In the name of being a truly committed food traveler, my weekend restaurant / tea shops / brunches plans are almost booked at least until mid March. Believe me, it’s not that easy as you need to start making plans, reservation, and most important is having a rubber tummy. I even ended up canceling my Sunday outing in the afternoon, as I could barely move after having the brunch. Well, it’s kinda my fault, may be I shouldn’t have heavy dinner the night before, knowing that I would have brunch in the next morning. Wondering what I had at my first Sunday brunch? Here’s the story..
So, I booked it at this local cafe, le Déli Cat (click on best address for foodies – part 2 for more stories about this address).
It is good to note that most of the time, you need to make reservation for brunch, as you need at least 2 hours to be served. I went there around 11 am, and of course without having any prior breakfast at home.
Price of brunch : 20€ / person
This is what I got:
Tartines (breads) with butter and choice of jams.
You can ask for refill if you want too.
Hot and cold drinks
You can ask refill or try different hot drink as much as you like. Hot drink choices : hot chocolate, coffee, latte, cappuccino and teas.
Cold drink served once. You can have homemade vitamins juices.
Served with raspberry sauce and crumble of spéculos.
Tartine of salmon and avocado, served with scrambled eggs
If you don’t like salmon and avocado, you can have tartine with ham and vegetables. Or if you don’t like both of them, you might ask customs meal.
Panna cota for dessert
You can have a classic panna cota with raspberry sauce, or if you don’t like it as I do. You can ask them to replace it with dark chocolate syrup.