Try the Specialty Eggs Benedict at Le Grenier’s Brunch
June 19th, 2018
The steak du chef reigns as one of the most popular brunch eats at Le Grenier. The French restaurant serves up the steak every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. It’s a grilled Angus beef steak dressed in shallot sauce and a mustard drizzle, plus your choice of fries or salad. The simple dish is so expertly prepared that it stands out from the other brunch entrees.
You can’t go wrong with any of the specialty eggs Benedicts, either. The eggs Benedict a la Florentine comes with Canadian bacon, sauteed spinach, and Hollandaise, while the eggs Benedict Argenteuil features scrambled eggs and asparagus tips over a rice cake with camembert cheese sauce. Just make sure that you save some room for dessert because the Nutella crepe also receives high marks from brunch-goers.
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