Forage – Breakfast
I’ve been meaning to visit Forage for a while but only recently dropped by for breakfast. Fortunately, street parking was free before 9am so I didn’t need to worry about being gouged for parking downtown.
The interior of this restaurant is filled with wood tones and black chairs/bench seating as well as a striped wall on one side of the restaurant and, inexplicably, statues of four red crouching men in the courtyard attached to the back of the restaurant. It was a bit spooky and just so random.
I started with a Hot Chocolate with whipped cream ($3) and chocolate drizzled on top. It reminded me of the one I had at Amber’s Choice in New West. My server also brought out some jam for my breakfast and salt and pepper in these neat containers.
For my breakfast I ordered the Two Rivers Sausage Hash with rye bread ($14). The hash came served in a cast iron skillet with 2 beautifully fried eggs on top. Underneath the eggs, there was roasted veggies (the potatoes were quite tender), chunks of thin sausage, and onions. I loved how the egg yolk was runny and coated everything underneath.
The jam was amazingly fresh and tasty… I know it’s just jam but… wow!
The breakfast was quite good and it wasn’t too busy when I visited on a weekday morning.
1300 Robson Street
Posted on March 13, 2014, in Breakfast, Canadian, Restaurant Review, West Coast and tagged Breakfast, Food, Hot Chocolate, restaurant review, Robson, Vancouver, West Coast. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.