Weekend Brunch at Firebrand Artisan Breads


The most amazing brunch menu

During the rest of the week, while the menu is full of tasty dishes, the choice is somewhat limited. But, visit Firebrand Artisan Breads on a weekend, either Saturday or Sunday between 8:00am and 2:00pm and you’re in for a real treat, as this is when the Weekend Brunch menu becomes available and it’s packed full of fresh, tasty treats.

All the sandwiches are served with potatoes or side salad, you choose which you fancy, or if you’d like to sample the Pick De Gallo Potatoes, you can have those instead for a small additional charge. All egg dishes are available with your choice of poached egg or fully cooked egg.


Some of the dishes on the Firebrand Artisan Breads Brunch Menu

The brunch menu is just too extensive to list in detail everything on offer here, but here are some choice selections to get your mouth watering, ready for your next visit to Firebrand Artisan Breads.

How about Churro French Toast? This sweet dish is truly divine. Cinnamon sugar fried pain au lait, served with Mexican hot chocolate sauce and fresh strawberries. This is a real hit with the youngsters!

Then there’s the avocado toast. The name may not sound all that awe inspiring, but do give it a try, there’s far more to it than just avocado and toast! It’s served on their own home made toasted ciabatta, and as well as avocado, you get pickled red onion, hard boiled egg, bagel spice, toasted sunflower seeds and sunflower sprouts. It’s the perfect brunch for vegetarians.

Want to keep it simple? The almond butter toast with blackberry jam is the perfect comfort food brunch. You’ll never have tasted toast and jam quite like this! The almond butter, the blackberry jam, and of course the bread is all home made on the premises. It’s served with a little honey and Maldon salt and walnut wheat bread.

If you have a sweet tooth, then you’ve certainly enjoy the Nutella French Toast. This pain au lait is stuffed with bananas, Nutella, whipped cream, maple syrup, fruit can candied maple bacon!