Sly Granny, after wowing us all with its lunch and dinner menu, has now started off with her Breakfast Club, serving some classic and of course, some of her quirky breakfast dishes from 8:30 am to 11:30 am everyday.We started off with the Avocado Toast which was an open sandwich with mashed avocados flavored with lemon, olive oil and herbs served on a slice of toasted multigrain bread. The creamy avocados went really well with the crunch of the bread and the tangy lemon dressing. The toast was served along with a quenelle of goats cheese and a side of house salad which was nicely dressed.
The Veg Toasty Sandwich was nicely grilled and had a stuffing of basil pesto, sweet peppers and ricotta. Though the sandwich tasted nice, we would have preferred a bit more of the basil flavor to provide that freshness to the sandwich.The Eggs Benedict had perfectly poached eggs atop soft buttered brioche along with crispy bacon rashers and arugula leaves, topped with a lovely, creamy hollandaise sauce. The moment we put our forks through the poached eggs, we saw the golden yolk ooze out, and mix with the brioche and bacon. The side salad served alongside provided a nice fresh change to the creamy flavors of the dish.
Along with the eggs benedict, we also had their Grilled Chicken Sausages, which unlike most sausages, were not dry at all, and were really moist and juicy. They were stuffed with melted gooey cheese which oozed out with each bite we had.Next, we had the House Cured Salmon Bagel Sandwich, which was a stellar dish. It consisted of a well toasted bagel, coated with a flavorsome dill sauce, and topped with generous amounts of cured salmon and pickled shallots. The bagel sandwich was served with more of that lovely dill sauce, a quenelle of sour cream and some house salad. All the elements in the dish went really well together and the dish had a nice mix of flavors and textures.
Along with our meal, we also had a few of their signature tea and coffees. We went with the light and flavorsome saffron and rose tea, which was nice and delicate. The Ibrik, a medium roast Brazilian coffee mixed with cinnamon and made Turkish style on a hot plate, was a really robust and flavorsome shot of coffee. While the Spiced Chemex was a lighted coffee, filtered in a beaker using a light roast Ethiopian coffee and spice mix.We ended our lavish breakfast with their Raisin Bread French Toast. The bread was soft and flavorful, with a nice touch of cinnamon (though we would have preferred the cinnamon flavor to be more pronounced), and was served with honey and maple syrup. Though this was a nice French toast, if they would have served it with some whipped cream or fresh fruits, it would have made for a nice combination.
The service was excellent throughout- quick and attentive and extremely courteous. This is a wonderful place to have a lazy breakfast at!
Location: 4, Khan Market, New Delhi
Phone No.: 011 4905 8941