Almond Restaurant

By grace.g.yang ยท April 27, 2012
Under: American,Brunch,Flatiron

On Saturday, Ken and I were looking for a brunch spot near our apartment before running errands and decided to settle on Almond, down the street from us. The restaurant has changed names a few times and I’ve never been to the previous restaurants but decided to give Almond a try since I’ve been there for happy hour in the past. The brunch selection is large and we started off with their free biscuits and butter:


They remind me of The Waverly Inn’s biscuits; made with so much butter that they practically melt in your mouth. Served warm and with lots of butter (unsalted, unfortunately).

I decided on the duck hash:


Served with crunchy bits of has browns, red onions, and duck confit, a side of salsa (I didn’t really get this addition), two poached eggs and a side of toast. This might be the first time I’ve said this about a restaurant, but everything was under salted and plain.

Ken ordered the chorizo omelet and had the same complaint as me:


We also ordered a side of chicken sausage because I checked in on foursquare:


All in all, a good spot for brunch when we’re in a pinch and don’t want to go to our regulars, but definitely not a place I’m adding to my list of favorites. The restaurant has a warm atmosphere and they run a lot of offers on foursquare, so be sure to check-in if you decide to visit.

Almond on Urbanspoon

Reader Comments

Everyone wants good and quality serviced restaurant for enjoyment and for eating and this type of restaurant provide good quality service related to food item and other services, this is nice post and every dish was too good thanks for sharing.

Written By Restaurant In Limerick on May 16th, 2012 @ 3:20 am

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