The Slow and Savory Review
As Bunny and Brandy have been sworn to secrecy about their part in organizing a certain Royal Wedding, not much can be said about their absence from the brunch scene. "Managing to stay out of all those pictures was quite the trick!" Brandy proclaimed. Bunny simply reminded her "But there's nothing a good hat can't hide."
Brandy also opted for a half order of French Toast, which came with caramelized pears, pecans, and whipped cream. The French toast had a lovely ginger flavor to it and was delightfully crunchy on the outside. She soon wished she had splurged and ordered the full version to take home.
Though the food at Deleece was amazing, the service left something to be desired. Water glasses went unfilled and the bill took quite a while to reach the table. This would have been excusable, except for the fact that the restaurant was practically deserted (perhaps there were more people out on the patio Our Ladies didn't know about). All in all a very fine brunch when the food was considered, and for the price (only about $15 a person) generous portions and excellent quality are to be found. Perhaps those $15 mimosas aren't such a bad idea after all...
The Short and Sweet Review