What I Ordered
- Smoked Salmon with Yoghurt and Honey
- Patatas Bravas
- Creamy Polenta with Breakfast Sausage and Fried Eggs
In Short: The brunch option for this restaurant is a good way to have a great meal for less than the dinner price. The food is delicious and plenty filling despite it being tapas style. Also, the atmosphere is warm thanks to wood furniture and soft lighting.
Review By: Molly Ambler –
I had wanted to visit Estadio for quite awhile, but the dinner menu had seemed a bit expensive considering the food is tapas style. Luckily my friend had the great idea to try it out for brunch, which is a more affordable option.
We started out by ordering grilled bread slathered with tart yoghurt, draped with smoked salmon and drizzled with honey. It reminded me of an elevated version of a bagel with lox and cream cheese. However, it was much lighter and delicate.
For my main course, I ordered creamy polenta with breakfast sausage and fried eggs. The polenta base was smooth and soft, and it was a nice pairing for the saltiness of the breakfast sausage and the richness of the fried eggs. The dish as a whole was very decadent which I didn’t mind at all, and I had no problem finishing it off.
Just to ensure we would be absolutely stuffed by the end of the meal, we ordered the patatas bravas which were smothered in spicy tomato sauce and doused with a mayonnaise garlic sauce. I am fairly certain the potatoes were cooked in the deep fryer which made them that much more enjoyable.
I thought that checking this place out for brunch instead of dinner was a great way to have a delicious meal for a little less. The food is delicious and plenty filling despite it being tapas style.
Make a reservation at Estadio.