Sunday, November 6, 2011
Tertullias is quiet early for Sunday brunch and I like it that way. The draw at Tertullia is the wood burning oven and having been to Spain several times, I was excited to try Seamus Mullen's latest Spanish endeavor. Brunch is a tad cheaper though not much.
Churros con choclate for $7 is a good place to start. Light, sugary donuts with rich chocolate though not as rich a sludge as you would find in Spain or at Dough doughnuts in Brooklyn. I ate the Desayuno Tertullia for $14 which was two poached eggs, housemade face bacon, crusty bread, crispy mini fries and Spanish style peppers. This is a homerun dish, with flavor all over the place.