Sweets & Savories (American brunch)

Sweets & Savories teeters on being one of the best brunch deals in town. Their prix fixe brunch delivers several courses for a reasonable $14. I appreciate the fresh ingredients but irregular seasoning keeps the food from its full potential. Also, all courses come out at the same time which presents an ordering problem. Despite the flaws, there were many highlights.

Walnut Coffee Cake – This sweet starter was delicious. The buttery, salty topping was perfect.

Fresh fruit – fresh but a little boring.

Baby arugula, grana cheese, lemon – fresh and light, perhaps a little too acidic

Vichyssoise – a unique treat! a thick, chilled potato soup. very tasty but too salty

Heirloom tomato eggs benedict – the egg was perfectly poached and accompanied by a generous slice of tomato. if the tomato was seasoned and was on better bread, it would have been so tasty!

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