Everything is homemade and delicious. There is a great variety of salads homemade soup and sandwiches. This is one of my favorite lunch spots in town. The café is nothing fancy but the food makes up for it.
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While traveling on business, we stopped at Café Sweet Basil for lunch. I ordered the Tomato Basil soup while my coworker had the Mushroom soup. They were both delightful. We each had a sandwich: Reuben and a Grilled Guacamole. Both were incredible good. What a...More
Food with a Mexican flare. Everything is Fresh and made to order......Can't go wrong here no matter what you order, and the drinks are fantastic too!
Incredible staff, stellar food, rich coffee, with an understated excellence. Tomato basil bisque is better than grandma used to make. The sandwiches are substanial and well thought out. And the desserts...... Holy wonderful! Get the key lime pie.
Upon entering the restaurant, I was greeted by that unmistakable aroma of quality emanating from the wide open kitchen flanked up against the back wall. The appetizer I ordered consisted of smoked trout, creamy white spread, toasted bread and a gingered jam - all created...More
We chose to eat here because their signage indicated homemade, Fresh food. Lovely owner who made us feel very welcome and accommodated gluten free requirements. Good sized portions but not ridiculous. Although we ate early, by the time we left, it was full of locals,...More
Just walking into Sweet Basil Cafe is welcoming and we always feel at home. Reservations are honored and we usually get our favorite table. The food is delicious. My husband lives for Chipolte Chicken Salad or the Masala. I like to sample all of Delise's...More
great food. owners are the chefs and it is obvious that they care about your overall experience. Yummie