We were recommended by our host to try Fabergé for brunch and it did not disappoint in the least. It has the feeling of a quirky café with purple velvet booths and interesting, eye-catching décor (i.e. a picture of a unicorn and a Flava Flav clock) and charming chalkboard beverage menus on the wall. Don't know if it was a fluke or not, but every time we went, the Adventure Time cartoon was playing on the television so a very kid friendly spot.
They had great options to fit all sorts of dietary preferences and needs. I am more of an adventurous person when it comes to trying god so the first visit, I got "Le Red Eye": a burger with peanut butter and sriracha sauce. Every entrée came with a side of fresh seasonal fruit and home fries. Note: us Americans were not prepared for the size of these potatoes haha. They're hearty home fries. I also got "Le Vert": a kale smoothie with some sort of fruit juices I can't remember at the moment but I remember it was delicious and refreshing. My friends got the Choco-Coco- chocolate and coconut milk with chia seeds. One of them is also a big eggs benedict fan and was appreciative of the many varieties of eggs benedict offered. On another visit, I got the chicken and waffles. 4 large, fluffy waffle pieces with more than enough pieces of perfectly fried chicken. It also came with a sriracha dipping sauce (along with the home fries and fruit) but I like very spicy food and asked for extra hot sauce to add. I also got the lavander hibiscus tea which was warming and comforting on a cold Montreal morning.
Definitely a favorite!
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