The 411 Over the almost 5 years that I have been blogging, I have been surprised by a few things in terms of brunch and one is how well South American cuisine can be adapted to brunch. More so than simply my recent love for huevos rancheros but rather the discovery that chefs can creatively marry the South American cooking style with brunch.
Where Brazil meets Bernard! (CLOSED DOWN)
Even after having traveled to Brazil I never really experienced a Brazilian themed breakfast until I stumbled across Senzala on Bernard street. Not to be mistaken with the other Senzala on De la Roché,
At 1st glance
This small gem of a Resto serves up some amazing breakfast dishes with flavours you have never thought of experiencing at breakfast. Although the ambiance does not seem like a fancy polished place and the crowd is a mishmash of locals, après clubbers and older couples… somehow it works. During the summer you can take advantage of the terrace, although the rather eclectic interior should not be missed. Even though it’s a rather small place, it is quite nice and cozy. During the winter time avoid the 2 tables near the door; the one next to the door by the window and the other spot to the immediate left of the door can get a touch cold when the door swings opens and people come in without closing the outside one first. (more…)