Monday, September 3, 2012

Braamfies brunching at Narina Trogon

Walking into Narina Trogon, on De Korte street Braamfontein, reminds me of a couple of New York spots, it's Ze Cafe meets The CoOp I kid you not! Beautiful and serene with calming pastels.

Narina Trogon is pin drop quiet inside on a Saturday morning, with one waitress on hand which is ample. The lack of patrons did not put us off. We, a few of the Love World Tour-ists, started with fresh squeezed juices, all with a helping of ginger to ward off the change of season flu. Think apple pear ginger or apple carrot ginger combos.

The portions are pretty and petite, which big burly gents might object to. But for a ladies brunch the portions were perfect.
English breakfast
Can't go wrong with the fry up well scramble up.

French toast
My french toast was a tad disappointing, it had not been soaked in the cinnamon egg mixture long enough. Although the caramelised banana was wonderful slightly soft and not overly sweet followed by almond flake crunch.

Eggs Florentine
As pretty as the eggs florentine are, they are visually delectable with a perfect poach but the bright hollandaise was average on taste.

I love Narina Trogon's serenity, so I will be back to try the fishcakes at least.

Narina Trogon
81 De Korte Street

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