Monday, September 15, 2014

The Saint Tavern [Gastropub - Brunch]

I think I have been to most of the restaurants on Ossington now with the exception of The Saint Tavern (@thesainttavern), not sure why since I have only heard good things about them. Since we didn't have plan this Sunday morning, we decided to head there for Brunch and it was delicious and can't wait to come back for dinner.


Love the fancy diner décor with the dark brown furniture, the white subway tile, the round ball lights, the long bar and the semi round booths. Love the contrast of the light from the windows by the front and the darker wood interior.

Maple Bourbon Bacon $8
Drench in a thick maple bourbon sauce, who can resist the sweet and savory combination especially for a lazy Sunday brunch. My kind of candy!!!
Ham Steak $16
~ grits, poached egg, red eye gravy, toast
Loved everything on this plate, my only complain is that one of the egg was way overcooked and didn't have a runny yolk (>_<) The ham was so flavorful, love it with the creamy grits, the runny egg and the pop of tart from the roasted tomato to balance everything out.

Steak & Eggs $18
~ bone marrow baked bean, fried duck egg, cheddar biscuit, brown sauce
We ask for a rare steak and it came out rather rare, so I would recommend to order medium rare since it's not really that perfect cut to order rare. And the brown sauce was so perfect with the steak. The cheddar biscuit was kinda hard, wish it was a bit more fluffy and moist.

Verdict :
Would definitely love to come back for either brunch or dinner
We sat at the bar and got very friendly and attentive service

The Saint Tavern on Urbanspoon

No comments:

Post a Comment