The signature item on their Brunch Menu is French Toast which comes smothered in Maple Syrup. There is also the option of adding their Foie Gras for an additional $14, which is enough to upset collectively PETA and price-conscious meat eaters. I sampled a bit of my friend's order and it was heavenly with its sweet-meets-smokey savouriness, although hardly much value for a grand total of $24, considering its small portion.
I applaud The Hoof Café for its fearless menu. Pig Tails & Grits and Tongue Grilled Cheese may sound horrifying to the average Canadian, but intriguing to anyone who has had the experience of tasting these done right. One can appreciate that much delicate labour would go into the preparation of their marquee items, thus warranting buzz perhaps justifying limited portion sizes? Would I return again though? Maybe.