The Slow and Savory Review:
After sifting through the gigantic and tantalizing menu, orders were placed; for Brioche, the Bim Im Bop, a Korean inspired breakfast bowl, for Brulee the Eggs Florentine (which completely infuriated Bunny), for Bunny the Crab Cake Sandwich (originally she had ordered the Tomato Basil Quiche, but they had sadly just sold the last piece) and for Brandy the Corn Aripas with a side of chicken sausage, as well as a cocktail called the Blue Velvet ("If anyone expects me to get through this brunch sober," she whispered to Bunny, "they are sorely mistaken."). Ordered for the table to share was a house specialty called Danish Aebleskiever, a sort of oven baked beignet.
Bunny's crab cake sandwich was a little disappointing. The cake itself tasted good enough, with only sweetness and no fishy notes, but was so tiny that it barely covered half the croissant it was served on. Bunny had also requested bacon and avocado, half of which she received and half she had to ask the cheerful waitress for. The consolation was that she received both a fruit cup and a small side salad, so her plate seemed to resemble a colorful garden.
Last but not least were the Dutch Aeleskievers, which came served with maple syrup, orange honey, powered sugar, and some fresh berries. More cake like than a regular beignet, yet rather light and fluffy on the inside, the confections made the perfect little sweet bite to end brunch with.
After such a table collapsing meal as this (though not wallet collapsing at an average of under $20 a person), one would think everyone would leave with no more room left for ill will in their bodies. But even as they waved goodbye to their rivals, Bunny and Brandy just knew that this war was not over. Luckily, Bunny's brother, Mr. Bacon, knew a few people with good computer skills, who managed to redirect everyone trying to access a certain French brunch blog onto the homepage of Our Beloved Ladies.
The Short and Sweet Review: