Fremont, Seattle, WA
I figured that while I was in Seattle I should definitely get some sort of brunch going. Considering I don’t make it out for breakfast much these days I made an effort to try a couple of places while I was around.
I went to roux; it was a wood grain restaurant with a pension for bourbon and the south mid-west. It was reflected in their food menu; I decided to try their fried green tomato eggs benedict with andaloiuse sausage.
The green tomato was crumbed and deep fried and sat underneath a perfectly poached egg. All topped with a southern inspired hollandaise. In keeping with the southern theme they’d opted out of the normal muffins or bread it was served on fluffy corn bread.
As a whole the dish was good I liked the sausage with the dish; the corn bread was a nice touch and the hot sauce on the table made for a great addition.
Overall the brunch was good but not mind blowing.