Last week we told you Luc was entering the Sunday brunch biz, with details of the menu to surface soon. Without further ado:
Your expected egg-centric fare is there—for example, a smoked salmon omelet with chive; two eggs with a meaty side; poached eggs with ham and harissa-lemon hollandaise on ciabatta—as are four more heartier entrees. Those include a fish of the day, croque monsier, an Alsatian tart, and grilled beef onglet steak.
For the sweet teeth, there are two types of crepes, french toast, beignets, and coffee cake. Though you won’t find baked brie, two cheese plates—one with three selections, the other with five—round out the offerings.
Egg dishes run from $10-$15; sweets and cheeses start at $5 and top out at $16. At $9.50 the Alsatian tart is the cheapest of the entrees, with the fish of the day going for market price.