I mentioned in my last post that I left my camera at Raelene and Wayne’s house when I cooked for them. We used that as an excuse to meet at Fellini for brunch; If we were going to get together, we might as well have a delicious meal! I had been wanting to go to brunch there forever, but hadn’t yet had the chance.
Raelene chose the Tofu Mushroom Scramble.
Wayne opted for the Vegan Benedict: scrambled tofu and veggie Canadian bacon on an open-faced English muffin, topped with vegan Hollandaise, and served with house potatoes and vegan sour cream.
I couldn’t choose between the Vegan Benedict or the Vegan Florentine, which is basically the same thing but with spinach instead of bacon…so I ordered the Florentine and a side of bacon, and made my own Vegan Benedict-Florentine. It was scrumptious. Their potatoes are awesome, and the Hollandaise sauce is perfectly tangy.
Now, I just need another excuse to go back to Fellini! Their vegan options on the dinner menu are pretty darned delicious too. We ate there for my birthday dinner back in May, and it’s the perfect place for a group of vegans and non-vegans to go, as there is something for everyone on the menu. The price is right too; Brunch dishes are $7-9, and dinner runs about $12-17. Their service has always been very friendly, and relatively quick.