If you are looking for a restaurant to eat Sunday brunch at, check out Bonefish Grill! About a month ago I had the (delicious) opportunity to checkout the Brunch Menu at Bonefish Grill (on them!). Did you know that Bonefish had a Sunday Brunch Menu? I had no idea until recently, and I have to say, I’ll definitely be heading back soon.
If you follow my blog at any length, you know I’m a huge fan of Bonefish. I’m constantly posting about their specials, including the $5 Wednesday Bang Bang Shrimp (which recently went up to $6, bummer.) At any rate, I have to be honest with you – I wasn’t too sure about the Brunch for one reason….the menu item Bonefish wanted me to review was Bang Bang Shrimp Eggs Benedict.
Now you would think I would be all over this brunch choice because of my love for the Bang Bang Shrimp. However, one thing I don’t (normally) do is runny eggs. It’s been a very long time since I’ve had eggs benedict of any kind, so I must admit, I was nervous.
Well I’m here to report that there was nothing to be nervous about! I don’t know if it was the crispy shrimp, the buttery, toasty English muffin, or the spicy Hollandaise sauce, but whatever it was, the runny eggs were just an afterthought. 😉 And at only $9.90, it was a bargain in terms of normal Brunch prices at nicer restaurants around town.
(Bonefish Bang Bang Shrimp Eggs Benedict)
Hubby and I of course shared the Bang Bang Shrimp Eggs Benedict, and we didn’t stop there (hey, we had $50 to get through and at the Bonefish Brunch prices, we could score quite a bit of food!).
The next item we tested out was the Western Omelet. This omelet has turkey chorizo in it, and trust me when I tell you, you can’t miss it! Hubby and I like spicier foods, however, so it was all good for us. I will say this, if you have a sensitivity to spicy foods, then you might want to go for the California Omelet with its applewood bacon, cheddar cheese, and caramelized onions, or the Oscar, which has a unique blend of asparagus, crab, and smoked mozzarella.
(Bonefish Western Omelet w/ Potatoes Au Gratin)
Whatever your choice, you might want to ask for an extra helping of the Potatoes Au Gratin. Holy cow, those were good! Yes, we did get fruit with one of our dishes, but in hindsight, I would go cheesy potatoes in a heartbeat. Word to the wise. 😉
Hubby’s favorite was definitely the third item on our Bonefish Brunch list, the Creme Brûlée French Toast. I have to admit, it may have been my favorite too. 🙂 With perfectly toasted Grand Marnier bread, fresh mint, and strawberries, this was a sweet treat of indulgence. But what really made this dish was the sprinkle orange zest – yummo! Hubby was partial to the combination of bacon, syrup, and whip cream. Whatever your flavor, there is definitely something to really enjoy about this dish. 5 stars in my book!
(Bonefish Creme Brûlée French Toast)
As if the taste isn’t good enough for this brunch, what’s really great is the price. The french toast is the most expensive, coming in at $10.50, and the Omelets are all under $10. We found it to be a tremendous value for some excellent food!
I also should note that they have an Endless Bubbles Brunch for just $19.90, and this gives you your choice of Omelet, Brunch Favorite, or Eggs Benedict to go along with an endless supply of Bellinis, Mimosas, or Blackberry Sangrias. So at under $20, this option is sure to hit home with a few of you.
Not surprisingly, I loved my first Brunch at Bonefish, and can’t wait to go back! Bonefish’s Brunch hours run from 11-2 each Sunday. To see more about Bonefish Grill, check out their menu HERE.