Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Bacon Brioche French Toast with Fuji Apples and Maple Syrup

Print Friendly and PDF
I'm Back!!!!!

I just got back from a 3 week Northern California Art Car Road Trip (Here is a link to a video of my trip) and thought I would share some of the greatest food experiences and microbrewery tastings I was able to partake in!

I didn't do the big fancy pants restaurants on this trip, I kept it more down home, local neighborhood roots restaurants, Famous Portland Food Trucks and rare home-made yummy fun things....

Here is one of my favorite restaurants on my journey!

About Coastal Kitchen
Located in the culturally diverse Capitol Hill District, Coastal Kitchen is the quintessential neighborhood fish house. Its "fish forward" attitude is what drives its quarterly changing menu focusing on the varied coastal regions of our beloved planet, with an emphasis on seafood. Recent menus have featured the cuisines of Tunisia, Jamaica, Peru and Rome. No passport required…
Go Wild!

Coastal Kitchen offers no farmed finfish.
Wild and sustainable fish only will swim their way to your plate.
Don’t look so good in your bathing suit? Fear not!

We always offer our "landlubber" House Menu favorites that include Oven Roasted Chicken with mashed potatoes, Charcoal Grilled Center Cut Pork Chops, Steak Frites, even an All Day Breakfast available 'til we close.
Coastal Kitchen has recently added Happy Hour
everyday from 9 to 11pm.

When it’s too late to go home early… Rotating exhibits by local artists adorn our walls with each new menu and don’t forget to make a stop by the powder room for a little "potty humor" written and recorded inspired by our creative staff. Check out past recordings on the Potty Humor page for free downloads.

If you are in Seattle, WA go to:

Coastal Kitchen
429 15th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98112
Neighborhood: Capitol Hill
(206) 322-1145

Everything on this menu looks outstanding, the prices are reasonable, the place feels comforting, clean and fun.  I just was there for breakfast, GREAT COFFEE!
Here are a few items from there menu, I ordered the highlighted one, ONE OF THE BEST THINGS I HAVE EVER EATEN.

Mistral Tart        4.25
Strawberry compote and goat cheese tart with an accent of thyme honey.

Roasted Porc Hash          12.50
Saffron crème fraiche and two eggs over easy served over pommes frites, herbes de provence rubbed tenderloin, caramelized carrots, roasted garlic, leeks and red chard. Or order eggs as you like ’em.

Ratatouille Omelette    11.50
Oven roasted zucchini, squash, eggplant, tomato and pepper in a tri-fold omelette with goat cheese. Alongside crispy truffle oil potatoes and fresh sliced strawberries.

Pan de Pain Perdu           10.25
Macrina brioche dipped, skillet-baked with bacon, Fuji apple and eggs. Sizzlicious with pure maple syrup.  AMAZING!!!!!!!!!

Imagine, brioche bread baked with bacon inside it, dipped in an egg wash and made into french toast, then toasted so it is crunchy on top and covered in thinly sliced Fuji apples, and strawberries, with a sprinkle of powered sugar. Served with pure warmed Maple syrup.....DIVINE.  I am going to see if they will give me their recipe.....

No comments:

Post a Comment