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Say Bonjour to Brunch at Fish, Starting this Second Sunday!

09.28.15 | Menu Debuts

Fall has arrived, and what better way to celebrate the new season than an indulgent spin on Charleston’s favorite weekend occasion? Sunday Brunch at Fish kicks off this week on October 11, with a fun, French spin on traditional brunch fare. We cannot wait! No, really – Chef Nico Romo’s savory Sunday Brunch menu is just too good not to share. Let us show you what we mean:

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Sure, there’s eggs benedict… but without crispy pork belly smothered in sriracha hollandaise on a lightly fried steam bun, we ask: what have you been missing? Pair it with a Fish Bloody, spiked with a unique Asian twist and pickled vodka. Bonus: we like to think the delicate arugula salad means this plate is pretty much health food.

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Forget toast: Chef Nico’s French staple is the Foie Gras Monte Cristo. Thick slices of buttery brioche sandwich melty emmental cheese, Parisian ham and rich foie gras, topped with spicy fig marmalade.  It’s sweet. It’s savory. And totally decadent.

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Duck Merguez Hash is hearty with roasted peppers, onions, potatoes and a beautifully poached egg – perfect fuel for bottomless mimosas. Cheers!

brunch sundays at fish restaurant charleston sc

While we’re indulging, cozy up to seasonal sweets, like pumpkin mini waffles with pecans and sweet & sour pomegranate glaze. Fried steam buns dusted with powdered sugar are treats made for sharing (but no guarantees).

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Wake up with Sunday Brunch at Fish Restaurant this weekend, October 4, from 11am – 2pm. Reservations are not required, but save your seat on OpenTable and we’ll have the bubbles ready!

brunch sundays at fish restaurant charleston sc

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