brunch at Sarabeth’s

I absolutely love breakfast and brunch! I love making it at home or eating it out. So I decided to round up the boys (Mr T, Fee, Matty) and head to Daikanyama to finally check out Sarabeth’s .

Sarabeth’s is very close to Daikanayama Station and its bright blue sign and door immediately catches your eye. It looks like its on the first floor, but once stepping inside you are greeted by stairs headed to the 2nd floor.

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Even though we tried to go at an off peak time, we still managed to wait in a 30 minute line. It’s okay though because Matty and I had some catching up to do.  It also gave us ample time to browse through the menu. The orange menu is for brunch & lunch and the green is drinks.

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We finally made it to the head of the line and were seated in the back, in an area that looked like a library (sorry no pics). It was hard to take pics inside since the large window made everything look so dark on film. But everything was clean and white.

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Once seated, we quickly ordered fro the drink menu. Who knew standing in line and talking could make you so thirsty.  Well all ordered signature drinks, Matty ordered a Bloody Mary, Mr T had the Four Flouwer Cocktail, and Fee and I had Four Flowers–the kiddy version (without alcohol). Kanpai (Cheers) to a beautiful Sunday afternoon with great friends!

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Now on to the good stuff—FOOD! I love love love Egg Benedict, so I could not pass up trying them. They look so perfect, they kinda look fake. It came with lots of leafy greens. a great balance!

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From another angle.

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 Mr T was craving Sarabeth’s Velvety Cream of Tomato Soup ever since he noticed it on the menu. It was nice and creamy. I do love thick creamy soups, but today it was a little too heavy for me. It did come in a gigantic bowl accompanied with a biscuit. Mr Tee scarfed it down!
photo 7The soup, wasn’t enough so he ordered that plus the Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict. This looked exactly my Classic Eggs Benedict, except it had smoked salmon instead of smoked ham.
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Fee and Matty ordered the Farmer’s Omelette. It was filled with leek, ham, potato and gruyere cheese and came with your choice of scone, muffin or toast. I stole a small bite, and yup it was good.
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We were all feeling pretty stuffed at this point but we decided to order the super delicious  Lemon and Ricotta Pancakes.  It’s easy to split–one pancake for each of us!
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We had a great time. Good food and even better company! The perfect way to start out a beautiful Sunday!  Since our bellies were full, we decided to stroll around Daikanyama a little bit. So where are your favorite brunch spots? What is your favorite type of breakfast food?

xxxo,
ms fancy pants tokyo & fee
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  • Sarabeth’s  (サラベス 代官山店)
  • 1-35-17 Ebisu-Nishi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
  • T-SITE Station, 2F
  • Mon-Sund 9:00AM – 10:00PM
  • 03-5428-6358
  • http://sarabethsrestaurants.jp/en/
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