Are you the brunching type?
I have my lazy-sundays were I barely go to the city and just relax at home and make myself food.
Two Sundays ago I felt more adventourus and met with Erwin and Coco at Ulrich for brunch. As always it is best to call in advance since brunch there is really popular on a Sunday and you probably would like to be seated instead of waiting and watching other people eat.
Coco had the home-made chai latte (4,2€) and Erwin and me both had the home-made ice-tea (3,8€) . I just loved the drinks, for me it was the best chai latte I ever had in a restaurant or coffee shop for that matter and the ice-tea was so full of natural flavour without being overly sweet!
The Breakfast sandwich which was filled with gouda, bacon, omelet and spinach (9€) tasted good but I thought it was a bit overpriced.
Coco went with the Big Easy – omelet with avocado on wholemeal bread, spinach dukah and grilled tomato (7,5€)
and Erwin had Tabula Rasa – ham, salami, gouda, egg, horseradish, butter, yoghurt, semmel, darnk rye bread and granola with berries (9,8€).
The food tasted good but Coco and me were still a bit hungry so we ordered dessert, a chocolate lava cake with tonka bean ice-cream (6€). Mhm! You need to wait for it for 25min so order it in advance ;) I just love tonka beans and I prefer the flavour over vanilla.
Sadly the waitress we had was not in a very good mood and we later discovered that we got charged extra dishes we did not order and paid 11,3€ extra. Lesson learned: If you pay together, you especially need to check the bill for any mistakes. This got me a bit mad but after I wrote the restaurant they quickly apologised for the mistake and refunded us the money without any problem. I can completely understand that this can happen since I work in gastronomy as well but it can be disappointing to have bad service if the food and restaurant otherwise is great.
I will come back for that tasty chai latte but I will have my brunch gladly at home again!