I know it’s not French, but my partner’s queso fundido seemed to stretch in the shape of The Eiffel Tower. Did I mention we recently had brunch at Takoba?
Mimosas were $1.50 per glass, and $7 for a pitcher. I saw extra large micheladas for $6, bloody marys for $5, and a string of people stuck with a 20 minute wait to get tables.
It didn’t bother us, we just killed time at the bar.
This wasn’t my first time at Takoba. I previously had the ceviche, and was promptly reminded by my partner that I hated it. I figured I’d give it a second chance, perhaps I was just in a bad mood last time around?
Nope. Still hated it. I can’t quite place why, but it’s not my favorite. The salad was small, but decent for the price.
A lot of the brunch menu focused on eggs, but clearly we preferred exploring the other items. My partner chose the menudo, which he always gets, and loved it.
The takeaway? Brunch has cheap mimosas (win!), menudo (carnivorous people’s win!), and less than stellar healthy options (not so much win?). I’d gladly go back, sit on the patio, and enjoy the fall weather with a pitcher or two, while my partner, in his love for their soup, had a bowl or three.
By the way, we could’ve stopped at the queso fundido. That dish was filling!