French toast souffle at Little Doms

Get this.

It comes with crème fraiche whipped cream and maple syrup. Box up everything else and eat this at the table. Trust me.

Everything else:

  • Scrambled eggs with bruschetta on grilled baguette with roasted tomatoes & pesto (either the bruschetta is conceptual or they forgot to put it on my plate)
  • Fried potatoes (burst of initial flavor but lacking finish)
  • Housemade Italian sausage (Eh. Not my favorite but my mom really liked them.)
  • Grilled wild boar bacon (I’ve been craving this since the Lido Deck fiasco so I’m glad I finally had it, but I prefer regular bacon. I like my bacon crisp and because this type is so thick and chewy, you can’t get that. It’s good, but it’s different.)

Total, including 1 hot chocolate (SUPER chocolatey, not very sweet, topped with CF whipped cream and a little small I think for the price): $40.61

After brunch, my mom and I went next door to the attached deli. Be advised: the polenta butter cookies are no longer on the menu, even though they’re still on the board. 😦

Instead I got a cinnamon bun and a jar of blackberry preserves and she got 2 shortbread cookies, one plain, one pistachio–I took a bite of the plain and Jesus, take the wheel it’s good–and a slice of zucchini bread. I’ve yet to try the bun, but if that shortbread is any indication, I may have finally found the bun I’ve been looking for since getting back.

About J.

A former twentysomething with a head full of curls and heart full of questions wondering: when we get to nirvana, will there be food?
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