Sadly, 73 Brunch Cafe has close. There is now a Subway (sandwich) in this location.
Here we are for the 152nd episode of Travel Photo Thursday. Old man winter arrived in Daejeon this with a bit of the fluffy stuff, blustery winds, and temps that chill the bones. This had me traveling close to home seeking out some good western comfort food. Restaurants here in Daejeon serving western fare often tend to be over rated,underwhelming, and nasty on the wallet. However, sometimes there are hidden gems to be found. One such gem is 73 Brunch Cafe in Daejeon’s trendy Dunsan-Dong. Come with me for a short tour and a plate of my favorite comfort food.
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I love the entrance with the bright red rails, and you can browse their extensive menu at your leisure. Although, this week I was not into standing outside. I hustled inside to find some warmth!
Love the art work!
The comfort food choices here are outstanding, and making a decision wasn’t easy…club sandwich, bangars and mash…mmmm. I finally settled on the eggs benedict, which I indulged in on a previous visit. Call me a creature of habit, but it was just so over the top delicous! Look at those perfectly shaped eggs! I didn’t remember that little detail.
The thing is, not only were they perfectly shaped, they were cooked to perfection. The side salad, drizzled with a tangy balsamic dressing, finished the plate off nicely. Trust me, I savored every bite. At just over $10.00, the price was reasonable.
An added bonus was the friendly English speaking staff!
I didn’t go here with the intention of posting a blog, so I forgot to get the hours, etc. What a great reason to go back!:)
The restaurant opens for lunch (approximately 11:30am) and dinner. Prices range between six and twelve dollars. Beer is available. I didn’t notice wine on the menu. To get there, find the landmark Galleria Department Store in Dunsan Dong. Walk up the side street about a block (Galleria will be on your right). You can’t miss the bright red facade on your left.
What’s your favorite comfort food when you travel?
This is the 152nd edition of Travel Photo Thursday. You can browse the archives here.