests of all Nationalities and Ages