I love brunch. I especially love brunching in the east end of town. I feel like there are so many brunch spots in the east end that are the next up and coming spots (minus a few older staples like Le Petit Dejeuner). I’ve been to The Carbon bar on several occasions and have been pretty impressed with their dinner offerings especially the pit master platter! When I heard they started to offer brunch service – I knew I had to make a visit.
I ordered a grapefruit juice that came in a cute mason jar along with my Huevos El Carbon. The grapefruit juice came cold, crisp and refreshing. I recommend the Huevos El Carbon to anyone that fancies a Mexican touch to their brunch. Normally chorizo is not my preferred protein but it totally worked with a mixture of black beans and eggs. The tortillas came warm and were very soft and chewy. I couldn’t stop eating my dish.
Huevos El Carbon ( $19.00)
- warm tortillas, black beans, two eggs sunny, Manchego cheese, chorizo, guacamole, charred pico de gallo, coriander, lime
Smoked Brisket Benny ($20.00)
- high rise brisket, two poached eggs, red cabbage slaw, Anaheim chili, dill pickle, hollandaise
Chicken ‘N’ Waffles ($17.50)
- buttermilk fried chicken, citrus crema, chili + honey + garlic sauce
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