Sunday, June 24, 2007

I Love Sundays


Sundays are the only day off that I share with my man. We tend to sleep in, watch movies, and go get breakfast. This Sunday was no different.

To be honest I didn't event know that The Kingfish Cafe had brunch.

Since we started the food blog, I have been more open to listening to other bloggers and their suggestions. So I got out of bed and searched the computer for a new place to go. Living on Capitol Hill and not driving, you can easily get sucked into eating on Broadway. Anyway, I found a few comments about best Seattle breakfast including this brunch menu at Kingfish. So we got dressed and walked up to 19th.

The wait was about 20 minutes, but it was worth it. I had the Good Glory! Grits that come smothered in gravy, chicken and onions. The grits also come with a huge biscuit and a dish of scrambled eggs. He ordered the Chick n' Waffle, which came with two of the best chicken wings I have ever tasted. The chicken skin was perfect and the spices were so right on. Other things that looked good from the brunch menu included Crabcake Dewey and the Country Breakfast. Since I am sensitive to the veggies out there, if you eat eggs, they also make an Eggtorte with peppers, onions and garlic, which sounded very good.

For two people the bill was just under 30 dollars with tip. We also had one orange juice. It isn't cheap, but sometimes you gotta pay more for a brunch like no other in town.

3 comments:

Lar said...

damn that was a good-ass meal. next time we do it in church clothes.

mike said...

Sounds good.

Through in a few Bloody Mary's and that's a hell of a breakfast.

CarboOverload said...

I like the Sunday crowd at Kingfish and next time you should try their bacon. Some of the best bacon in town.