The restaurant proposes a brunch prix-fixe for $32 that includes a bread basket, an appetizer and an entree.
From the bread basket, I especially appreciated the focaccia bread that was delicious!
It was served with dry monterey jack dressing and garlic & herb croutons. Nothing extraordinary about it.
On my side, I ordered the Semolina Cream Crepes.
They were served with sauteed butternut squash and brown sugar sauce. The cream was inside the crepe and this was a succulent dish! I wish I had more! The crepes were fantastic: great texture and perfectly made. What was the most incredible is the balance of flavors when the semolina cream and the butternut squash / brown sugar sauce met! This was a fantastic taste I will not forget! This appetizer is definitely a hit!
For the entree, Jodi went for the mushroom and herb omelet.
The omelet was perfect: no brown as Wolfgang Puck would make them (I watched the first episode of Top Chef where he explained how to make a perfect omelet), fluffy and moist. Very good omelet!
On my side, I chose the Kabocha Squash Tortelloni.
Tortelloni are stuffed pasta with a shape similar to tortellini (I did not know when I ordered...). There was not only squash, but also mushrooms and the dish was drizzled with a balsamic reduction (that was very good). I liked the dish although I found that the pasta was a bit hard in some parts and thick. Not sure if tortelloni are supposed to be this way, but it gave a doughy taste to it.
So, brunch was good and I bet they serve a killer dinner, but it is for sure pricey! At least for $32 they could include a drink!
Enjoy (I did)!