The Bakehouse in Dundarave – Posh Smoked Salmon Brunch

We were up in the Dundarave area early one morning but had some trouble finding somewhere to eat.  We were originally going to try the Dundarave Fish Market but, when we walked in, they told us the restaurant side wasn’t open until 11am so we trodded back down the block to try out The Bakehouse in Dundarave again.

The last time we visited The Bakehouse we had some really good food so we figured we’d give it another try.  It was really busy on our last visit so we were pleasantly surprised to find it quiet when we arrived.

I decided to try the Posh Smoked Salmon Brunch which consisted of a generous portion of smoked salmon with the poached eggs served on top of brioche bread (instead of a traditional English muffin) and dressed with a tarragon and dill sauce.  The side accompaniments weren’t too shabby either – perfectly cooked potatoes that were crispy on the outside and soft on the inside and freshly baked and buttered multi-grain toast.

We also picked up The Farmhouse (something that we tried on our last visit)… eggs cooked to order, turkey sausage, roasted potatoes and multi-grain toast with tomato wedges and muffin.

Service seemed friendly than on our last visit – perhaps because it wasn’t as busy.  Still, don’t expect too much table service – napkins, utensils and water are located on one side of the  restaurant and jams are located where you pick up your food.

Food:  4 / 5
Service:  3.5 / 5

2453 Marine Drive
West Vancouver, BC

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Posted on March 27, 2012, in Bakery, Breakfast, Brunch, Restaurant Review and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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