Brunch at Printing Press Bar & Kitchen is a three course affair, and frankly that’s my kind of brunch….it should last until at least 3pm!
The first stage is a visit to a small but perfectly formed antipasti table where a delectable spread of charcuterie, salads, and breads await you. Simply help yourself.
The next stage is an order from the brunch menu, a main AND a side! I had the Smoked ham hock, garden pea and Isle of Mull Cheddar potato cake Cherry vine tomatoes, Arran mustard hollandaise. I swithered over the Eggs Benedict with Cashew Nut Crumb (which Alex had and enjoyed), but I was very pleased with my choice – I savoured every mouthful. Meanwhile Erin’s sweet tooth had gotten the better of her and she had the Homemade pancakes or waffles (v) Berry compote, maple syrup, whipped Crowdie. We also had sides of Sourdough Toast, Mushrooms with Tarragon Butter and Crispy Potatoes with Bacon and Shallots.
The third and final stage of this brunch feast is a visit to the dessert table where you can choose from a selection of expertly made cakes and pastries. My chocolate eclair was as good as any I’ve had at a patisserie.
A faultless dining experience from beginning to end!
Brunch is served 12-3pm Saturday and Sunday and is £28pp with a glass of prosecco (or you can switch to a soft drink if you’d prefer). They are about to update their menu to include a roast option, so keep an eye out for that. I thoroughly enjoyed our brunch and felt it would have been good value, if we hadn’t been invited as guests.
Find out more about brunch at Printing Press Bar & Kitchen here.