Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Best Brunch in New York

According to New York Magazine, the best brunch in the big apple is to be had at Cafe 202, 75 Ninth Avenue, NY, Tel +1 646 638 1173. Their photo of the "Full English", with poached egg, bacon, pork sausage and roasted cherry tomatoes is making me hungry... and I just ate my dinner. My only concern is that Americans seem to think "first rate bacon" is something that shatters when you poke it with a fork.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Americans have a different view of bacon, it seems. I just tried to find out about how to make it, but American sites assume that you're referring to, er, placing the bacon in the pan.

But New York must be one of the best places for a fry-up. You just can't beat the hash with a hangover. I recommend Schiller's, Lower East Side.

20/4/06 11:38  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not all Americans like their bacon at shatter stage. According to a recent poll, apparently most responsents preferred it firm and crispy.

To see an informed American homage to bacon go to the following blog:

For a humorous homage to bacon go to

22/4/06 16:16  

Post a Comment

<< Home