Sunday 17 April 2011

Brunch at Luna

We have lived in our place for 10 years and never have visited Luna, a restaurant which resides in the space of an old variety store on Dovercourt. Today we decided to walk up and give it a try.

I love how the owners left the old signage of the variety store on its windows. It is a small place and, at first look at the menu, you know that they are dedicated to free range and organic.

Originally I arrived just to have bacon and eggs but could not find that on their limited brunch menu. Yes, the menu is small but everything we saw that went to other tables looked delicious!

I decided on free range poached eggs, on an English muffin along with free range peameal bacon, with chipotle hollandaise. It also came with potatoes and a green salad. Teena chose buttermilk pancake with warm seasonal fruit and organic yogurt.

Mine was fabulous! Also it was very filling. I loved the slight bite of the chipotle in the hollandaise. Not one for having salad with breakfast, I really enjoyed my green salad. Everything on my plate was done to perfection and all that went back was an empty well-cleaned off plate.

Teena enjoyed her pancakes and had asked for the yogurt on the side. She was glad she did as didn't really enjoy it with the pancakes. She did clean up everything else.

Trying it for the first time after ten years, I can;t wait to go back, especially when the weather is much nicer to enjoy a great brunch outside on the patio.

My breakfast
Teena's buttermilk pancakes
The interior

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