There was plenty to tempt us on the menu, including classics such as bacon sandwich on a brioche bun and scrambled eggs on toast, as well as healthy options including the Açaí bowl and Bircher muesli. As soon as I saw that smashed avocado on toast with chilli was an option, I had to order it as this is one of my favourite brunch dishes. Served on white toast, this tasty dish (which is also suitable for vegans) was perfectly seasoned with just the right amount of heat from the chilli flakes to give it a good zing.
I also added a side of scrambled eggs and together this made such a hearty and satisfying dish.
My dining companion went for the BSC Breakfast bowl – fresh fruit salad with homemade granola, natural yoghurt and honey.
This bowl tasted as good as it looked and the homemade granola was irresistible, while the honey and fruit added sweetness. Along with a side of seeded granary toast with peanut butter, this made a comforting start to the afternoon.
Brunch at Santa Maluco was such a lovely way to spend Saturday afternoon and it left me wondering why we do not go out for brunch more often, as it set a relaxing tone for the rest of the day and left us feeling thoroughly recharged.
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What do you all think, do you like going out for brunch and which of these dishes would you like to try? As always I cannot wait to hear your thoughts and thank you so much for reading this post.
Until next time,
*I was a guest of Santa Maluco to sample the new brunch menu. This meal was complimentary. All opinions expressed herein are my own and honest.