What do you like to eat when you have sunday brunch?

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  • Grassy
    Lv 7
    7 years ago
    Best answer

    Oysters on the half shell

    Fresh Snapper

    Shredded Hash browns

    Hong Kong Noodles

    Fresh Ginger

    Mongolian Grill

    Chick-a-bob

    Four Egg Omelette

    custom-made with my choice of ham, cheese, broccoli, mushrooms, and tomatoes

    Quiche Du Jour

    served with tossed baby field greens

    Sole Francaise

    sauteed in a delicate lemon, butter, and white wine sauce and served with broccoli spears and rice pilaf

    Fried or Scrambled Eggs

    cooked to order and served with my choice of sweet sausage, bacon strips, or honey ham

    Beef Bourguignonne

    tender cubs of beef slow-braised in a burgundy wine sauce with mushrooms and caramelized onions, served with Yukon Gold whipped potatoes

    Belgian Waffles

    topped with sliced seasonal fruits and fresh whipped cream

    Mill Burger

    grilled to order and served with lettuce, tomato, bacon, American Cheese and french fries

    Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad

    Romaine lettuce, herbed croutons, and Parmesan cheese tossed with our house-made Caesar dressing

    Eggs Benedict

    English muffins topped with Canadian Bacon, poached eggs, and Hollandaise sauce

    Norwegian Salmon Hollandaise

    freshly poached and topped with Hollandaise sauce, served with whipped potatoes and broccoli spears

    Steak and Eggs

    a New York Sirloin steak and eggs prepared to your liking, served with breakfast potatoes

    Seafood Crepe

    stuffed with shrimp, scallops, and Atlantic Ocean seafood served in a creamy white wine sauce,

    wrapped in fresh crepe and topped with a Mornay sauce, served with rice pilaf and broccoli spears

    French Toast

    with an egg and Rice Krispies batter, served with country bacon strips

    Filet Mignon Benedict

    English muffins topped with grilled petit filet mignons, poached eggs, and a Hollandaise sauce

    Grilled Chicken Teriyaki

    served in a traditional Asian teriyaki sauce and served with broccoli spears and rice pilaf

    Chysanthemum tea

  • Mack
    Lv 7
    7 years ago

    In this area the Sunday Brunch is very inclusive including eggs, salad, potatoes, chicken, beef, ham, and fish.

    I like to sample the following at the Brunch Buffet:

    A spicy Bloody Mary

    An omelet made to order with pepper jack cheese, onion, green pepper, and a little smoked ham.

    Home fries

    Tossed salad

    French toast

    A sliver of roast smoked ham

    Smoked salmon with a bagel and cream cheese

    A deck of card size slice of prime rib

    Six steamed shrimp with cocktail sauce if available

    No dessert

  • Tigger
    Lv 6
    7 years ago

    eggs, scrambled or in an omelet. fried potatoes, ham or sausage. biscuits or croissants. orange juice or apple juice. Don't usually have Sunday brunch - because I"m in church at that time but sometimes I fix stuff like that afterwards. Sometimes after church I have a steak or homemade soup and home made rolls. Today I'm having Spaghetti with sauce that includes, meat and veggies and garden salad and home made garlic bread. I even made the french bread.

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    My favourite would be Seafood pie, mixed balls ( crab cakes, game balls, vegetable kebabs) and Lamb brains ( bheja fry) from one of the most exciting restaurant in Soho London. Not sure where you are based but if you do happen to be in London, UK then must visit this extraordinary, great value for money and delicious Sunday Lunch at Cinnamon Soho.

    Source(s): www.cinnamonsoho.com
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  • 7 years ago

    Fresh fruit and a good stinky cheese. Whether it's a pungent bleu like Maytag or Gorgonzola to a English Cheddar like Neal's Yard, cheese must feature well.

  • ?
    Lv 7
    7 years ago

    It is about the only time I enjoy Eggs Benedict but the sauce has to be a good homemade one or I will skip it. I like fruit and just a small amount of potatoes...sounds rather good right now. :)

  • 7 years ago

    When in the UK - Eggs Benedict or Eggs Florentine with a glass of Buck's Fizz. When in France - Croque Madame, glass of a light rose wine, petit cafe (very short, very black).

  • Mrs H
    Lv 7
    7 years ago

    Scrambled Eggs on Toast.

  • 7 years ago

    Ham and cheese omelet with bell pepper, onions, and mushrooms.... side order of hash browns with two slices toast (strawberry jam).

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    Salad possibly red salmon

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