Monday, October 22, 2012

Emma's Country Kitchen

Have been hearing about Emma's Country Kitchen (@emmacountrykitc) on twitter for a while and one Sunday, we decided to head there for Brunch when no specific cravings pop up.

Nothing much in terms of decor, very simple with the kitchen at the back but there was quite a few thoughtful touches throughout the place such as the vintage bottles as vases, red checkered fabric as displace case backdrop and the cutlery chandelier. 
When we got there it was packed and the only table lefts was the smaller bar tables at the front.

Iced coffee and fresh squeeze orange juice

Emma's Benny $13
~ warm & fluffy buttermilk biscuit top with house cured peameal, poached eggs and smothered in mousseline sauce w/ a side of griddled red skin potato
The poached egg was perfectly cook, the mousseline / hollandaise sauce was just as perfect and love the fresh fluffy biscuit. I could easily devour anything on this plate on it's own but having everything together in one bite is just heavenly.

Memories of the farm French Toast $12
~ ECK signature homestyle white bread spiraled w/ Ontario apple cinnamon compote, soaked in a buttermilk custard and griddled until golden brown. Served w/ whipped honey and citrus butter and warm maple syrup (w/ a side of bacon $3)
Need I say more after that description?! It's just a creamy yummy goodness ♥
Oh and let's not forget to add the bacon for the sweet and savory combination.

Just love the flower at our table (^_^)

That sounded interesting, will have to get a piece next time (^_^)

Verdict :
Love every part of our Brunch here and will definitely be back.
Will have to try some of their fresh baked goodies next time we are here 
or even get some of their bring home soups / meals

Emma's Country Kitchen on Urbanspoon

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