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Brunch at Rosewater

Pamlet | May 8, 2003 01:05 PM

I just wanted to report on our Sunday brunch at Rosewater. I was really impressed. We all know that brunch can be a chef's lazy day, but this stuff was all special, nothing standard on the menu. We started by sharing a mezze plate of yoghurt with pomegrante molassas, hummus, and a carroty thing. The carroty thing, in particular, was great -- lemony, with some nice spices in there. The only complaint I had was they didn't give you enough bread and we had to order extra -- at cost. My main was goose egg. It was unctious, truly unctious. Rich and fresh-tasting. With it they gave you potatoes that came with an interesting relish/ketchup. Hubbie had a duck confit sandwich, which he really loved. Service was attentive and pleasant. I think the tab was around $35, which is not at all bad. All in all, a very pleasant experience.

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