Travel Coffee Vogue got drunched on the Sunday Brunch at Brickhouse Café this week. What can one say about an afternoon filled with a 5 course menu of English breakfast and mains with UNLIMITED beer and Sangria, it pretty much has to be the best plan for a weekend. As the Sunday comes near, we all suddenly start to realize how much we love our gang of friends and to spend some awesome time with them, a Sunday Brunch seems like the perfect plan.
The Sunday Bruch at Brickhouse is by far the best of all that I have attended, the spread is quite like that of an English restaurant with the seating arrangements done just right with an outdoor and an indoor seating for those sunny afternoons.
We were first served with the small sides, as they call it on their menu, Spinach N Cheese Quiche, Bacon wrapped grilled asparagus and smoked salmon Bruchetta out of which we personally loved the salmon Bruchetta and highly recommend it to all our readers. The salmon wrapped asparagus was also a good try, which was served with mashed potato and added to flavor.
Apart from the beer and Sangrias rushing in at frequent intervals we were then served with the salad. Spinach and Goat Cheese salad, which was topped with mango dressing, was something to die for. I strongly suggest that all you health conscious freaks should try some of these.
Soon after we were done with the salad, the waiter served us with some eggs and omeletes, out of the whole range our team loved the BHC Omelet which consisted of a variety of ingredients like bacon, sausage, sundried onions, tomatoes, capers, spinach which was topped with some bell pepers and feta cheese. We also tried the Eggs Florentine, which beautifully presented, not compromising on the taste at all.
After having so many drinks and appetizers, we were left with very little space for the mains, but guess what? This was the best part of the meal; we fell in pure love with the roasted rosemary chicken, which was cooked, to its perfection with just the right amount of spices in it. Apart from this we were served with Grilled Fish topped with mango Coulis and Prawn Diablo, which also made their mark and are highly recommended on the list to try after the rosemary chicken.
In the end after a hearty meal we went onto our desserts, which was waffles and pancakes. As they always say there is always some room for desserts and for my love for sweets I indulged myself into having a few bites of both before I leave, not having any regrets of not trying the desserts cause I had already stuffed myself with so much of food.
Doesn’t this look like some grand and expensive affair? But guess what? It costs just Rs999 and is totally worth the cost. I recommend each one of you who wants to have some fun and at the same timekeep it within your budget to go and indulge themselves with their gang at the TheBrickhouse Café in Andheri.
Rating : 3.5/5