Adsum Adds Brunch

Chorizo Corndogs at Adsum Brunch

Adsum will now be serving brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am till 3 pm.

Highlights include:

  • Cashew Granola Parfait with dried fruits, honey yoghurt and peach sorbet
  • “Bloody Mary” Gazpacho with fried oyster and horseradish whip
  • Smoked Sturgeon Lox with not-so-traditional garnishes
  • Chorizo Corndogs with fried hen eggs, black beans and cilantro crema
  • Wild Maine Blueberry Pancakes with pistachio-bourbon butter and cardamom ice cream
  • Heirloom Tomato Omelet with chimichurri and farmhouse cheddar

Brunch plates range  from $6 to $15.

Check the full menu and the smoked lox after the jump.

Smoked sturgeon lox, not so traditional garnishes

Adsum [Official Site]

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  • justSaying

    the food is not in the center of that plate and its driving me nuts. that plate is huge! with that said, i’m excited to try this place out. i can always use a brunch go-to.

  • http://foobooz Annonymous

    Looks god Matt

  • j

    fried “hen” eggs? are the eggs used for poaching and omlettes a different kind of egg? what is a hen egg?

  • D

    Hoping their brunch is better than their dinner…the food here is wildly overrated and just not very good.

  • salty1

    A hen Egg is not to be confused with a rooster egg!!!

  • JS

    It’s amazing what Queen Village yuppies will pay fifteen bucks for these days. Bleccch.

  • peter

    go eat your applebees

  • josh

    I’m not sure if this plate sat around for a while before it was photographed, but those eggs are getting crusty…

  • Meh-

    This place is the critics darling, but I’ve been there twice now and was not impressed. I will not be back, especially with For Pete’s Sake so close.