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My friends and I arrived hungry for breakfast after a long morning of tennis in Leghorn Park. We were not disappointed. The servings were ample and delicious. My friends, Tracy and Jenny, each had the Eye Opener ($6.95), which consists of two farm fresh eggs served any style, hash browns and toast. The eggs were cooked to their exact specifications and the hash browns were deliciously freshly fried and crunchy.

Janie ordered the Bacon Cheddar Cheese and Avocado Omelette ($8.95), a fluffy three egg omelette oozing with cheese, which she was unable to finish, but of which she said she savored every bite and brought the uneaten portion home. I opted for the Eggs Benedict Florentine ($10.95), which was two perfectly poached eggs on bed of spinach and grilled tomato, served on top of a crisp toasted English muffin and covered with homemade hollandaise sauce. It was exactly what I envision when I think about brunch and I polished off every bite.

While I certainly didn't need to eat the hash browns, I did anyway since they were delicious. And our server was very attentive, checking back and warming our coffee when it needed refilling, and making sure we had everything we needed.

Flamez is a place I will visit again, either with family for dinner or perhaps with friends for lunch or drinks. I believe that they are just what this neighborhood needs, and hope that they will be in this location for years to come.

(Contact Lynn Haggerty King at argus@arguscou rier.com)