Trey Popp finds the food at Cafe Estelle can’t miss no matter how tough it is to fine the actual storefront.
I didn’t taste a single thing at CafÃ© Estelle that wasn’t done just about perfectly. The food, like the atmosphere, is casual, but it’s made with unusual skill and care. A panini filled with dry-cured ham, manchego cheese and a splendid pearl-onion relish was the best hot sandwich I’ve had in ages. A cherry scone broke apart just as a good scone should, and was plenty generous with the cherries.