|House-made english muffin, country sausage, fried egg|
It comes as an open-faced sandwich, but I recommend using your knife and fork because it will get messy. Plus you'll want to soak up all the extra runny yolk with the top half of the delicious muffin, so don't waste any on your fingers or in your napkin.
For $10 it does not disappoint on flavor, but at first glance you may lament that the sandwich looks really small. Not to worry, it has plenty of substance to satisfy your brunch cravings. Plus the side potatoes are too good to pass up, anyway.
|Gruyere buns with ham and poached eggs|
a.kitchen's can't-miss brunch side is the herbed potatoes, sized well to share. They were very crispy but not over-done, and well-seasoned with rosemary and other herbs. Ketchup is available if you ask.
If you're thinking ahead and make a reservation, consider the chef's table to watch the cooks at work. We always enjoy those seats but at a.kitchen they have to be reserved on busy days.
Despite earning three bells from the Inquirer, we've heard underwhelming reviews on a.kitchen's dinner from several friends. Any readers been and have feedback?
Some more pics to make you thirsty...
Bartender is not nearly finished pouring this mimosa. At least another inch of champagne on the way:
Of course I had to try the hot chocolate at a.kitchen. It was average, but what pretty swirls!