If you read my blog or my Instagram you’ll know I take brunch pretty seriously. I am obbessed with anything served with avocado, I love eggs all ways and would choose breakfast over lunch every time.
When Gusto, on George Street, launched their brunch menu a month or so ago, complete with a new smoothie and cocktail menu, I was delighted to pop along and check it out along with one of my best girlfriends. Continue reading “Brunch at Gusto, Edinburgh”
A delightful new food & drink spot has opened up on Castle Street, right in the heart of Edinburgh’s city centre.
Continue reading “Brunch with Badger & Co.”
A decent breakfast cafe on your doorstep is essential for good weekend living, and where better to brunch than Montys in Bruntsfield.
First thing – make sure you book, Montpeliers is always packed at the weekend, but they are great at squeezing you in if they can.
Recently refurbished, Montpeliers is now a very lovely, bright space with a French cafe feel – lots of light wood, huge windows, wrought iron features and exposed lightbulbs. The crockery is cute and cool at the same time, and the breakfast menu is delicious.
For a really serious brunch you can choose The Fully Monty – ‘the biggest brunch in Bruntsfield’. However this time we stuck to what we know best.
Perfectly poached eggs benedict with really crispy bacon and a good hollandaise sauce….
And an indulgent stack of banana pancakes with butterscotch sauce and creme fraiche.
Looks tasty right? Next time we go I’ve got my eye on the Mexican tortilla or the french toast, but that’s all for now.
Enjoy brunchers. x