Monday, 3 July 2017

Mildred's Temple Kitchen

July 3, 2017 

Special Skillet with maple glazed pulled pork, beans & potato hash with sunny eggs
The maple syrup flavour stood out and while it was good, it wasn't really exceptional.

The Manhandler with sliced flat iron steak on toasted garlic sourdough with arugula, two eggs sunny & a side of MP sauce.
We didn't really think this was the best presentation of the dish - we could barely see the steak and arugula because of the eggs (and the eggs were fried in a strange way). The steak was good (but a rather small portion) and the sandwich was nice, but it felt like we were eating mostly potatoes.

Veda’s Choice with poached eggs on a flakey croissant, smoked salmon, topped with Béarnaise sauce & served with mixed greens
This is always a favourite since it's always done well. The croissant was perfectly flaky and the poached eggs and smoked salmon were delicious.

Brunch special: maple smoked pork skillet
 Somehow a smaller portion...not really consistent

Mrs. Biederhof’s Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes
Pancakes were stacked mile high again! Super fluffy and yummy with the syrup and blueberry compote. 

October 23, 2016
We had a relative from overseas visiting, so we took her out to brunch at one of the city's best brunch spots. 
Scones and Tea Biscuits
The scones are so yummy!

Mrs. Biederhof’s Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes served with a wild blueberry compote, Lanark County maple syrup & whipped cream.
The pancakes were as fluffy as ever with lots of blueberry compote and maple syrup.

Veda’s Choice Mildred’s classic poached eggs on a flakey croissant with your choice of smoked salmon or bacon, topped with Béarnaise sauce & served with mixed greens
Delicious! Definitely my favourite brunch item of the day.

Omelette brunch special
The omelette was a little disappointing considering the size and the price. I wouldn't order this again.

April 2, 2016

I've heard great things about Mildred's Temple Kitchen, so we tried to get to Liberty Village early Saturday morning to try out their famous brunch.  There was an hour wait at 10:30am and we ended up waiting an hour and a half before we were actually seated. 
First things first: endless coffee
Either we were really exhausted or this was one of the best cups of coffee I've ever had, after the third cup, I think it was definitely one of the smoothest and most flavourful coffees I've ever had - even without all the cream and sugar - it was so delicious!

Our waiter was informed that we waited a really long time for a table, so they gave us a complementary blueberry scone and a biscuit with clotted cream and chocolate sauce as a starter (which was really nice of them)! Both the scone and biscuit were AMAZING!

Mrs. Biederhof’s Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes
This brunch meal was a massive stack of three pancakes with decadent wild blueberries, whipped cream and real maple syrup was heavenly.  The pancakes were light and fluffy and the blueberry sauce was so tasty and rich in flavour. SO GOOD!

Huevos Monty: Mildred’s classic black bean refritos & sharp cheddar cheese baked in flour tortillas & topped with eggs sunny, fresh salsa & avocado crème fraîche
I've been thinking about the Huevos Rancheros I had at George Street Diner and so I was kinda excited to get the Huevos Monty.  It was good, but it wasn't really my favourite dish between the three.  Something just seemed like it was missing from this brunch dish to really make it stand out. 

Big Brunch Skillet with spicy pulled pork, roasted onions, black bean and potato hash with sunny eggs and piri piri salsa 
I love skillets and I liked the slightly spicy kick from the pulled pork. 

Overall: Good brunch at Mildred's Temple Kitchen! I'll be dreaming about that fantastic cup of endless coffee and the deliciously sweet and tasty massive stack of blueberry buttermilk pancakes for quite some time.  The service was actually pretty fast, but the patrons were all there to slowly enjoy their lazy morning brunch. 
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