I found out about this brunch place because of Poutine Week in which their breakfast poutine was entered for the competition. Returning to Fabergé for a second time and ordering their poutine again, its taste and texture are what make me want to go back to Farbergé. Well-spiced roasted potatoes with a nice crunch outside, perfectly caramelized peppers and onions, a well-balanced creamy hollandaise sauce and a poached egg to meld the whole poutine together. It is basically a egg benedict in a bowl. This holds true for their egg Benedict dishes.
The letdown is the slow service which make impatient customers to get out of their seat and leave. It might take up to 30 mins even more than an hour to get your order, at least it's worth the wait. The question is: are you patient enough to wait for good food? You'll decide...
|Breakfast Poutine - Hash Browns, Caramelized Peppers and Onions, Cheese Curd, Hollandaise Sauce and Poached Egg|
|Rustique Egg Benedict with Wild Mushrooms and Ste-Paulin Cheese|
|Freshly squeezed orange juice|
25 Fairmount Ouest