July 4, 2014

Brunch at L'ouvrier

One of my friends raved about brunch at L'ouvrier, so I had to try it out for myself. 
The decor was minimalist with predominantly white furniture and white walls. 
French press coffee ($3 per person)
The coffee was good, and even better when served in a dainty, pretty teacup. 
Freshly baked scones ($6 for 2) 
Nothing warms my heart more than freshly baked scones! At $3 apiece, these were a tad pricey, but highly enjoyable nonetheless. 
Grilled cheese, aged cheddar, raisin-walnut bread ($11)
This was, hands down, one of the most delicious grilled cheese that I've ever had. 
The best part was indisputably the walnut-raisin bread. Slightly sweet, slightly crunchy, altogether a wonderful combination with the gooey, tangy cheese. I will be coming back for this one. 
French toast, house smoked bacon, ontario maple syrup ($11)
I'm a huge fan of sweet and savoury, so the French toast with house smoked bacon seemed like the perfect choice. The toasts were thin-cut and superbly crispy, topped with slabs of thick-cut bacon. It was a good dish, though not as memorable as the grilled cheese. 
All in all, brunch was fabulous at L'ouvrier. The food was delicious and the portions were just right, and I didn't fall into a post-brunch coma after the meal. 
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