Thursday, February 22, 2007

14. Restaurant Review: Sunday Brunch

Sunday Brunch is very popular with women. On my visit, there was only one man eating there, and the place was full. The decor is simple, but very clean. The ceilings are high, with smooth concrete walls and wood tables.
During lunch, there are usually three choices, each costs 1050 yen. They come with the choice of hot/ice coffee or tea, and an all you can eat 'bread bar'. On the day I was there:

A: mozzarella cheese, basil, and fresh tomato pasta with a shrimp and avocado salad
B: Cabonara gratin rice (a rice casserole)
C: Rice omelet

A lunch dessert can be added for 210 yen (on the day I was there it was New York Style Cheesecake).

The bread bar had a choice of about 6 different breads that I believe are baked on the premises. There is also a selection of jams and butters for those who want to used them. I had a very tasty slice of raisin bread, and another with walnuts, neither needed a topping.

For lunch I chose 'A'. It was delicious and just the right amount for a ladies lunch. It would not have been enough food for a hungry man.
The regular menu has a few other food items to choose from, but Sunday Brunch specializes in a variety of french toast and cakes. The french toast choices looked especially fantastic, but too large once I had eaten lunch. I should have paid attention to the name and come for brunch (which I will do in the near future!)

Sunday Brunch is located above the Deli & Baking Co (see previous blog), and has the same owner. 2F, Kitazawa 2-29-2. Phone: 03-5453-3366

Next to the restaurant is a cute shop of knick knacks.

Sunday Brunch does parties and catering. Customers can also order cakes, some of which change seasonally.

For more info and to see some yummy examples of their desserts: