Address: 3950 Main Street, Vancouver, BC5V3P2
This is a pleasant place to sit down for a Sunday brunch. The ambiance is vibrant, clean, bright (thanks to natural sunlight), and spacious (love the high ceiling!). We were also greeted by enthusiastic servers.
You could order just about any brunch food here – from savory to sweet, from traditional to “fusion”, and from light to heavy. Have a looksie!
We ordered the following two dishes:
Duck Eggs Benedict – $18
You could choose to have either English muffins or rosti potato. We chose the latter because we think potatoes are more interesting. 😛 The main ingredient, duck confit, was more tender and moist than we imagined. Though it was flavourful, we found it to be slightly over-seasoned (a bit too salty), but it still meshed well with the potatos and the perfectly poached eggs. The kale on the side (lightly cooked) brought a healthy balance to the dish.
Slow Cooked Pork and Egg on Ciabatta – $16
A breakfast sandwich! The sauce was supposedly a bourbon onion aioli. Again, the meat was juicy and tender, but slightly too salty in our opinion. Overall, the sandwich still tasted great and wholesome (when we managed to get every ingredient in a single bite)! On the side was their interpretation of hash browns. They tasted like “original” potato chips; light in flavour but unquestionably addicting!
Molang Scores & Verdict
High quality brunch!