Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Brunch in Brooklyn: Milk Bar, Prospect Heights

Dropped into the Milk Bar in Prospect Heights one early Sunday morning. First off, I liked their coffee, which is from Counter Culture Coffee. We started off with a piece of strawberry toast, a piece of sourdough toast topped with a generous amount of strawberry jam.
My friend ordered the Tortilla de Patatas, a Spanish dish consisting of layered potatoes and eggs.
I ordered the Full Eggs, two pieces of toast topped with ham, gruyere, tomato and poached eggs. The ingredients, particularly the bread from Long Island bakery Pain D'Avignon, at Milk Bar were of excellent quality.

620 Vanderbilt Ave # 3
Prospect Heights, Brooklyn
(718)230-0844 ‎

1 comment:

Andy Kuhn said...

thank you so much for putting all of these food adventures on the web. You take great shots of some incredible meals.

A request?
Is there any way to tag the photos by city so when I am in Baltimore (say for new years) I can look at some of the restaurants you have frequented and can call one for reservations

Keep doing great work.